Harry Kane says England will be 'aggressive and brave' at World Cup

Virginia Santiago
June 13, 2018

While England's cricket and rugby union sides are struggling to inspire, Southgate and his Three Lions jet to Russian Federation today looking to get the country jumping for joy with a successful World Cup campaign.

Playing the part will be another matter entirely.

Gareth Southgate's 23-man squad jetted to Russian Federation on Tuesday afternoon as they embark to win the Jules Rimet Trophy for the first time since 1966.

The Manchester United youth product, who has scored thrice while on global duty, was set to attend his first World Cup this month, although his most recent injury has put his inclusion in doubt.

At the Trump-Kim Summit, Human Rights Are on the Agenda
TRT World spoke to Mark Shanahan , a lecturer in politics and worldwide relations at Reading University in England, for more. Over the next few days, The Drum will bring you the latest on the summit with an industry perspective.

They also face Panama in Nizhny Novgorod on June 24 and Belgium in Kaliningrad four days later.

"I've bounced back now - and while I will be extremely jealous I will be watching Gareth and the lads and hope they do extremely well", he said.

England have won only six matches in the knockout stages of major global tournaments since their World Cup triumph in 1966, the last victory of that kind being 12 years ago against Ecuador.

The English youngster is one of the brightest players in the country and this is a problem for us given that we can not start him in most of the games.

Mrs. Trump skipping G7, North Korea summits
Rodman has traveled to North Korea in the past and seems to have struck up an unlikely friendship with the North Korean leader. He says the tough line forced the North Korean leader to soften his stance. "We're not paying for their expenses", she said.

Marcus Rashford has suffered a knee injury in training.

"So to now be managing and leading my country to a World Cup is an extra special moment. The FA have spoken to us security-wise and I've got every confidence in them and with family going out there".

"I think a lot has been said about staying in cliques and teams staying in teams, but I've not seen that at all here".

"Ultimately we know we'll be judged on results but we have to focus on the processes", he said. Sending him out on loan would not be a bad idea for his development, however, losing a player such as this for an entire season would hurt us.

Trump breaks with G7 joint statement
European officials said Mr Trump had tried to water down the language in the draft communique on the WTO and rules-based trade. Seven world leaders met Friday and Saturday in Charlevoix, Quebec for what is known as the G7 summit .

Other reports by

Discuss This Article