Date: 30th October 2017 at 8:04am
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With a quintet of players involved in the England U17 World Cup win in India, beating Spain 5-2 in the final, the future of English football looks bright.

Even more so when you consider the success the U19 and U20 sides have recently had.

Antonio Conte is of the belief that the success of the England youngsters` augers well for the future of the national side with our boss quoted in The Guardian as having remarked,

“I think football in England is growing in an incredible way because it is not the only result the young players have had.

“The under-19s won, the under-20s have won and the under-21s also played a really good European Championship. It means football in England is growing and improving a lot. I am sure that in the future it will be very difficult to beat, the England national team, the first team. I want to tell you this because I was a coach with the Italy national team and I think when you have this movement behind you, you can have a great possibility to have a strong team for the next World Cup and for the competitions for the national team.”


Could the 2022 World Cup be the time it all happens for the senior England squad or will it be another false dawn?

 

One Reply to “Conte`s Views on England Youngsters Success”

  • The future is really bright for England in football only if the press will not kill these youngsters by over-hyping them.

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