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‘Stick with us’: Bellingham’s plea to fans as England return home from World Cup

Jude Bellingham, England’s last messager to fans on a depressing morning for England players, gave a final message before boarding a flight out of Qatar.

Sky News 19-year old told Sky News that he was sticking with the team. He spoke outside Souq Al Wakra’s hotel, where one family of supporters gathered along a street on the beach.

There was no large farewell photo taken outside. Players left in their own groups, some in taxis and others with the coach.

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Gareth Southgate discusses his future

England is not used to checking out the week before the tournaments end.

It was a painful quarter-final defeat for France, Harry Kane missing a penalty after scoring one in the 2-1 loss to the World Cup holders.

Gareth Southgate denied Gareth a trip to the third consecutive semi-final of the tournament.

After six years of being in charge, the manager is now deciding whether or not to stay on to be eligible for Euro 2024.

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England players move out of hotel

Southgate stated, “I want the right decision,” after the match. However, he was still silent as he boarded his coach at the hotel.

Chief executive of the FA Mark Bullingham also didn’t say anything prior to boarding a coach. A written statement did no mention Southgate’s future.

He said, “This is an exciting young English team and, despite last night’s intense disappointment, they should be proud of their performance in Qatar.”

“We are extremely proud of Gareth and all the players, coaches, and support staff and appreciate all their hard work.”

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England fans were left devastated after the Three Lions lost to France 2-1 and were eliminated from the World Cup.

Kane “absolutely gutted”

But Kane said that he would take responsibility for the team’s exit from World Cup 2022.

The England captain, in a tweet this morning said that he was “absolutely devastated”.

“We gave it all, and now it comes down to one small detail that I have to take responsibility.

It hurts, there’s no hiding it. But that’s part and parcel of the sport.

“Now, it’s all about how to use the experience to make yourself mentally and physically stronger for your next challenge.”

He thanked fans for their support throughout the tournament and said, “it means so much”.


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