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FIFA World Cup: Criticism of England boss Gareth Southgate ‘harsh’: Frank Lampard

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FIFA World Cup: Criticism of Gareth Southgate: Everton manager Frank Lampard said some of the criticism leveled at the England boss…

FIFA World Cup: Criticism of Gareth Southgate: Everton manager Frank Lampard said some of the criticism of England boss Gareth Southgate has been harsh and urged fans to throw their support behind the team in the build-up to the World Cup. England were relegated from the top tier of the Nations League this month after a six-match winless run, with Southgate unhappy about their performances. “I think it is hard on some points. Follow FIFA World Cup live updates with InsideSport.IN

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FIFA World Cup: Criticism of England boss Gareth Southgate ‘harsh’: Frank Lampard

And when I say some parts, it’s something that we all sign in our own way and the England job is just there for the pressure,” Lampard told reporters ahead of Everton’s tie with Southampton.

“I’m not going to sit here and say that people can’t criticize. I think if things are constructive and people have opinions, that’s great. “But once this World Cup comes in and in the build-up to it, it will be great if everyone can really get behind the team and Gareth. A lot of the criticism leveled at Southgate has focused on his ‘cautious’ approach.

“I remember the fantastic French team that won the last World Cup without really playing beautiful football,” Lampard said. “(IN)
modern football there are many different styles and little ways to win a game.

“I think it would be entirely Gareth’s decision how to approach an Iran or USA compared to how they approach a different type of team further into the competition if we get there.” England begin their Group B campaign in Qatar against Iran on November 21.

FIFA World Cup: Criticism of England boss Gareth Southgate ‘harsh’: Frank Lampard

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