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England relegated in Nation League, what are their World Cup chance?
Emobot7 2 months ago
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1 goal in five games and that goal was from a penality. 2 point from 5 games. Thing are not looking too good for the England national team, I gotta say I'm not too optimistic for their chance to win the world cup as thing go on. Like I know we alway had mixed view of Southgate but I honestly starting to think he lost something after the Euro because this English team is nearly catastrophic in term of style and of results as well.

Thought? Should we worry about their chance at the World Cup? Is Southgate still the man for the job?

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DarthFooty 2 months ago
Queens Park Rangers, United States 25 962

Tune-ups and different rosters, so I wouldn't stress too much. What I am paying a closer eye on is fatigue and injuries with the schedule congestion. I am hoping all players and teams can stay as healthy as possible, so we can see a good tournament.

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Emobot7 2 months ago
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@DarthFooty True, gotta say this worry me very much, Quatar world cup, even without the controversy leading up to it, will stay a sour topic for players who won't get to take part because of injury or won't be able to perform at their best because of fitness and form. The temperature propably won't help on that level either.

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quikzyyy 2 months ago
Arsenal 428 8862

terrible football, non existing attack, if I was fan of England national team I'd want him sacked asap.

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Emobot7 2 months ago
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@quikzyyy Thats exactly my point and propably the reason why I don't agree completely with DarthFooty, i mean sure, Nation League is not very important and a good way to make some test but there isn't an ounce of an good idea put in place in any of those game by Gareth Southgate. Normally you make small change to your team and see what you can add to your current system, we'll see in the WC but I wouldn't be surprised if this England team does not produce to the same level as the last few international tournament.

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_Pelle_ 2 months ago Edited
Paris Saint-Germain 140 6667

England is like the Man utd of international football. Looks good on paper, but can’t stop piling up failures.

But to be fair… their group is absolutely deadly. As Hungary has exceeded all expectations, you’re left only with big nations.

Also, just look at how Italy failed to qualify to the WC. Sh*t happens.

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England is like the Man utd of international football. Looks good on paper, but can’t stop piling up failures.

But to be fair… their group is absolutely deadly. Hungary has exceeded all expectations, and then you’re left only with big nations.

Just look at how Italy failed to qualify to the WC. Sh*t happens.

Footy_watch 2 months ago
Arsenal, Brazil 9 1551

It's a mystery as to how Southgate even got the job. It's like they want England to keep failing. They have one of the best squads but its wasted

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Emobot7 2 months ago
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@Pelle Sure, bad stuff happen but the manner in which it happened is relatively humiliating, I mean, we're talking about a team which want to compete for the WC. They're supposed to play with the mentality of winning games against every other teams, what we have right now is a team that seem more focused on not losing and even then its not very succesful. One thing for sure, is their performance in the Nation League don't make me think they can go farther than they did in Euro or WC 2018 for the upcoming WC.

@Footy Well for sure, considering he made top 4 last world cup and finished second last euro, no doubt he still have the confidence of his FA for now. But no doubt he's not gonna be given much chance if his WC 22 performance are similar to what happened in those nation league games.

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quikzyyy 2 months ago
Arsenal 428 8862

It's a mystery as to how Southgate even got the job.

he's perfect image for FA to be said, who cares about performances on the pitch, better bring another 20 defenders

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Emobot7 2 months ago
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Well to be fair, one thing that Southgate seem to have managed, is to create a good team chemistry but I wonder if that a good or a bad things because when you see how he insist to bring Maguire and play him as a key role while some very good CBs aren't even called. Pretty sure that because Maguire in the past has been one of the leader of his group, he don't want to go without him but considering recent form, I think he might be focusing too much on that chemistry and keeping his leaders around and not so much on calling player up as reward for the current form.

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Algerino 2 months ago
Napoli, Algeria 4 785

Does not look good for England. But their nations league group is tougher than wc group.

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thiagogo 2 months ago
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