Gareth Southgate growing in confidence in charge of England



Gareth Southgate feels a stronger and more confident manager for leading England, but is no closer to deciding whether he wants the job permanently.
Mounting excitement was extinguished in the summer by an embarrassing Euro 2016 exit to Iceland, with a third different manager now at the helm as a year to forget comes to an end.
Roy Hodgson's successor Sam Allardyce lasted a mere 67 days after secretly-record video showed him making a string of controversial comments, with England Under-21s boss Southgate parachuted into the hotseat for the final matches of the year.
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13 October 2016 in Sport, Views: 26
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