Filmed close to transmission, Tracey Ullman uses a range of characters
to react to the news of the moment.
Status: In Development
Runtime: 30 minutes
Tracey Breaks the News - Tracey Neville - Netflix
Tracey Anne Neville MBE (born 21 January 1977) is a retired English
netball player and head coach of the England national netball team.
Tracey was the England team coach for the 2018 Commonwealth Games,
leading England to Gold against the hosts Australia, winning 52-51 at
the Gold Coast.
Tracey Breaks the News - Coaching Career - Netflix
Since retiring, Neville has been dedicated to raising the profile of
netball throughout the country and also took up coaching. She runs the
Tracey Neville Netball Academy at Sedbergh School during summer term
break and personally coaches young girls interested in the game. In
January 2011, Neville was named coach of Team Northumbria. October 2011
she was appointed director of netball at Manchester-based Superleague
club Manchester Thunder. In March 2015 Neville was appointed interim
coach of the England netball team. The appointment was made permanent in
September 2015. She was appointed Member of the Order of the British
Empire (MBE) in the 2016 New Year Honours for services to netball. At
the 2018 Commonwealth Games, at the Gold Coast in Australia, she coached
England to win the gold medal, which was England's first ever netball
gold medal. They defeated Australia in the final 52-51.
Tracey Breaks the News - References - Netflix