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England Women reach agreement with FA over pay and bonuses to end ongoing dispute | Football News


England captain Millie Bright says the Lionesses have reached an agreement with the FA over pay and bonuses, bringing an end to their ongoing dispute.

The rift dominated the build-up to England’s World Cup campaign this summer but has been ended ahead of the Nations League fixtures, starting with the visit of Scotland to the Stadium of Light in Sunderland on Friday.

The Lionesses and the FA paused negotiations during the World Cup but frustration remained amongst the squad following the tournament in Australia and New Zealand, which saw England lose to Spain in the final.

The players were adamant they should be rewarded for their achievements directly from FA coffers, rather than just the FIFA bonus payments that were laid out before the World Cup.

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