Rashford A Concern For England

Rashford A Concern For England

Rashford A Concern For England

England manager Gareth Southgate wants his players to embrace Russia's "festival of football" as they prepare to start their 2018 World Cup campaign against Tunisia.

Ashley Young said he had no concerns over his family coming to Russian Federation, amid worries over racism after defender Danny Rose announced he had told his family not to travel to the tournament.

However, the Manchester United forward is set to join in with his team-mates for the first time in Russian Federation as they train at the Spartak Zelenogorsk Stadium on Friday.

Southgate has put an emphasis on playing the ball out from the back since his appointment and Maguire says the squad are gradually improving under the new system.

"I was hoping that in the last Euros the team was going to do really well and Roy [Hodgson] would still be there".

Jesse Lingard believes fresh and fearless England are ready to attack the World Cup.

It only seems fitting then, that during this summer's World Cup, the FA will be broadcasting an all access, interactive show, "The Lions' Den".

Former England manager Sam Allardyce believes he should still be leading the national team and says he is "extremely jealous" as his replacement Gareth Southgate heads to the World Cup in Russian Federation.

"He is going to represent us, so it is disappointing when our people go a little bit over the top but players have to accept that responsibility because you are representing the country".

Speaking to Russian TV following Saudi Arabia's 5-0 defeat to Russia, the former Porto manager refused to claim Salah is the fastest player, saying: "I don't want to say he is the fastest, but one of the fastest players in the world". "We don't see any dangers - everyone can see the security around the tournament".

"We watched it together, we've got a big screen in the hotel".

"Marcus Rashford took part in light training this afternoon and will hopefully rejoin the group tomorrow", England said on their official Twitter account along with a video of Rashford in action.

"Of course, there were a lot of players at that time - Rio (Ferdinand), (Ryan) Giggs, Wazza (Wayne Rooney) - all there to help me and give me advice". "But I'm in the moment, maybe in a few years you'll look back at it and think of the memories, especially if they're good ones".

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