Published: Wed, July 11, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Gareth Southgate ‘not ready for journey to end’

Gareth Southgate ‘not ready for journey to end’

Elton John's sons are keen football fans, and even have their favourite England team players!

"I've got a amusing feeling that the momentum is so good, and, you know, especially now that we're all going to turn up with special Gareth waistcoats, and that can only help can't it", said fan Lee Walkup, 50.

Meanwhile, Croatia's first World Cup semi-final for two decades has revived the memories of the country's football high point and raised hopes that Luka Modric's side can go one better than their legendary predecessors.

The game is England's first World Cup semi-final since the penalty shoot-out heartbreak against the then West Germany in 1990 in Italy.

"We needed Churchill, but we got Iain Duncan-Smith", an unnamed defender, later identified as Southgate, was quoted as saying in a 2004 book by Joe Lovejoy.

Win tonight and England will face France in the final after they beat Belgium 1-0 with a Samuel Umtiti header. He continued: "We have really toned things down because we have enough stuff".

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Southgate also recruited Allan Russell, the team's attack coach, who has keenly studied set-play moves in American Football and the National Basketball Association.

"The improvement and the hunger in the players is very clear for everyone to see". Mr Southgate has worn his trademark waistcoat at each of England's World Cup matches and we have to say, he looks rather dashing in it. M&S report sales of his £65 waistcoat are up 35%.

Southgate said that although England had made history in the manner in which they had progressed to the last-four, there was the potential for much more. "We are looking to keep breaking those barriers down".

"We want people to celebrate and enjoy themselves but not at the expense of law-abiding fans and emergency services' resources". "Come on England! #ItsComingHome", Elton captioned the photo.

Beattie has been impressed by the way Southgate has created a united front at this World Cup, with supporters up and down the country dreaming that football might, just, be coming home.

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