For 20 years, football wasn't coming home for England boss Southgate

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World Cup fever swept the nation back home and even after the defeat, thousands of England fans at the Luzhniki stadium stayed behind long after the final whistle to give their side a rousing send-off. Former and current England cricketers also expressed their disappointment of the result.

"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". "It is a young team, the majority of the players will be back next World Championship and then have more experience at club level", he told RT.

"I'd be amazed if we didn't learn in the next few days he's (Kane) been carrying an injury since the Colombia game", Neville said on ITV.

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"We have overcome so many challenges that have haunted England in the past".

"This team have taken us to a place we never thought we'd ever imagine we'd get". We go out, we download and we stream Three Lions and we get it to number one.

It may be coming home to No 1 on the United Kingdom singles charts but the coach of the England's national football team, Gareth Southgate, has revealed that he used to detest the popular Three Lions anthem.

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"Football's Coming Home, as a song, I couldn't listen to it for 20 years, frankly". It has a slightly different feel for me, but it's nice to hear people enjoying it again.

England manager Gareth Southgate. It is an anthem and has followed the team for a long time, but involved some hard moments as well.

Gary Neville believes England's Harry Kane was playing with an injury throughout the World Cup knockout stages after the striker misfired in the semi-final defeat to Croatia.

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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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