With 93 international caps, Sue Smith picked out her England Women’s team of the decade from a talented crop of players. The former forward played for Tranmere Rovers, Leeds United and Doncaster Rovers Belles, and was one of the first players to be given a central contract by the Football Association in May 2009.A defining decade for women’s footballNOW TV Sky Sports Month Pass for just £16.99Watch Sky Sports now from £18 a monthHaving scored 16 goals in her international career, Sky Sports pundit Smith has picked her best England Women XI from the last 10 years… GoalkeeperKaren Bardsley is my goalkeeper. She had to fight for the No 1 shirt once she got it and when she is fit, she will start! She is the ultimate professional who works so hard, an athlete, a presence and great communicatorDefence Rachel Unitt is a main stay at full-back and earned over 100 England caps. She can read the game so well, she is great on the ball and has an excellent left foot. She is a creative as well as a tough defender.At centre-back, it has to be Steph Houghton. She is the England captain now and it is well deserved…. Read full this story
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