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England’s Lionesses squeeze back into school uniforms for BBC Children In Need



ENGLAND’S Lionesses squeeze into some old kit for BBC Children In Need.

Footie stars Demi Stokes, 31, Leah Williamson, 26, and Chloe Kelly, 25, recreated their school days in clothes like their old uniforms.

Chloe Kelly in her school uniform for Children In Need

The trio also wore Pudsey Bear lapel pins to mark the TV fundraiser, which is held next month.

Earlier this month England’s Lionesses were understood to be seeking around £100,000 each in bonuses had they won the World Cup Down Under.

After losing 1-0 to Spain in the final, they were willing to accept half that amount.


According to the Mail, players were set for “crunch talks” with FA chiefs.

They claim that players are “aware” of their possible actions and could choose to press on with the “nuclear option” of ceasing all commercial work for the FA.

It’s even claimed that they could refuse to play until a resolution is reached, although this option has “not yet been directly suggested”.

England’s pay from the FA is currently negotiated before or after each tournament – although players want more “clarity” moving forward.

This cash pot comes from prize money and commercial revenue received by the FA for the players’ performances.

Prior to the women’s World Cup, the FA imposed commercial restrictions on their own players.

This was because chiefs were concerned that individual player deals could upset their own.

Demi Stokes in her school uniform for Children In Need

Source: The Sun

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