Conor Coady already part of England leadership group after strong start to international career

“There were so many positives internally for us a group in terms of the steps we’ve made in players understanding how we want to play, the number of young players who have come in and played so well, a lot of new players that we’ve found in terms of their performances that they’re going to add to the squad and possibly to the team.

“So I leave here frustrated that two decisions have cost us the game but in the end I’m so proud of what the players have done and the way they’ve been across the 10 days.

“They’re a joy to work with. They are growing in resilience. They know how the level of training has to be every day. They know what’s expected of each other.”

PA

Source: Read Full Article