Glenn Moore

Glenn Moore is Football Editor for The Independent and a Uefa B licence holder. Glenn has worked for the Independent newspapers since 1993, initially as cricket correspondent of the Independent on Sunday, subsequently as football correspondent of The Independent before becoming football editor in 2004.

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Anja Mittag has already struck five goals for Germany at the World Cup in Canada

Women's World Cup 2015: Rise of the French threatens to upset Germany

Their quarter-final  is a clash of an established European power against the coming one

Alex Morgan made her first start in the tournament against Colombia on Monday, scoring her 52nd goal in 87 games

Women's World Cup 2015: Alex Morgan has the world at her feet

The United States take on China buoyed by the return from injury of the biggest superstar in the women’s game. Glenn Moore profiles the $3m-a-year golden girl who carries American hopes

Anja Mittag
England manager Mark Sampson’s approach thus far has been cautious

Women's World Cup 2015: England coach Mark Sampson needs to be bolder for last eight

The Lionesses have only matched the performances of the teams Hope Powell coached in 2007 and 2011 at this tournament

Lucy Bronze, left, celebrates with Jordan Nobbs after scoring England's second (and ultimately decisive) goal (Getty)

England 2 Norway 1 Women's World Cup 2015: History as England win first knock-out match

Now a quarter-final against hosts Canada awaits them on Saturday night

Mark Sampson has quickly won the faith of his squad and wants the players to “lead the team”

Women's World Cup 2015: Mark Sampson the strong man hoping to continue his steep learning curve

New manager believes England’s flexibility and element of surprise will see off Norway in tomorrow’s last-16 tie

Women's World Cup 2015: John Herdman mentality is driving Canada

Burning ambition has taken the former Sunderland youth coach around the world to showcase his coaching skills. Glenn Moore reports on the man giving the World Cup hosts new belief

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Women's World Cup 2015: Karen Carney and Fara Williams ease England into last 16

England 2 Colombia 1: Victory sets up clash with Norway for Lionesses

An exultant Fran Kirby wheels away in celebration after scoring England’s opening goal

England vs Mexico: Mark Sampson's strength of faith in Fran Kirby pays dividends in World Cup

Kirby's 70th-minute goal ended an England goal drought stretching back five-and-a-half hours' play

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