England World Cup revellers warned by police after weekend's "shocking behaviour"

Tyler Owen
July 13, 2018

The Three Lions manager has sported a navy blue Marks & Spencer one throughout England's run to the World Cup semi-finals in Russian Federation, which has led to increased sales and more Google searches for the item back home. "Come on England - it's coming home!"

Last weekend, a photograph of Southgate en route to a pre-season boot camp in Catterick in the early 1990s reemerged on Twitter which goes some way to describing his methods as a manager.

Gareth Southgate believes England could get an even bigger and crazier reception for winning the World Cup than the heroes of 1966.

Southgate is well aware of the near-hysteria among England's support at home, and takes pride from the manner in which his team is unifying the country.

A bit like catchup TV in a way, VAR (Video Assisted Referee) was introduced for the first time for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation.

To be fair to Neville he has been gushing over England's performances in Russian Federation, so he will be quite happy to have been proved wrong by wing back Trippier, centre-back Maguire and goalkeeper Pickford, who have all been vast so far for the their Country.

The song was released before Euro '96, when Southgate missed England's crucial penalty as they lost a semi-final shootout to Germany at Wembley. "That's why I think they can go all the way".

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England play Croatia at 4am on Thursday morning for a spot in the world cup final, where the victor will play either France or Belgium.

Dier is likely to start on the bench with manager Gareth Southgate preferring Liverpool's Jordan Henderson in the defensive midfield slot but he could well feature at some stage against a Croatia side whose strength is in central midfield.

And the last time it played in the final four was 20 years ago, in 1998.

"In honour of the England boss" new-found football fashionista status, we're inviting supporters to grab a waistcoat and button up to beat blood cancer.

Such was the impact of that loss and the criticism it provoked, it must have been tempting for Southgate to tell his players to put that experience out of their minds. "So, they should - we've got trust in them doing that".

Videos posted to social media saw huge crowds fill the streets in cities across the country after the team made it through to the World Cup semi-finals. "We're not working much now so you can imagine what it will be like if we win".

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