sport news USA goalkeeper rejects Phil Neville's claims they breached etiquette

'That has nothing to do with the game': USA goalkeeper Alyssa Naeher rejects Phil Neville's claims they breached etiquette by scouting out England's hotel as tensions mount ahead of Women's World Cup semi-final Alyssa Naeher denied claims by Phil Neville that they had breached etiquette The US sent two members to scout England's hotel in case they reach the final Neville suggested USA coach Jill Ellis should launch her own investigation Goalkeeper Naeher insisted the situation had nothing to do with the semi-final 

By Ian Herbert For Mailonline

Published: 12:50 BST, 1 July 2019 | Updated: 12:50 BST, 1 July 2019

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The United States rejected England manager Phil Neville's claims that they had breached etiquette in the World Cup Spygate controversy, insisting that they were perfectly entitled to look around the opposition's hotel while the team were occupying it.

Neville was clearly indignant about the way the US sent two members of staff to scout the five-star Fourviere Hotel in Lyon as a possible place to stay before the World Cup final.

He suggested USA coach Jill Ellis should launch an investigation. The Americans

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