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Le leonesse hanno strappato "così vicine eppure così lontane".’ sceneggiatura che ha afflitto il calcio inglese

Kelly’s heroes

EVERYONE seems to know the score. But we’ve not seen this before.

By winning their first major trophy in last night’s thrilling Euros final at Wembley, our all-conquering Lionesses not only ripped up the “so near yet so far” script that has bedevilled English football for 56 anni.

The Lionesses ripped up the 'so near yet so far' script and won their first major trophy

The Lionesses ripped up the ‘so near yet so farscript and won their first major trophyCredito: EPA

They also capped a game-changing tournament for women’s football in this country.

If you had predicted even a few years ago that our Lionesses would be able to set a record crowd for any Euros game — men’s or women’s — of 87,192, you would likely have been laughed out of town.

And even former cynics have been swept up by the quality of football on display now the team are full-time pros.

As for the final itself, the scars of previous defeats by Germany for the Lionesses and Three Lions alike meant last night was never likely to be less than nerve-jangling.


Latest reaction as Lionesses epic win in historic Wembley Euro final


Latest reaction as Lionesses epic win in historic Wembley Euro final

Even after the opposition lost their star striker to injury in the warm-up, even after Ella Toone’s classy lob put England ahead, the millions watching feared dreaded penalties were inevitable, especially after Germany equalised.

Thankfully our dauntless stars and their steely Dutch manager Sarina Wiegman held their nerve rather better.

As for the moment when supersub Chloe Kelly wildly celebrated her late goal to break Tedesco hearts and inspire a new generation of players, there’s only one word for it.


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I will put restoring Britain's high streets at the heart of my leadership


I will put restoring Britain’s high streets at the heart of my leadership

Living dread

WE’RE all fed up with hearing the phrase “cost-of-living crisis” but — like it or not — the reality is shuffling ever nearer, like a horror film zombie.

Those whose fixed-rate mortgages have recently ended, or whose energy tariffs are rocketing, have already felt the first clammy hand on their neck.

Con il limite del prezzo dell'energia set to go up by ANOTHER 78 per cent in October and inflazione mordere, over half the public now expect riots this winter.

Over a month is left of an increasingly fractious battle to be PM, ma Liz Truss e Rishi Sunak should remember they share the end goal of curbing inflation, boosting growth and lowering taxes.

It’s just the order they pointedly disagree on.

Whoever wins must hope a despairing public can keep patient long enough for them to bolster the support package.

Special farces

THE SAS are famously trained to navigate any terrain to complete their mission.

So it says a lot about the utter chaos of this summer’s rail strikes that even our intrepid heroes were forced to delay a 75-year anniversary celebration.

Se SAS autore Andy McNab is moved to turn the veterans’ latest struggle into a novel, we’ve got the title sorted for him:
Bravo Tube Zero.