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Gary Lineker on England's 'poor performance' against USA as he questions Gareth Southgate
Gary Lineker, 61, is just one of the many England fans who have taken to Twitter to share their thoughts on England's game against the USA.The Match of the Day host has hit out at the player's "poor performance" while also questioning Gareth Southgate's management going forward in the Qatar World Cup.Gary is currently in Qatar, taking part in the BBC coverage for the Qatar World Cup and is known for his honest remarks.The presenter has shared his thoughts on England's recent 0-0 result minutes after the game in view of his 8.6 million Twitter followers.He admitted: "Poor performance from @England, but that happens at a World Cup at some stage."Gary then used his post to question England's manager Southgate and whether he will be able to "change things positively" due to his plan not working.He continued: "The big question, even with such a talented bunch, is whether the manager can change things positively with his tactics and substitutions when it’s not working."Social media users rushed to the comments to share their view on England's disappointing result.Dellderek88 said of Southgate: "Manager isn’t even close to being an internationally top manager."One of the greatest managers in premier league history is Phil Foden, Southgate doesn’t deem him good enough.Tell you everything you need to know!"Franbrannigan added: "Weakest link for England at this World Cup is Gareth Southgate."ReeceBuck19 commented: "Like when our best technical player in between the lines is still sitting on the bench."How does Phil Foden not start for England? But currently the best player in the premier league and Man City?"Gary was not the only famous face to share their anger on Twitter after England's disappointing result.Piers Morgan blasted
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Chelsea ace Reece James responds after suffering World Cup injury blow
Chelsea defender Reece James has taken to Twitter after it emerged he had suffered an injury that could potentially see him miss the World Cup with England.The Blues right-back has been ruled out for eight weeks with the knee injury he suffered against AC Milan and subsequent scans showed he had suffered ligament damage.James posted on social media on Saturday in reference to the blow: "The race against time is on… But we won’t give up."READ MORE: WSL carnage as 'punch thrown' and three red cards in seven minutes of Villa vs West HamThough the player appears to suggest there is a possibility that he could make the trip to Qatar, reports are less optimistic, with The Telegraph saying he faces a two-month lay-off and will not be flying out to Qatar "barring a miracle".England manager Gareth Southgate will now have to consider his options for the right-back position as he ponders his 26-man World Cup squad, which is due to be announced on November 10.Would you risk taking Reece James to Qatar? Let us know in the comments section belowChelsea confirmed the news in a statement on Saturday that said: “Following the knee injury sustained in our away match against AC Milan, Reece has received treatment from the Chelsea medical department and visited a specialist this weekend.“After consultation between all parties, Reece will now undergo a rehabilitation programme and is expected to be out for eight weeks.”But, indeed, James has not fully given up hope on a World Cup campaign with England yet, with the player suggesting it's a "race against time".The youngster will be hoping to avoid surgery to stand a chance of going to Qatar, while also relying on Southgate to take him in the final stage of his recovery and opt to risk him
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King Charles to 'address' future of Prince's Trust as Anna Williamson praises charity
King Charles is preparing to address The Prince's Trust - his charity which he founded four decades ago as he takes on work as Head of State.The charity which helps disadvantaged young people has been known to change the lives of thousands of people at risk of exclusion from school.Since its launch, the organisation has had a string of celebrity ambassadors including Cheryl Tweedy, Gareth Southgate and Hollywood stars Luke Evans and Tom Hardy.READ MORE: Mike Tindall recalls awkward meeting with King Charles after copying wife ZaraCelebs Go Dating star Anna Williamson has also worked alongside the charity for around ten years and had nothing but praise for the work carried out by the then Prince Charles.Now, the Daily Star can exclusively reveal that His Majesty will be looking into The Prince's Trust following his accession to the throne.A spokesperson for the Sovereign told the Daily Star: "This is one of many issues to be addressed as His Majesty takes up his duties across all areas of State, charitable and other commitments in the coming weeks."Meanwhile, Anna told us: "He is now the King, so I do believe, he will still be very much involved in his trust but under a different guise."Obviously, he is the King and no longer the Prince but I do believe that the name will stay the same, from what I know."She added: "I wonder if our interactions will be any more formal because they're actually very informal when I've met him in the past."I wonder within now being the king, whether things will take a slightly more formal twist."Discussing her experiences with the now King and The Prince's Trust, Anna went on to say: "He's a lovely guy and he honestly really cares, the genuine work and effort that he has put into that trust
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Harry Maguire out of Manchester derby after Man Utd star played on injured for England
Manchester United star Harry Maguire is out of Sunday's clash with rivals Manchester City after picking up an injury during England's 3-3 draw with Germany this week.The 29-year-old, who, in spite of the issue, played the full 90 minutes on Monday, is expected to miss around two weeks of action after being spotted limping away from Wembley Stadium.Maguire has spent the past month warming United's bench but has managed to retain his place in Gareth Southgate's England side, despite his poor recent form.READ MORE: Carragher tells 'England's problem' Harry Maguire 'it's too late' to save Man Utd careerHe was at fault for two of Germany's three goals after conceding a penalty for the first and getting caught in possession for the second, allowing the visitors to open up a 2-0 lead, prior to England's late comeback.To make matters worse he also picked up a muscle injury, though his decision to play on through the pain was praised by Three Lions skipper Harry Kane."H had a pretty decent injury there at the end and he played another five or ten minutes on almost one leg, great character from him, really proud of him for that," the Tottenham man said after the game.Does Harry Maguire deserve to go to the World Cup? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.Maguire's injury may not come as much of a blow to United boss Erik ten Hag, who has paired Lisandro Martinez and Raphael Varane at centre back since matchday three this season, but it comes at a terrible time for the player himself.The former Leicester City defender has less than a month to convince Southgate he deserves a seat on the plane to Qatar, and will now spend half of that period on the treatment table.The England boss backed his struggling star after
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Last England games in charge for managers as Gareth Southgate battles on
England's comeback against Germany last night might have briefly dispelled concerns over their dreadful form of late, but make no mistake, things need to improve fast for Gareth Southgate to still be in the job come 2023.Three draws and three defeats from six Nations League matches this year makes for dire reading and sees the Three Lions relegated to League B - a fate which could see them land a tricky qualifying group for Euro 2024.Calls for Southgate to be sacked began in earnest a few months ago, and while almost nothing will stop him leading the side into Qatar, many feel that an early exit from the tournament could spell the end for England's waistcoated warrior.With that in mind, Daily Star Sport has taken a look back at some of the infamous matches that spelled the end for England bosses in the past.READ MORE: Gareth Southgate doesn't deserve the sack but here's why England should consider itDid anyone really think Roy Hodgson was the answer for England? Probably not, but that didn't stop him from leading the Three Lions into three major international tournaments.The axe finally swung following England's dismal defeat to minnows Iceland in the round of 16 at Euro 2016 - the second successive tournament that Hodgson's side had all but limped their way through.The official word was that the FA simply decided not to renew Hodgson's contract, but in truth it was nothing more than a cold, hard sacking - and one that had been coming for a while.How far does Southgate need to take England in the World Cup in order to avoid the sack? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.England's failure to qualify for Euro 2008 was an unmitigated disaster, not least because their so-called 'golden generation' were