At home, England went all the way, beating Germany 2-1 in extra time in the final at Wembley Stadium.
It was England’s first major trophy since winning the World Cup in 1966, ending 56 years of injury.
Wegman’s ability to manage throughout the victory was not overlooked. The 52-year-old led her native Netherlands to the same trophy five years ago and has replicated the achievement in just ten months of her tenure with England.
She helped build an incredible team spirit and work ethic, and proved tactically savvy and implemented an attractive play style.
Wigman has proven to be particularly savvy when it comes to substitutions and does everything calmly.
“One hundred percent,” Bent replied to a caller on the phone talk movement When asked if Wegman is capable of coaching in the Championship or the Premier League.
“At some stage, she’s going to do it in a certain capacity. It’s not just her. People talk about Emma Hayes. If we continue to see the emergence of the women’s game develop that way – obviously we’ve just watched By the time England has won the Euro, she will get her chance at some stage.”
✅ “Can Sarina coach in the Championship or Premier League? 100%.”
👏 “Not just her, but also Emma Hayes!”
Darren Bent thinks Salina Wegman can play in men’s game in the future pic.twitter.com/DJmZ6hWHJq
—talkSPORT (@talkSPORT) August 1, 2022
Hayes, who won five WSL titles at Chelsea, has been linked with AFC Wimbledon in February 2021, but he has strongly denied the speculation.