Published: Thu, July 12, 2018
Sports | By Brooke Harris

Neville says Harry Kane carried injury

Neville says Harry Kane carried injury

The Lightning Seeds' Ian Broudie with Frank Skinner and David Baddiel. The players have spoken about how they have been keeping track online of the scenes back home while Southgate believes winning in Russian Federation would be bigger than 1966, the only time England have won the World Cup, due to the global reach and worldwide connectivity of the game.

"This will hurt for a while but we can hold our heads up, it's been a fantastic journey but we've got to learn from it and take what we can".

Despite not making the final, England have one more game to play at the World Cup when they face-off against Belgium on Sunday morning (AEST) in the third place play-off.

"This team has a chance to write themselves into football folklore and London and the entire country will be cheering them on as loud as we can on Wednesday night".

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"It's been great to get to this stage but we wanted to go on and win it".

If you've been following the World Cup, particularly England's performance in it, perhaps you've heard the chant: "It's coming home, it's coming, football's coming home".

Meanwhile, England manager Gareth Southgate has admitted he couldn't listen to Three Lions for 20 years.

England's midfielder Jordan Henderson and Gareth Southgate at the Luxhniki Stadium.

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Harry Kane says England restored pride during their run to the World Cup semifinals and can use the tournament as a springboard for sustained success for a talented young generation.

"It hurts now but I know when we look back there are a lot of positives, (a lot of) experience we can take".

"Of course the tournament ended in disappointment and it is nice to be able to put a different frame on it now".

Meanwhile, Three Lions is set to score a UK No.1 this week, 22 years on from when it was originally released.

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