Gareth Southgate intends to stay on as England manager until Euro 2024 | Soccer News


Gareth Southgate intends to stay on as England manager until the end of the 2024 European Championships.

Sky Sports News has confirmed newspaper reports that Southgate are ‘convinced’ he should stay and will advise the FA of his decision before Christmas.

Neville: Southgate should stay on

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Gary Neville thinks England played well and were never favorites to beat France and thinks Gareth Southgate should stay for another tournament.

Sky Sports’ Gary Neville:

“Actually, I hope he doesn’t go back to managing the club. I look at him and I think there is no Englishman alive who has more experience in major tournaments, the junior tournaments and play for his country.

“He’s seen it all and I think he should stay in the system to design the future. He’s been there for 10 years, we’ve had a lot of success with the women’s teams, with the younger teams, and I think that we’ve had really good success with the men’s team, and I feel like he’s seen that improvement in performance and culture over 10 years. I’d like him to stay with the FA beyond his coaching role.

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