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There were not many bright spots for England after another desperately drab Nations League display confirmed their relegation...
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Hungary 1-0 England: Follow reaction as Gareth Southgate's Three Lions lose in their Nations League opener.
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Dominik Szoboszlai's penalty gave Hungary their first win over England in 60 years as Gareth Southgate's side slipped to defeat in their Uefa Nations League opener in Budapest.
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Gareth Southgate has said he will not outstay his welcome as England manager as he reacted to criticism over his tactics and team selection. Ahead of Saturday's Nations League tie at home to Italy, Southgate added that some of the attacks he had faced, ...
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Gareth Southgate admits he is “surprised” 36000 people will attend Saturday's Nations League game between Hungary and England at the Puskas Arena.
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