Tag Archives: Gareth Southgate

How Will England Line Up For The 2018 World Cup?
By SSimpson |

English fans may have developed a hearty degree of cynicism after their humiliating performances at Euro 2016, but there’s cause for at least vague optimism for the impending World Cup campaign. Gareth Southgate has slowly but surely dragged England into the modern tactical age, using a variety of formations and players during a straightforward qualification. [Read more]

Scotland v England review
By J Bleasdale |

THERE are many words that could sum up the drama that unfolded at Hampden on Saturday. At the start, there was excitement as kick off approached in this Auld Enemy World Cup qualifier. Frustration at an inept first half performance where Scotland were fortunate to still be level. Hope when Leigh Griffiths’ first free kick [Read more]

England v Scotland – Wembley Woes or Winners?
By J Bleasdale |

WHEN the World Cup Qualifying draw in St Petersburg last year threw together the Auld Enemy, the cheers could be heard loud and clear from Thurso to Gretna as Scotland fans got the game they wanted – their fiercest rivals in a competitive double header that could lead to the Worlds greatest sporting event. Over [Read more]