England manager, Sarina Wiegman wins Uefa women's Coach of the Year

England manager, Sarina Wiegman wins Uefa women’s Coach of the Year

After guiding the Lionesses to a historic triumph at the Euros, Sarina Wiegman, the manager of England, was named the women’s Uefa Coach of the Year 2021–22.

Karim Benzema, a striker for Real Madrid, received the male Player of the Year title after winning both the La Liga and Champions League last season.

Coach of the Year for men was his boss Carlo Ancelotti.

For the second year in a row, Barcelona captain Alexia Putellas won the title of female player of the year.

Wiegman won the women’s Coach of the Year award after leading England to their first significant tournament victory since the 1966 men’s World Cup. Wiegman defeated Germany coach Martina Voss-Tecklenburg and Lyon manager Sonia Bompastor, who led the French team to their eighth Champions League title.

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Since I joined the team in September, things have been organized and operating smoothly, Wiegman stated in response to receiving the honor.

“We truly loved it and gave it our best effort.

“We are now looking forward once more. Hopefully, we’ll be able to qualify for the World Cup, and when we go the following year, we’ll attempt to play better, do better, and, of course, have fun.

More will come.

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