Gareth Southgate becomes first major injury casualty of England's World Cup campaign

23 June, 2018, 00:43 | Author: Anita Tucker
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The England midfielder said Emily Webb, England senior team operations coordinator and PA to Southgate, is ready to get him back as quickly as possible - and with the blessing of the England manager. Harry Kane scored two goals, giving the Three Lions victory.

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Writing for The Players' Tribune website, Sterling has described his move from Jamaica as a five-year-old and his upbringing in London before rejecting Arsenal to start his football career at Queens Park Rangers.

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But Southgate said his notes do not necessarily reflect his choice of his starting team. They want to be playing darts and bowling with the lads and getting on and having banter with them but as soon as there is problem they will jump on you and hammer you.

I have to ask because whilst out for a run Southgate has somehow managed to dislocate his shoulder, ending up with him in a sling and not being able to celebrate goals in the way he celebrated England's victor against Tunisia.

"Not necessarily, no", the Liverpool teenager said. "All the positions are up for grabs".

"The lads don't really focus on things like that until it's come out of the manager's mouth".

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Southgate will need more than 11 players to progress in this World Cup and the win over Tunisia provided promising indicators about the strength of his squad.

In fact media from around the world were in the same training session, so the fact that Steve Holland allowed his notebook to be photographed is a mistake that could have been picked up by anyone around the world.

It showed that the side are preparing to play in 3-5-2 formation against Panama, with Ruben Loftus-Cheek in midfield following Dele Alli's slight thigh strain - a player whose name was spelt "Ali" on the sheet in the medical section.

Southgate appeared in good spirits and made little concession to his injury, keeping his right arm close to his body, but otherwise showing no outward signs of pain.

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