Gareth Southgate named England manager on four-year deal
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 Gareth Southgate will lead England towards the 2018 World Cup and 2020 European Championship after being appointed permanent manager of the national team by the FA on Wednesday. The 46-year-old succeeds Sam Allardyce who departed 67 days into his reign after being caught up in a newspaper sting.
England manager Gareth Southgate gives his backing to the Football Foundation's scheme to give more young people the opportunity to engage in the sport. BBC Sport - SportsAlso reported by •MailOnline •Independent •Daily Star •Sport.co.uk
Southgate wants more players to shoulder the burden of responsibility and express themselves more freely, whether that be in a match or a meeting Independent - SportsAlso reported by •Daily Star •Sport.co.uk
The England manager said that his players needs to adopt the same mindset as Joachim Low's men if they're to stand any chance of winning the World Cup Independent - SportsAlso reported by •Daily Star •Sport.co.uk