The Mailbox wants to know what's next? Also: escalating fees, what makes a winner, Lamps, and Jesus...
Lucy Bronze was superb - but another Lioness took the top mark after a fabulous World Cup...
A penalty awarded by VAR put reigning holders USA on the road to their fourth World Cup triumph...
Phil Neville explains why he's 'annoyed' by being told that England's women have inspired a nation...
Lucy Bronze has emphasised England's desire to finish their World Cup campaign on a high.
The England women have equality; they too get a Mailbox full of sobbing fans...
England boss Phil Neville hailed his players for having "given it our absolute all" at the Women's World Cup.
There are England fans in France who are enjoying a wonderful tournament away from the idiots.
The England boss laughed off the apparent 'reconnaissance mission' from the USA camp.
England Women head coach Phil Neville wants his side to "develop the serial winner mentality".
REVEALED: It was the men that won it. Plus, the MEN are definitely not panicking about AWB. Oh no.
The Mailbox features plenty of reaction to the Lionesses reaching the semis. Is Mbappe to Liverpool that daft?
And Lucy Bronze gets a 10. We suspect Man Utd should have bought her instead of AWB.
Phil Neville can see in his England players' eyes that they are relishing the prospect of their WWC quarter-final.
The absence of context and narrative is a great virtue. Is this the final trace of football without tribalism?
Holland boss Sarina Wiegman has called on her players to continue writing history.
"I hope it will be a big spectacle and it's incredible for the women's game," said Megan Rapinoe.
Sweden goalkeeper Hedvig Lindahl was giddy after a spot-kick save in 1-0 win.
Lucy Bronze has stressed England's desire to "push on the women's game" after their clash with Cameroon.
"We continued playing for our country despite the referee doing her dirty work."
"They probably knew we were going to be technically too good for them, so..."
Follow all the action live as England take on Cameroon in the last 16 of the Women's World Cup...
This week's hero is an Australian with a potty mouth.
England will face Cameroon in the last 16 of the Women's World Cup in France.
Scotland coach Shelley Kerr claimed refereeing decisions went against her side.
Phil Neville said England were "ready to attack the business end" of the Women's World Cup.
Brazil forward Marta hopes her record 17th goal in the World Cup finals raises the profile of the sport.
Wendie Renard had to take her penalty twice. And now thinks France can 'ride a wave'.
We don't care if you aren't watching it. We don't care about your weird psychological need to denigrate women...
Sweden were happy to score goals and advance; Thailand were just happy to have scored a goal.
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