This Gareth Southgate lookalike is from Surrey

This Gareth Southgate lookalike is from Surrey

"Southgate is a gentleman to use old-fashioned language".

Southgate's approach, refreshingly free of the usual football management cliches, has had an impact beyond that of his tone, however.

A key feature of this tournament has been the video clips of huge crowds of England supporters back home hurling pints everywhere each time England score and viral social media memes and posts have entertained the nation nearly as much as the football. They look like the country we've become, and they too are behaving like admirable men.

"We think it's right that people put on a waistcoat and enjoy the chance to win their very own VIP experience".

Sweden's gritty performances in Russian Federation that ended with a 2-0 defeat to England in their quarter-final indicate a bright, if not very entertaining, future for Janne Andersson's side.

On the surface at least, football appears to have healed some of the division caused by the referendum. The record audience watched as Iceland left with a draw against Argentina, one of the favorites of the World Cup.

"But they can also reveal gulfs".

The charity Bloodwise has also suggested a Waistcoat Wednesday drive for the day of England's semi-final game against Croatia.

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He and Dier said the team's psychologist Pippa Grange should take credit for the mental shift in the England squad.

The Repino beachfront, separated from England's hotel by a main road, has the atmosphere of faded glory, with a few restaurants including the popular Stroganoff Bar & Grill but certainly not the high-end establishments Premier League footballers are accustomed to. We are a young side, but we're an experienced young side, as daft as that sounds.

In the 76-year-old's opinion, the clear parallel between this England team and the 1966 group is the man in charge. "He knows what traps to avoid".

Southgate had two managerial roles prior to being appointed England manager in 2016.

Russia Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev called the team's performance "magnificent", saying the tournament would change the face of football in the host nation.

After needing a last minute goal from Harry Kane to dispatch Tunisia 2-1, England then dismantled Panama 6-1 to seal their progression to the last 16.

"It's all there, it's all apparent and we've just got to prepare them as well as we can for the game".

"The players have a voice, too. Maybe that's because they are quite young and have their careers still in front of them".