Tag Archives: Gareth Southgate

Superseding the sixties

Superseding the sixties

With the World Cup having commenced, and approaching its halfway point, it seems this stage may signal an important period for    ... more

Progression and prominence

Progression and prominence

With the World Cup forthcoming, this period may be important in both suggesting which teams may be regarded as favourites, and for final preparations to get    ... more

Striving for the second star

In the aftermath of Euro 2016, it seemed clear the necessity for England to be driven along a fresh direction might    ... more

Return of the chosen one

Upon scoring a record 250th goal for Manchester United, it seemed Wayne Rooney’s position amongst the United elite had been cemented,    ... more

Clash of the titans

England recently hosted former World Cup winners, and three-time European Championship winners, Spain, at Wembley for an international friendly. The fixture, played    ... more

Glory awaits in Russia

The second set of World Cup qualifiers recently occurred, and all four of the home nations were amongst the countries competing;    ... more

Consistency reaping rewards

Gareth Southgate was recently appointed as England’s caretaker manager, and announced his first squad for the upcoming World Cup qualifiers. Southgate seems    ... more

Quality forwards in the mix for national side

In recent weeks the promising form of England's fringe strikers has drawn calls that they be considered for a spot in    ... more

Fitness request highlights potential improvements

On Sunday England maintained their perfect start to qualification for the upcoming European Championships with a 1-0 win over Estonia, though    ... more