Neville: Menstrual cycle no longer taboo for England

Phil Neville has identified the progress that the England set-up has made around the menstrual cycle as the key development during his reign as head coach, with the subject no longer taboo among the national team. The former Manchester United and Everton defender, who last month revealed he would leave his role with the national team in July next year, said the Football Association is already developing just such a model. Watch: Scott sad to see 'positive' Neville go (Sky Sports) This includes anterior cruciate ligament injuries, which spiked across the country’s elite two tiers of the women’s game before the coronavirus pandemic ended both seasons in March. Research has suggested women are up to eight times more likely than males to sustain the knee injury, in part due to hormonal fluctuations during the menstrual cycle.