‘I will not retire until I win a World Cup, a European Championship or some Games’

Lucy
Bronze (29), one of the stars of the selection
english and player of the Manchester
City who in December 202 was proclaimed Best Player in the World by FIFA, has shown her tremendous ambition in an interview on the BBC in which she says that she does not have enough with all the titles she has won at club level but that she aspires to win something big with England, who now face the Games in Tokyo. “They ask me a lot, ‘what motivates you now that you’ve won it all?’ But I haven’t won it all,” he recalls.

“I have not won the gold medal, the World Cup or the European Championship. I am dying to get my hands on world success at the highest level and will not retire until I get my hands on it, unless my body gives up. They will have to take me off the field in the end. I have always said that I want to win a trophy or a gold medal with the national team and Great Britain is the perfect opportunity to do so. “

Bronze, who has won titles with Liverpool, Manchester City and Lyon, was also part of the England that won the 2019 SheBelieves Cup with 15 of the 18 players who have come to Tokyo from the French team. “The pressure will come from ourselves. We want to get on the podium and win the gold because we have the players and the quality to do it. Because of the talent we have, there is no reason why we cannot beat any team ”.