Saturday, July 7, 2018

England team 2018

The English team is due to participate in the Group G World Cup with Belgium, Panama and Tunisia.

England has unveiled new shirts to be worn at the World Cup in Russia this summer.

The new England jerseys are designed by the Nike Company, and are classic in style, like all the new shirts for clubs and clubs in recent times, which have restored the glamor of the past again, with distinctive designs.

The new England shirts featured stars such as Rahim Sterling, John Stones, Kyle Walker of Manchester City and Manchester United striker Marcus Rushford.

The three-color white jersey, the red-colored reserve shirt, and the red and blue training shirt were white.

Arsenal midfielder Jack Wilshere has returned for the first time in nearly two years to England's 27-man squad, which will play the Netherlands and Italy at the end of this month.

Coach Gareth Southgate also called for the first time with Diren Burnley, the surprise of the league by seventh-placed defender James Tarkowski, goalkeeper Nick Pope, defender Alvie Mauson (Swansea), and Bournemouth midfielder Lewis Cook.

The 26-year-old and 34-year-old has returned from the disappointing 2016 European Cup and out of Iceland and has fallen to injury after gaining a key position in Arsenal.

"Jack has an indisputable talent," he told a news conference on Thursday, adding: "It's important for me that he plays for Arsenal and he plays well, showing his technical ability and his ability to pass."

"The level of Nick was excellent and this is a great honor for Burnley and his coach Shawn Daish to call up two players from his defensive line," added Southgate.

"Nick has no prior experience with us, so we want to know more about him if one of our main guards is injured," said coach Gary Kahell, who has been out of action for Chelsea.

As for the diplomatic crisis with Russia, after British Prime Minister Theresa May announced Wednesday that her country would officially boycott the 2018 World Cup because the latter claimed responsibility for poisoning a former spy in England, Southgate said the "Three Lions" team focused on his preparations but acknowledged " Serious issue ".

"We're ready to go to the World Cup, we're focused on the safety and security of the players and the fans," said Southgate.

"It's obviously a serious issue and it's developing very quickly, but my job as a coach is to focus on football, we're all human beings and we're affected by the events going on around us."

England play Holland on 23rd in Amsterdam before hosting Italy on 27 at Wembley.

Tottenham and Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane, who has been hit in the ankle ligaments, will be out until next month.

England will open their World Cup finals against Tunisia on June 18 in Volgograd, before facing Panama and Belgium.

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