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England make seven changes
 Women's Football News 7 Sep 2015
England head coach Mark Sampson has made seven changes to his World Cup squad for their opening Euro 2017 qualifier against Estonia. 
Manchester City's Isobel Christiansen gets her first senior call up, while there are returns to the squad for Jess Clarke, Demi Stokes, Amy Turner and Gemma Davison.
Gilly Flaherty receives a much anticipated call up and Danielle Carter has also been included, each for the second time. However there is no place for WSL leading goalscorer Beth Mead or in-form striker Natasha Dowie.
Fara Williams and Jade Moore have been left out due to injury, while Jordan Nobbs, Katie Chapman, Karen Carney and Portland Thorns duo Lianne Sanderson and Jodie Taylor have been rested for this squad.
Players from four of the WSL 1 clubs make up virtually the whole squad, with Birmingham City midfielder Jo Potter being the only exception.
England will take on Estonia in Tallinn on Monday 21st September (KO 5pm BST), as they get their UEFA Women's EURO 2017 qualifying campaign under way. It is the Lionesses' first match since they finished third at this summer's showpiece in Canada, their best ever finish.
Sampson explained: "It's important that we keep building on the momentum from the World Cup and keep improving.
"Our ambition is to continue to grow as a team over the course of the qualification process and the match with Estonia signifies not the start of our journey but the next stage in the group's journey.
"With the limited rest period for some players following the World Cup, there are some of the tournament squad who have yet to recover fully from injuries they sustained over the course of the season.
"Working with the clubs, we have left some players, who would have been selected for the squad, out to continue their rehab work.
"This has opened the door for a new group of players who were not part of the World Cup group but have shown strong qualities over the course of the season and deserve an opportunity as part of our England group."
England squad: 
 Karen BARDSLEY   Manchester City   51   0 
 Siobhan CHAMBERLAIN   Notts County   34   0 
 Carly TELFORD   Notts County   6   0 
 Laura BASSETT   Notts County   55   2 
 Lucy BRONZE   Manchester City   23   4 
 Gilly FLAHERTY   Chelsea   0   0 
 Alex GREENWOOD   Notts County   16   1 
 Steph HOUGHTON   Manchester City   61   8 
 Claire RAFFERTY   Chelsea   15   0 
 Alex SCOTT   Arsenal   127   12 
 Casey STONEY   Arsenal   122   6 
 Amy TURNER   Notts County   2   0 
 Demi STOKES   Manchester City   10   0 
 Isobel CHRISTIANSEN   Manchester City   0   0 
 Jo POTTER   Birmingham City   21   2 
 Jill SCOTT   Manchester City   97   13 
 Eniola ALUKO   Chelsea   94   32 
 Danielle CARTER   Arsenal   0   0 
 Jess CLARKE   Notts County   46   10 
 Gemma DAVISON   Chelsea   4   0 
 Toni DUGGAN   Manchester City   31   14 
 Francesca KIRBY   Chelsea   13   3 
 Ellen WHITE   Notts County   54   17 

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