Aidy Boothroyd takes his first training session as England Under 21 boss... and puts the Young Lions through their paces with a game of rugby
Aidy Boothroyd held his first training session as England Under 21 boss on Tuesday ahead this month's crucial round of European Championship qualifiers.
Boothroyd was placed in temporary charge of the Young Lions after normal boss Gareth Southgate was asked to take over the senior side, following Sam Allardyce's departure last week.
The former Watford and England Under 20 manager has wasted no time in stamping his own mark in training - instructing his new players to take part in a light-hearted rugby match at St George's Park on Tuesday.
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