Gareth Southgate is set to have more team selection headaches ahead of next year’s Euros. Due to UEFA Prepared to announce that national football teams can only submit a list of 23 players to participate in the tournament.
The reduced numbers are typical of long-standing international competitions. But the national team has had its rights increased due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The number of players increased to 26 people.UFABET
The same numbers were also used at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. This is due to the impact of the tournament’s mid-season matchday and potential injuries to players. As a result of timing and timing was also factored into the decision.
But a report from.
The Sun reveals UEFA will return to the same team size for Euro 2024 as per the organization’s Regulation 48.
Southgate’s team selections will be carefully selected. And reducing the number of players in next year’s tournament is likely to further increase the resolution of who gets to go to Germany.
Southgate has often been criticized for his decision to select players. Such as Calvin Phillips and Harry Maguire. Even though neither of them played for the club.
Jordan Henderson is also a doubt after the former Liverpool captain moved to play with Al-Ettifak in Saudi Arabia. Some critics argue that playing in a low-level league reduces the sharpness of some of the national team’s players.
It’s worth noting that James Ward-Prowse is in excellent form with two goals and seven assists in all competitions. Making West Ham teammates like Mikhail Antonio come out and criticize him as being embarrassing as well.
As for Raheem Sterling, even though he has returned to show solid form with Chelsea. But has been ignored by Southgate for the past 2 rounds.
Under the current format, England’s 3-1 win over Italy saw Southgate cut Eddie Nketiah and Fikayo Tomori from his squad. Forcing him to reduce his squad from 25 to 23 People in the game that day.