England boss Gareth Southgate dislocates shoulder in Russian Federation

England World Cup news Gareth Southgate defends Raheem Sterling despite poor goal record

GETTY Gareth Southgate was pleased with Raheem Sterling's performance

So what are the key factors to consider against the central American underdogs?

Walker added that Holland had said sorry to the England players and staff for carrying the team-sheet on a bit of paper.

Sterling enjoyed an impressive season at club level as he helped Manchester City to the title, scoring 23 times in all competitions. He has matured and developed.

England manager Gareth Southgate has dislocated his shoulder.

A free press exists to be NOT biased in any way, so for Southgate to command the opposite from the journalists around his team is quite weird to say the least.

Southgate and the squad have been very open with the media, allowing access to all players at a Superbowl-style open day at St George's Park ahead of the World Cup.

Joe Hart insists he is determined to "come back stronger" after being left out of the England squad for the World Cup.

Rashford's pace and running instantly troubled Tunisia but Loftus-Cheek was, if anything, even more impressive.

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Former worldwide Southgate was not injured, however, celebrating captain Harry Kane's 91st-minute victor.

"Obviously before, he (Southgate) did give us a couple of days as to who's playing or not, but he's going to do it tomorrow so we'll find out tomorrow". "I'm telling you right now, England is still a place where a naughty boy who comes from nothing can live his dream".

Panama proved for 45 minutes against Belgium that they are organised and have the ability to frustrate.

On Friday morning, his piece for The Players' Tribune was released in which he writes about the murder of his father, having to stay in Jamaica while his mother went to study in England and growing up in the shadow of Wembley.

More of the same will be needed in Nizhny Novgorod.

Defender John Stones says England have done their homework on Panama and says it is clear where the biggest area for improvement needs to be.

He started just two Premier Leagues after March, playing more times for England since then, and received criticism for not being strong enough when Roberto Firmino brushed him aside for a crucial goal in the 4-3 defeat to Liverpool in January.

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