England are one win away from lifting a trophy at a major tournament. Victory will change the lives of the players forever as they experience a feeling unlike any other. Sir Geoff Hurst, Charlotte Edwards, Maggie Alphonsi, Will Greenwood and Liam Plunkett tell Telegraph Sport what it really means to lift silverware for your country and how their lives changed afterwards. Sir Geoff Hurst Won the 1966 men’s football World Cup, scoring a hat-trick in the final What are the keys to winning a major final? There is no one thing – in 1966 we prepared for the final in exactly the same way we did for every other match – but it’s a gradual process over a period of years. For Sir Alf Ramsey it was a process over three years of collecting and honing and moving people out who don’t want to be part of it. But on top of all that, of course, you do need an element of luck, which you can never prepare for. During this tournament there have been some striking examples of luck, one way or another. What does it feel like to lift a major trophy for England? It’s not just the… Read full this story
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