sport news Sam Allardyce credits postponement of Euro 2020 for England having 'the ...

sport news Sam Allardyce credits postponement of Euro 2020 for England having 'the ...
sport news Sam Allardyce credits postponement of Euro 2020 for England having 'the ...
Sam Allardyce credits postponement of Euro 2020 for England having 'the STRONGEST squad' this summer... as ex-Three Lions boss backs Gareth Southgate to keep getting big calls right in semi-final England are into the semi-finals of Euro 2020, facing Denmark on Wednesday The tournament is running a year late after last years cancellation amid Covid  Sam Allardyce believes the extra year has made a key difference-maker  

View
comments

Sam Allardyce believes the coronavirus pandemic has helped ensure England have the strongest squad at Euro 2020 and has backed Gareth Southgate to keep getting his choices right ahead of Wednesday's semi-final with Denmark.

A 4-0 win over Ukraine on Saturday following a Harry Kane brace and goals from Harry Maguire and Jordan Henderson sent the Three Lions into the last four of the European Championship for only the second time.

Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer

Next up is a clash with Denmark at Wembley with the tournament, delayed a year due to the outbreak of Covid-19 across the world in 2020, now into its final week.

England are now looking like front-runners for Euro 2020 after their performances so far

England are now looking like front-runners for Euro 2020 after their performances so far 

Euro 2020 was postponed a year and stars like Mason Mount have made huge leaps since

Euro 2020 was postponed a year and stars like Mason Mount have made huge leaps since 

Speaking on ITV's Good Morning Britain, former England boss Allardyce said: 'Throughout the whole of the tournament, if you look at the squad England have, it is the strongest squad.

'I think certainly the cancellation of the Euros last year has done England proud in terms of an extra year where these younger players have developed even more.

'They have had more experience of Champions League football and in the Premier League so I think that is coming to fruition now. The size of the squad and the talent is what it is all about and Gareth has used the talent of the squad very, very well indeed.

read more from dailymail.....

NEXT sport news Leeds face potential defensive nightmare ahead of Premier League opener at ...