Former Chelsea-Swan coach Become the favorite to replace Southgate in England

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There are news reports that Former Chelsea and Liverpool manager He has emerged as a favorite to replace Garet Southgate is considering his future and could step down as England manager following the World Cup exit.

  Three big-name managers have emerged as favorites to replace Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate, despite the Football Association (  FA) wanting him to stay at the club. Southgate’s contract runs until after Euro 2024, but the 52-year-old admitted following the Three Lions’ World Cup exit that he was considering his future. Southgate’s side reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and the final of Euro 2020 and also impressed in Qatar before losing in the quarter-finals to reigning champions. France

Former Chelsea-Swan coach Become the favorite to replace Southgate in England

         When asked about his future as England coach following their recent elimination from the World Cup. Southgate said he would take some time before making any decisions. “I think after every tournament we have a chance to sit back and reflect,” he told ITV Sport . Take some time to make sure you make the right decisions.”

         The FA believes Southgate has done a good job of transforming England into a UFABET team that can compete beautifully on the global stage. And want him to remain in charge at least until the end of Euro 2024. But they acknowledged personally that Southgate may decide to withdraw from the role. by FA Technical Director John McDermott Has been tasked with finding a successor if so.

         The Telegraph said Thomas Tuchel, Mauricio Pochettino, Brendan Rodgers and Steve Holland were all on the F’s possible candidate list. A to replace Southgate by the German team manager Tuchel. He won the Champions League during his 18-month spell with Chelsea and has lost his job since being sacked by the Stamford Bridge club earlier this season, while Pochettino previously managed the Premier League side. Both Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton, as well as Paris Saint-Germain. And previously admitted that it is open to being a big boss of England

Rodgers, on          the other hand, has been a staple of English football for more than a decade. having managed Leicester, Celtic, Liverpool and Swansea since 2010, while Holland has been Southgate’s assistant manager in England since 2016 and has previously worked at Chelsea. A decade before his England role
, former England and Manchester United defender Gary Neville insisted he wanted Southgate to stay after the World Cup elimination.

         In an interview with ITV Sport , he said: “I would like Gareth to stay two more years. And I want him to stay longer, either as a coach or in any other role. “In the last 10 years we’ve won youth tournaments, we’ve won women’s tournaments, we’ve reached finals in men’s football, we’ve played very well. And have good technical players. England are in a pretty good spot. We’ve been embarrassingly eliminated from tournaments over the past 25 years. But we have a great future. And he’s a big part of that.”