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Southgate has no plans to quit England role ahead of 2022 World Cup

SoccerNews.com Tuesday, 19 November 2019 ()
Gareth Southgate plans to stay on as England manager for the 2022 World Cup if he feels there is “warmth” for him to continue, though he acknowledged that could depend on his side’s performance at Euro 2020. England secured their place at next year’s finals with a 7-0 rout of Montenegro last week, before rounding […]

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