England players train under third manager in three months as Gary Cahill backs Three Lions to deal with rapid turnover: 'We have to move on'

Gareth Southgate got the chance to run the rule over England's players for the first time as caretaker boss as the Three Lions trained at St George's Park on Tuesday.
Southgate, who has been appointed in interim charge of the squad following the recent departure of Sam Allardyce, watched over a session at the national training centre at St George's Park.
England face World Cup qualifiers against Malta and Slovenia in the coming days - starting with the Mediterranean island minnows at Wembley on Saturday - and the players do not seem to have been too greatly affected by Allardyce's... read more

4 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 39
Source: Daily Mail

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