Sarina Wiegman’s battle to get better from Covid in time for the Lionesses’ big quarter-final conflict with Spain to go all the way down to the wire with doubts over whether or not the coach will be capable of journey to Brighton along with her gamers
- Supervisor was struck down with Covid final week and faces a race to get better
- Sarina Wiegman will conduct her pre-match press convention remotely
- Lauren Hemp says it’s irritating however such eventualities have been practised
England supervisor Sarina Wiegman’s battle to get better from Covid in time for Wednesday’s quarter-final with Spain is ready to go all the way down to the wire.
The Lionesses squad will journey to Brighton on Tuesday however there’s doubt over whether or not Wiegman will be capable of make the journey along with her gamers.
The supervisor will conduct her pre-match press convention remotely from the group’s lodge.
Coach Sarina Wiegman (pictured) faces a race to get better in time from Covid in time for Spain
‘It’s been completely different,’ mentioned England winger Lauren Hemp.
‘It’s irritating however we’ve practised these eventualities for thus lengthy and what would occur.
‘She’s nonetheless concerned in classes remotely. We’ve nonetheless acquired incredible technical employees who’ve carried on supporting us. She’s nonetheless there and nonetheless supporting us.’
Wiegman’s assistant Arjan Veurink took cost of the group in opposition to Northern Eire on Friday and is primed to be again within the dugout tomorrow, ought to he be wanted.
Arjan Veurink took cost of the sport in opposition to Northern Eire which England gained comfortably
In the meantime, England have made alterations to their coaching to cope with the intense warmth.
Periods have been going down earlier within the morning and gamers have been supplied with ice jackets to maintain cool. ‘It’s been a nightmare,’ Hemp admitted. ‘We were up early this morning to get training done because it’s so scorching. It’s one thing we are able to’t management.’