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Southgate passed a recent test with flying colours as England won the prestigious Toulon Tournament in southern France in May. He believes the trick is making sure his players feel the value of joining England training camps. “Sometimes I’ll have a squad of 23 but only 18 can get changed, but if the five who didn’t get changed go back to their clubs and say, ‘it was a worthwhile, beneficial experience’ then that is what we’re heading for,” Southgate says.
Learning Does Not Stop on the Pitch
Southgate says that young players need an appealing vision and a clear performance pathway. “For us it’s not just about the style of play but the principles of being in the England system and mixing with players of other teams.”
In an exclusive interview with the Leaders Performance Institute, Southgate explains how England demonstrate the value of their programme to young players through:
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