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What did Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood do wrong in Iceland?

ENGLAND youngsters Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood were sent home from England's hotel in Iceland for breaking Covid-19 guidelines in September of last year. The pair snuck in two Icelandic girls to the England hotel which resulted in pictures of the three lions stars being leaked on social media. WIN...
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Phil Foden is the Cover Star of i-D Magazine Summer 2021 Issue

Manchester City and the England national team midfielder Phil Foden takes the cover of i-D Magazine‘s New Worldwi-De edition lensed by fashion photographer Alasdair McLellan. In charge of styling was Max Pearmain, who for the cover selected Pringle of Scotland jumper and Anderson & Sheppard polo shirt. Beauty is work of hair stylist Matt Mulhall, and makeup artist Anne Sophie Costa using M·A·C Cosmetics, both represented by Streeters. Casting direction by Samuel Ellis Scheinman at DMCASTING, and production by Ragi Dholakia Productions.

Watch: England’s Phil Foden kills the ball with beautifully athletic touch

Phil Foden is an outrageously gifted footballer and demonstrated this during England’s Euro opener against Croatia. Foden’s performances for Manchester City during their 2020-21 title-winning season earned him a starting spot for Sunday’s match at Wembley. And, after rattling the post with a curled shot after only five minutes, the...

The best of Phil Foden

At the age of just 21, the Stockport-born City fan has become a key member of Pep Guardiola's swash-buckling squad, playing an integral role of our superb Premier League and Carabao Cup successes - and our road to our first Champions League Final. In recognition of an outstanding personal campaign,...
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Euro 2020: Jack Grealish, Phil Foden or Raheem Sterling? Who will emerge as England’s super-sub?

No matter who Gareth Southgate selects tomorrow to face Croatia, there is an inevitability about fans grumbling about those players that miss out.England can now boast genuine top class depth out wide and in support of Harry Kane, which should boost their chances this summer when combined with Uefa introducing up to five substitutions.With none of Jack Grealish, Phil Foden, Raheem Sterling, Jadon Sancho and Marcus Rashford guaranteed to start, Southgate will be cognisant of how to use his weapons from the bench.If England are to prosper in the knock-out stages, where they may well collide with the reigning...

Jose Mourinho names HIS England team to face Croatia and tells Gareth Southgate to bin five at the back and unleash Mason Mount, Phil Foden AND 'Figo-like' Jack Grealish together to win Euro 2020

Jose Mourinho has gone against his pragmatic instincts and urged Gareth Southgate to scrap a back-five and unleash his attacking stars against Croatia in England's opening Euro 2020 game. The former Tottenham boss believes Southgate's men should aim to dominate possession and try to take control of the game against...
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Raheem Sterling is set to START England's Euro 2020 opener against Croatia with Gareth Southgate picking him alongside Harry Kane and Mason Mount... meaning two of Marcus Rashford, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish will miss out at Wembley

Gareth Southgate is set to unleash an array of attacking talent against Croatia on Sunday with Raheem Sterling winning his race to start the European Championship opener. Sterling was awarded an MBE on Friday night in the Queen's Birthday honours for services to racial equality. 'It's a proud moment - not just for myself but for my family,' he said. England team-mate Jordan Henderson won an MBE too, for services to charity.
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Mason Mount, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish can be key England figures, Kyle Walker claims

Kyle Walker believes England could be on the verge of something special if the trio of Mason Mount, Phil Foden and Jack Grealish can shine at the European Championship. The Three Lions open their Euro 2020 campaign against Group D rivals Croatia at Wembley on Sunday as speculation over who Gareth Southgate will select in his starting XI begins to increase.

Phil Foden can wow the world like I did back in 1998, says Michael Owen, as he hails 'effortless and fearless' Man City star ahead of England's Euro 2020 campaign... but he insists this team won't ever be as good as the 'Golden Generation' he played in

Michael Owen believes Phil Foden can make a similar jaw-dropping impact for England this summer as he did at the 1998 World Cup. The Liverpool striker was just 18 when he announced himself on the world stage by scoring against Romania and then memorably against Argentina during the tournament held in France.

Roy Keane admits he once had a DONER KEBAB hours before a cup game with Manchester United... and insists improvement in diets will see the likes of Phil Foden play at elite level for as long as Cristiano Ronaldo

Roy Keane has admitted he once chowed down on a doner kebab just three hours before a top level match with Manchester United, during a revealing chat with his fellow commentator Micah Richards. The Sky Sports duo have continued their Road to Wembley series ahead of the upcoming European championships,...
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Paul Gascoigne urges Phil Foden to be ‘greedier’ to inspire England at Euro 2020

Paul Gascoigne has urged Phil Foden to be “greedier” to take his game to the next level with England at Euro 2020.The Manchester City star has been likened to the former Three Lions talisman and even bleached his hair ahead of the opener against Croatia, replicating Gascoigne’s haircut at Euro 96.Jack Grealish has also been compared to Gascoigne, and the former Newcastle and Tottenham midfielder concedes there are also shades of his game in the Aston Villa star.“Jack Grealish is good,” Gascoigne told the Mail when asked if there is anybody in Gareth Southgate’s squad that has a similar game...
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Phil Foden admits to ‘massive mistake’ during Iceland trip but grateful for Euro 2020 second chance

Phil Foden has admitted he made a “massive mistake” by breaching the England camp’s Covid-19 protocols in Iceland last year but thanked Gareth Southgate for the chance to rebuild his international career.The Manchester City youngster’s first call-up to the senior squad last September ended in him and Mason Greenwood being sent home early as punishment for meeting up with two women at the team hotel in Reykjavik.Both players were overlooked for the subsequent October internationals but Foden returned the following month and has emerged as a key member of Southgate’s set-up in the time since, scoring twice in his...