Sport Toni Duggan forced to pull out of Lionesses squad due to injury as Georgia Stanway and Gemma Bonner receive calls up for Germany and Czech Republic friendlies
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England striker Toni Duggan has been forced to pull out of the Lionesses squad due to a lower back injury.
The news comes as a huge blow after the Atletico Madrid forward's World Cup campaign was blighted by injury.
Duggan sustained a thigh injury ahead of the tournament in France last summer and Neville had to send her home from the Lionesses camp.
'I was devastated. I got a timetable [for recovery] that was longer than the actual tournament and I got back before it which I wanted to do because I was prepared to give everything for the team. I would never want to leave a World Cup,' Duggan told Sportsmail, as she shared the agonising extent of her injury woes for the first time on Thursday.
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Manchester City duo Georgia Stanway and Gemma Bonner have been called up after they both trained with the squad at St George's Park this week.
Neville's side welcome Germany to Wembley on Saturday evening in a friendly fixture before travelling to the Czech Republic to play another friendly on Tuesday.
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