Gareth Southgate talks about England. The 48-year-old promised to continue the three-year regeneration despite positive results.
England has some changes
England has proven that 2018 had successfully reached the 2018 World Cup finals and won the UEFA Cup final despite the decline in the group with Croatia and Spain. But between the two tournaments, trainer Gareth Southgate has made many personnel changing.
Joe Gomez, Ben Chilwell and Ross Barkley are the main players in the English squad although they do not participate in the World Cup in Russia. Both first names related to both goals in a 2-1 Croatia revolt.
|England has successes|
Southgate continues to reform
Gareth Southgate talks about England. The 48-year-old believes that the squad is always the key to success and does not guarantee the rest of the team. "Whatever team winning the title, the only way they are ready for the new challenge is to add a few new players."Southgate said.
"One of the most important things we can do is open opportunities for every player, to look at the progress of us all. We always watch. Whenever we add a new player, the player is exciting and others want to experience themselves."
|Southgate said he would continue to upgrade the Three|
"Everyone knows that there is competition in the squad and they play well. Members and the team need to be praised as they do the task very well."
Southgate added:If you're talking to Callum Wilson or Jadon Sancho, or other entrants, I'll be sure they're comfortable. Challenges will help players to be strong when the game is. An exciting atmosphere is very important to what we are doing."
Watch the English 2-1 investment video over Croatia: