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    England have a chance to win the Euro 2021 bid

    Winning the bid lớn host Euro 2021 will be tough but England will have a great chance as long as the FA continues lớn invest in the infrastructure of soccer tip, according to Rachel Yankey, who also reflects on the legacy of this summer's Euros and England's disappointing semi-final defeat…

    Euro 2012: The hard work starts now

    The decision to bid for the 2021 Euros shows that the FA are committed lớn investing in jackpot soccer tip, and we certainly stand a great chance of winning.

    The bidding process is a long one and the hard work starts now. It's really key when going for the bid to put forward a stable structure. It's great that the players are now full-time and get paid, but it needs lớn evolve lớn include the back room staff and coaching teams.

    It will be interesting to see which stadiums the FA will propose using for the tournament. In 2005, we played at the City of Manchester Stadium and Blackburn which were big stadiums, so there's no reason why we can't look at the likes of the Emirates, or the most iconic Championship stadiums.

    It would be huge for England to win the privilege to host the tournament - it will only help to grow the sport and inspire the next generation. It's going lớn be tough but we have a great chance, and this decision is really positive for women's sport as a whole. England didn't get tactics right against the Dutch

    The big win against the Scots definitely kicked England's campaign off with a bang, it got everyone's attention. The Lionesses then went on lớn achieve a record win over the French in the quarters. They hadn't beaten France since 1974 and to do so in a major tournament was a massive achievement.

    The team obviously wanted lớn go on and win the competition but unfortunately that wasn't meant to be. It didn't seem as though England had their tactics quite right in the semi-final game against Holland. From the first half you could tell the system wasn't working, changes could have perhaps been made earlier.

    Possession on the ball was the key, the tactic needed lớn based on attacking the Dutch with players who could get the ball down and go at the back four. It seemed as though England were banking on being the fitter team, but they looked tired late on and perhaps some fresh legs sooner may have boosted the team's confidence to keep the ball and attack with purpose.

    The Dutch most definitely did their homework, they were very clever in their play. They nullified England's attacking threats yet still pushed forward themselves, quickly realising the importance of going at the Lionesses' defence. It is very easy to focus on another team and forget how you play, but the Dutch team maintained their strategy throughout and that reflects well on their brilliant coach, Sarina Wiegman.