The Red Arrows wish England luck ahead of World Cup

Florence Fletcher
June 13, 2018

England will adopt an aggressive approach to their World Cup fixtures and tackle the tournament "head on" as Gareth Southgate's youthful squad hopes to make its mark in Russian Federation, captain Harry Kane has said.

Tottenham Hotspur kicks off the season this year with the International Champions Cup, which will see the team spend 10 days in the U.S., playing against Roma in San Diego, Barcelona in Los Angeles and AC Milan in Minneapolis.

He added: "In an idealistic world people would say to walk off the pitch but that means we would be thrown out of the tournament, which. many people would agree with".

Kane, who will captain his country at the tournament, acknowledged that England have been "passive" and have focused too much on avoiding defeat in previous tournaments.

It comes after the Three Lions spoke to injured servicemen from the Royal Marines in a bid to put the pressure of the World Cup into perspective.

"There will be tough moments and there will be ups and downs".

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I am excited. I think every single player is, ' he said.

Donegan penned the song in 1965 as the official tune to go along with the Football Association's mascot for the tournament. That is number 1, first and foremost.

The Three Lions leave for Russian Federation on Tuesday before next Monday's Group G opener against Tunisia in Volgograd.

"We have a lot of attacking flair that can do some damage". "I want to score in tournament football and that's what I will try and do".

The organisation has also produced an online blog on the Be on the Ball: World Cup 2018 website to offer advice for travelling fans. It is the one competition that everybody dreams of winning.

Ever since England won the World Cup in 1966 and thus set unrealistically high expectations for every squad that proceeded them, the relationship between the media and the England team has grown increasingly toxic.

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