Glenn Moore

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

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Veronica Perez celebrates after scoring for Mexico in their 1-1 draw with Colombia in their World Cup opener. The Mexicans take on England tonight

Women's World Cup 2015: Mark Sampson puts substance over style as England need points

England take on Mexico on Saturday night

Norway celebrate Maren Mjelde's equaliser against Germany

Women's World Cup 2015: Germany vs Norway match report - Favourites held as Maren Mjelde secures deserved point

Germany 1 Norway 1: Anja Mittag put Germany ahead early only for Mjele's superb free-kick to level it up

Laura Bassett is elbowed in the face by France's Camille Abily

Women's World Cup 2015: Laura Bassett shrugs off unpunished flying elbow by France’s Camille Abily

The vivid black eye she is sporting as she says it suggests few would have blamed the England defender if she had stayed down

Women's World Cup: What have we learnt from first round of World Cup matches?

Glenn Moore looks at a week of action in Canada

Women's World Cup: Lucy Bronze still shines when out of place for England

'We’ve no points on the board but we know two wins out of two and we are qualified, so it is fine'

Eugenie Le Sommer is congratuled by Gaetane Thiney after scoring the winner

Women's World Cup 2015 - England vs France match report: England frailties exposed again by dominant French

France 1 England 0: All the old ills of English football (of both sexes) were on display in this far from encouraging performance

Mark Sampson shares a joke with his England team in training ahead of the World Cup

Women's World Cup 2015: Mark Sampson seizes his chance to shine as England get ready for opening match

The England manager knew he would not make it as a player by the age of 12 so threw his energy into coaching. Two decades on, he is at a World Cup and tells glenn moore all the hard work in the non-league game has paid off

England are outsiders but could benefit by the Women's World Cup expansion

Women's World Cup 2015: England face daunting start against old foe

Unusually for a tournament the match is about performance as much as result

Jill Scott in action for England
Germany celebrate after Alexandre Popp scores against the Ivory Coast

Women's World Cup 2015: Ivory Coast find 'positive points' after being thrashed 10-0 by Germany

Embarrassing result on Day 2 of the tournament

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