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 By PA Sport

Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino: I would like to coach England one day

Mauricio Pochettino was happy to put Pep Guardiola's 'Harry Kane team' jibe behind him.

Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has said he would like to manage England one day.

Pochettino, interviewed for a book charting Tottenham's title challenge last season and serialised in the Daily Mail, said he would "relish" the chance.

He has coached in England since joining Southampton in 2013, establishing himself as one of the game's leading managers.

And he said: "If I were to be an international manager one day, I'd relish the opportunity to coach the England national team.

"I've...

English talent on par with Spain, Brazil and Argentina - Mauricio Pochettino

Mauricio Pochettino fires back at Pep Guardiola after the Manchester City boss called Spurs the 'Harry Kane team'.

LONDON -- Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino has reiterated that England have the talent to match the best teams in the world, and described his commitment to English players as a "thank you" to his adopted home.

Since arriving at Southampton in 2012, Pochettino has gone against the grain, preferring to promote academy players to the first team, or buy and develop youth, rather than spending big -- a policy he has admitted is "a little bit crazy" for English clubs.

His success at developing players...

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England fans 16th on list of countries requesting World Cup finals tickets

Mark Ogden discusses the frustration of England fans as they watched their team's performance against Slovenia at Wembley.

England fans' apparent apathy towards the national team and next year's World Cup finals in Russia has been illustrated by a lack of ticket requests.

FIFA has told Press Association Sport that English supporters rank a lowly 16th on the list of nations requesting tickets for the game's showpiece tournament.

By contrast England fans were ranked the fifth-highest in attendance at the previous World Cup in Brazil.

Given that only 23 countries have qualified for next year's finals so far, the figure...

 By Chris Wright

Russian Embassy trolls England over World Cup 'surveillance' reports

The FA have reportedly told England players and staff travelling to the World Cup in Russia not to use public Wi-Fi to store sensitive information about tactics and injury issues as it may be susceptible to hacking attacks.

The Daily Star have since produced a paranoid story about England supposedly taking a dedicated surveillance team with them over fears that the host nation might resort to espionage to undermine the Three Lions' chances.

Rather brilliantly, this resulted in them being torn asunder...

England U17s 'playing with maturity' at World Cup - Steve Cooper

Steve Cooper (L) during his team's practice at the Salt Lake Stadium in Kolkata.
Steve Cooper has a chance to lead England to the U17 World Cup.

On the day Gareth Southgate was having to answer questions about England's chances at next summer's World Cup, another team wearing the same shirts left no-one in any doubt about their talent.

On Sunday, the senior team rounded off their qualifying campaign for Russia 2018 with an underwhelming 1-0 win over Lithuania in Vilnius. Hours earlier, the Under-17s started their own World Cup by thumping Chile 4-0 in Kolkata, India.

Southgate and his assistant, Steve Holland, have had two qualifiers to...