Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder.

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England's women celebrate after their 3rd place play-off win against Germany

Women's World Cup 2015: England take third place as they beat Germay in extra time with penalty by Fara Williams

Mark Sampson’s team showed how much they have grown as they took Germany into extra time and then won with a penalty - before it could go to penalties

England coach Mark Sampson consoles a tearful Laura Bassett, centre, after their semi-final defeat to Japan

Women's World Cup 2015: Sampson backs his team to be up for 'European final' against Germany

Germany are the greatest team in history of women’s football

England endured their third tear-jerker of a semi-final on Wednesday night when Laura Bassett suffered her own-goal heartache

Women's World Cup 2015: Super League crowds must grow for England's heroics in Canada to be true turning point

Gates have risen significantly in the last two years, but the average is 892 in the first division and 326 in the second

Mark Sampson, the England manager, fully backed his team

Women's World Cup 2015: Our sense of pride is just as good as a medal, says England coach Mark Sampson

'They have inspired a nation and deserve to go home as heroes,' says Sampson of his players following heartbreaking semi-final defeat to Japan

Laura Bassett after her own goal cost England women a chance to play in the World Cup final

Japan vs England match report: Laura Bassett's own goal sees Lionesses cruelly defeated in Women's World Cup semi-final

Japan 2 England 1: Reigning champions set up showdown with United States in a repeat of 2011 final

Jodie Taylor is congratulated by her England teammates after scoring against Canada

Women's World Cup 2015: How England's semi-final success could do wonders for both sexes

A month ago only the committed knew the women were playing - now they are the talk of social media and on the front pages of newspapers

Wimbledon 2015: Former junior world No 1 Borna Coric hoping to make the same level on the senior circuit

Coric won first Wimbledon match against Sergiy Stakhovsky

Wimbledon 2015: Tommy Haas back on a high – but not Janko Tipsarevic

Haas had benign tumours on his left heel

Wimbledon 2015: Kei Nishikori struggles to five-set win over Simone Bolelli

Nishikori won 6-3 6-7 6-2 3-6 6-3

Lucy Bronze's effort crosses the line

Women's World Cup 2015: Lucy Bronze finish puts a shine on Taylor-made England progress

A history-making semi-final against holders Japan is the reward for ousting hosts Canada

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