England manager, Gareth Southgate has come out to say that he will not outstay his welcome as manager of the national team. He recently had his say while speaking to the press, and fans have been reacting.
According to him, he believes he can do a good job for the English national team because he has what it takes to make his players respond to his tactics and footballing style.
Gareth added that he’ll not be the English boss forever and there will surely be another England manager.
His words, “I won’t outstay my welcome but I think I can do a good job for the team, and I think we have done a good job for the team,”
“If you look back I have always said it. I am not going to be here forever am I? There will be another England manager.”
“The major part of that is how the players are. Do I still feel the players give everything and respond to what we do? Yes I do.”
“I hear about conservatism, but we were the highest scorers in Europe last year,”
“I am always going to have those situations where people disagree with the selection. That noise over the last two or three years does seem extremely loud and I’ve had to ride that and get on with it through the Euros and the whole of last summer.”
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