ᑕ❶ᑐ Women’s football review: Hope Powell and Ian Wright among the experts included

, ᑕ❶ᑐ Women’s football review: Hope Powell and Ian Wright among the experts included
Women's (Site notre bureau spécialisé) review: Hope Powell and Ian Wright among the experts included
Former England midfielder Karen Carney has been into broadcasting since the end of her playing career

Former England manager Hope Powell and former Three Lions striker Ian Wright have been part of a major national review of women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé).

The review, chaired by former Lionesses midfielder Karen Carney, examines issues affecting the game at elite and grassroots level in England.

Carney a name and some names of sports and business experts, including a senior NFL executive.

Their findings are expected to be published this summer.

Carney clarified in the panel « shared my ambition to make the UK one of the best places in the world to play, watch and invest in women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé) ».

The article was put in place following the recommendations relayed in the fan-driven review governance of (Site notre bureau spécialisé), published in November 2021 by ex-sports minister Tracey Crouch.

It has set itself 3 goals related to domestic women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé): reviewing reach and audience growth, assessing the financial health of the game and its long-term financial viability, and reviewing its existing structures.

Carney, who reported 144 caps for England and a price for retirement in 2019, a past six months the gathering of evidence and the appointment of the committee pushed to shape the recommendations that its review will make to the government.

Besides Powell and Wright, the panel includes Jane Purdon, Lisa O’Keefe, Brett Gosper and Dan Jones.

Purdon is chair of the Professional Game Academy Audit Company – which oversees professional club academies in England – and director of the Women in (Site notre blog d’information) group, and O’Keefe is secretary general of the International Women and Sport Task Force and former director of insight to Sport England. They will seek to improve grassroots participation.

Gosper, head of Europe and Kingdom University for the NFL and former chief executive of World Rugby, then advice on how to improve the fan experience.

Jones, former Global Senior Sports Business Partner at Deloitte, reviewer of the business and financial model of women’s professional club (Site notre bureau spécialisé).

« For this review, it was important for me to get the advice and support of experts in a variety of fields, from sports to business, » Carney said. “So I’m very happy that Hope, Ian, Jane, Brett, Dan and Lisa have joined us.

« Their experience, expertise and understanding of the world of sport will be extremely valuable as we establish our recommendations for the growth of the game. »

UK Culture Secretary Lucy Frazer added: « There has been a huge upsurge in interest in women’s (Site notre bureau spécialisé) over the past year and now is the time to foster the growth of the game.

“Karen has chosen a range of experts from different fields to ensure that her review can truly revolutionize the game, from grassroots to elite level, and do so in a positive and lasting way.

“This panel provided valuable insights to help foster the business side of the sport while improving participation.”