BBC Sport - Sally Munday: England women review will be private

Munday: England review will be private

England Hockey chief executive Sally Munday tells BBC London the review into the England women's team's disappointing performance at the World Cup will happen privately, in order to allow players and staff to speak freely.

England were among the pre-tournament favourites but lost their first four games and eventually finished 11th.

Meanwhile Munday thinks the men's side performed above expectations and "are in a building phase".

However she says the fact Argentina fielded a 12th man during their bronze-medal match, which England lost 2-0, was "tough" to handle.