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Gareth Southgate: racist abuse of players unforgivable

Gareth Southgate: racist abuse unforgivable

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England Manager, Gareth Southgate said today that he feels like his stomach has been ripped out after last night’s loss.  He also reacted to social media comments about some of the players.

Southgate said the racist abuse aimed at Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukyao Saka after the defeat by Italy was ‘unforgivable’.

He also spoke about: taking full responsibility for the game against Italy.  There has been pain but it was his decision for the choices he made in the Euro 2020 final.

His involvement with the World Cup is not yet known but he believes the team could bring home the Cup.

Prince William says he is: sickened by the racist abuse aimed at the England players.  All those involved should be held accountable.

Did you watch the match?  What did you think?  Did Southgate make the right or wrong decision in his team?  How are you feeling?


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