The crisis crept up on Gareth Southgate. Just 14 months ago, England was playing in a European Championship final — and coming oh-so-close to winning it — backed by fans who rediscovered their connection with the national team. Fast forward to the last few days when Southgate’s players — without a win in five games or an open-play goal getting on for 500 minutes — were holding private meetings without any coaches present. Jeered by England supporters in the team’s most recent home game, a scarce
A Nations League campaign without victory leaves Gareth Southgate needing to make big decisions
The World Cup is just around the corner.