I had miscarriage day after netball Commonwealth gold – Neville

I be wild about constituents, because they are magnificent.

Media playback is not supported on this device

Netball: Tracey Neville had miscarriage day after England Commonwealth goldTracey Neville has revealed she suffered a miscarriage a day after leading England to netball Commonwealth gold.Neville, who recently announced she is expecting a child with partner Michael Timmins, coached the Roses to their first major title on the Gold Coast in April 2018.”I had a miscarriage and then I went into a three-hour media fest to celebrate what is something that I’d been waiting something like 30 years for,” 42-year-old Neville recalls in an interview with BBC Breakfast.”You think to yourself: ‘This can’t be right.’ You see other ladies who have been through traumatic situations take time off work, but I just wasn’t willing to do that.”This was my family, this was my commitment. I didn’t want to miss this journey that the Roses were on because, in a way – and it’s awful to say – the Roses were my priority.”In a wide-ranging interview, Neville also discussed the stigma of being an older mum, the support of her high-profile family, a possible return to coaching England and her faith in successor Jess Thirlby.

Tracey Neville (front centre) celebrates with the England Netball team after winning Commonwealth goldNeville decides it is time to put family firstNeville announced she would be leaving as head coa

This is the smart plugin ever%sentence_ending

Copyright for syndicated content belongs to the Linked Source