British Football manager Gareth Southgate has stressed that he wishes to know if the Football Association would be appointed as the England Manager. Southgate’s last game as the manager will be a friendly match against Spain due to be held on November 15, 2016. A decision will be taken by the FA committee on who will be given the permanent job with England under 21 boss South gate the heavy favourite.
Gareth said, “It will be important for me to know what I’m doing after the middle of November”. The English manager added that they are due to prepare for the Under 21 championship and the seniors have got their next round of qualifiers in March, 2017. Southgate added that everyone is curious to know what is going on by the end of November or the middle of December, where everything is leading to, so that it can be decided who is responsible for which parts of the organization’s work.
Gareth was on a four game trial period by the FA after Sam Allardyce’s 67 day charge in September came to a sudden change. Allardyce has led the national team from nine in World Cup Qualifying and led the Group F by two points after the 3-0 win over Scotland on November 11, 2016. The next manager of England will be decided by technical director Dan Ashworth, FA chairman Greg Clarke, Chief Executive Martin Glenn and League Manager’s Association chairman Howard Wilkinson.
The only job for Southgate at club level was at Middlesbrough from 2006 and 2009 but he is not worried about the lack of experience.
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