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England Manager Takes A Decision On His Future After World Cup Heartache

Written By Onyeka Daniel

When the World Cup kicked off last month, there were 32 two involved, but they’re now down to the last two as France prepare to take on Argentina today with many surprises springing up.

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Consequently, some coaches have either been sacked or resigned after failing to impress at the World cup with as many as 6 managers leaving their post after the World Cup.


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Brazil coach, Tite had to step down after Brazil got eliminated by Croatia in the quarter-final, Luis Enrique of Spain also left his role and the likes of Gerardo Tata Martino (Mexico) Roberto Martinez (Belgium) and Paulo Bento (South Korea) all towed the same path, but it won’t be the outcome for England manager, Gareth Southgate.

Going into the World Cup, the Three Lions were one of the favorites to win the tournament, but they lost to France in the quarter-final and Southgate was largely expected to step down from his role as manager following yet another disappointment.

He’s expected to continue with the team, even take them to the Euros in 2024 and possibly the next World Cup. The manager can take some comfort in the defeat with Harry Kane missing an 85th minute penalty that would have taken the game to extra-time with England very much in the game.

England have seen their fortunes rise under the guidance of Southgate after reaching the semi-finals of the World Cup in 2018 – losing narrowly to Croatia before being beaten in a penalty by Italy in the final of Euro 2020 and Southgate will feel he can still take the team further and achieve something important with this team, given time and patience instead of just resigning and living with regrets.

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The race for young German forward, Yousouffa Moukoko is said to be heating up with Spanish LaLiga side, Barcelona now emerging as the favorite for his signature if he does leave German side, Borussia Dortmund at the end of the season.

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Moukoko, who is a transfer target for Chelsea is largely expected to leave Dortmund after his agent recently confirmed that they’re no where near reaching an agreement with the club over his client’s renewal.

By January, Moukoko will be free to negotiate with clubs outside Germany and Barcelona are said to present a more attractive destination but Chelsea won’t give up easily as they can offer him much more money than he can get with Barcelona.

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