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England treating as a threat to football giants - Southgate

England treating as a threat to football giants

Gareth Southgate The manager of England’s national football team thinks the progress of his team considering as a threat at any type of championship. On a discussion with BBC Southgate revealed his thinking about The team England. As he told, England treating as a threat to football giants. And this team is a hot contender to be champion of the Euro 2020. After his appearance as a manager of the England team in 2016, England has a roaring success under him, When his trust is on young talents.

The 49-year-old former central defender said, “ I think some respect is gained by us, we changed the view of people they treat us like threat after the case of Russia. But we have to improve when we want to go to another level.”


The boss of England’s football said, “ There are seven club captains in our team and they are all very different. Some of our players are young and some are experienced, so this mixed up team can do anything and it happens in football. When both individually and collectively this team is in a different moment in their journey.”

This Midfielder defender added, “ I think we have made a change in people’s minds after the World Cup in Russia. That is a sad memory of getting out on a penalty shoot-out. If we have an opportunity for our position as a national team to make any difference we should take the chance. But on my way that was a nice thing to do. Our player did an excellent job and made us proud, Fans loved that.”

Southgate became a candidate for England’s coach job after joining as an under-21 coach and he was impressive. England reached the final four with the surprise on Nations League and in the 2018 World Cup semi-finals, And they are the Group topper of Euro 2020 qualifying group. However, his ability is admirable.

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