James Ward-Prowse: Southampton captain says ache of England Euros omission is World Cup motivation | Soccer Information

Southampton captain James Ward-Prowse says the ache of not being included in England’s squad for the European Championships motivates him to make sure there shall be no repeat forward of the World Cup in Qatar.

Ward-Prowse, who has 10 caps and two objectives to his title for England, was named in Gareth Southgate’s provisional squad for final summer time’s European Championships, however the 27-year-old was omitted from the ultimate squad forward of the match.

It meant Ward-Prowse was a spectator as England went on to succeed in the ultimate, shedding on penalties to Italy, and, chatting with Sky Sports activities, the midfielder has admitted it was a tough time for him, however he’s utilizing it for motivation as he seems to guide his spot in Southgate’s squad for Qatar.

England’s subsequent two fixtures…

  • Friday September 23: Italy (A) – kick-off 7.45pm
  • Monday September 26: Germany (H) – kick-off 7.45pm

“It was tough to take,” he instructed Sky Sports activities about his omission from the Euros squad.

“When you’re in your holidays in the summertime and you’re seeing the success the group is having, in fact you’re excited for them and happy for them on one hand, however equally you’re gutted that you’re not there having fun with it.

“It was type of looking for that stability of the place I used to be, however I had to make use of that as motivation to lift my ranges much more to verify I do not miss out on one other one.”

‘Challenges are at all times there in sport’

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Ward-Prowse is closed down by Matteo Pessina through the Nations League match between England and Italy

Ward-Prowse added: “You will have challenges alongside the way in which in sport.

“You might be at all times going to have good moments and dangerous moments, and it’s having fun with the great moments however equally it’s the way you take care of these dangerous moments.

“It may have gone both manner for me, however I feel all through all of the challenges and setbacks I’ve had again in my profession, I at all times revert again to me and what I can do to have an effect on the scenario, and that’s to get out onto the coaching pitch and to point out individuals why I must be there.”

Ward-Prowse has been named in Southgate’s squad for England’s ultimate video games earlier than World Cup choice.

All through all of the challenges and setbacks I’ve had again in my profession, I at all times revert again to me and what I can do to have an effect on the scenario, and that’s to get out onto the coaching pitch and to point out individuals why I must be there.

James Ward-Prowse

The Three Lions face Italy on Friday and Germany on Monday because the gamers get a ultimate likelihood to impress on the worldwide stage, and Ward-Prowse is raring to get the call-up for the World Cup in Qatar.

“It could be particular,” he mentioned. “I’ve to carry out nicely sufficient to get in that squad, and I’m feeling as if I am doing that in the meanwhile.”

England’s 28-man squad in full to face Italy and Germany

Goalkeepers: Dean Henderson, Nick Pope, Aaron Ramsdale.

Defenders: Trent Alexander-Arnold, Ben Chilwell, Conor Coady, Eric Dier, Marc Guehi, Reece James, Harry Maguire, Luke Shaw, John Stones, Fikayo Tomori, Kieran Trippier, Kyle Walker.

Midfielders: Jude Bellingham, Mason Mount, Kalvin Phillips, Declan Rice, James Ward-Prowse.

Forwards: Tammy Abraham, Jarrod Bowen, Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Harry Kane, Bukayo Saka, Raheem Sterling, Ivan Toney.

Capello: Are England mentally sturdy sufficient to win World Cup?

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Fabio Capello displays on his time as England boss which he says was a really proud time in his profession. He additionally offers his views on present supervisor Gareth Southgate in addition to England’s probabilities on the World Cup

In the meantime, Fabio Capello has spoken to Sky Sports activities, giving his views on present Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate in addition to England’s probabilities on the World Cup.

The previous England boss has questioned whether or not England’s gamers are sturdy sufficient mentally to raise the trophy.

“I am actually to see who comes out on high on the World Cup in Qatar,” he instructed Sky Sports activities.

“As a former England coach after I coached the group in September, October and November, we have been able to face the very best sides on this planet.

“In March and April, it was so-so as a result of the bodily stage was dropping and we then discovered it very robust in June.

“I wish to check my idea that England are an important aspect on this interval of the 12 months, so moreover having proficient gamers and a high coach, can they actually be aggressive and win a significant match such because the World Cup?”

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Rob Dorsett says Ivan Toney is more likely to make his England debut towards both Germany or Italy after Southgate known as up the Brentford striker for the primary time. He additionally discusses the omission of Jadon Sancho

He added: “You mentioned Southgate is beneath strain. The one doubt that I’ve is within the gamers’ heads.

“The English gamers really feel a way of duty. They may get near success after which really feel that sense of duty as a weight on their shoulders.

“If we have a look at the second half of the [Euros] ultimate towards Italy after scoring, they stopped enjoying and what amazed me was they have been already time losing on half-hour. They have been time losing and did not wish to play anymore, so that they did not. That appears to be a psychological downside. It is both a bodily or psychological downside.

“That’s what we’ll discover out after the World Cup in Qatar.”

England’s World Cup group B fixtures

England manager Gareth Southgate during the UEFA Nations League match at the Molineux Stadium, Wolverhampton. Picture date: Tuesday June 14, 2022.

November 21: Iran (Khalifa Worldwide Stadium, Al Rayyan) – kick-off 1pm

November 25: USA (Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor) – kick-off 7pm

November 29: Wales (Ahmed bin Ali Stadium, Al Rayyan) – kick-off 7pm

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