Kane expects 'brave' and 'aggressive' England in Russian Federation
Jun 12 2018 by Marjorie Miles
The Three Lions have often capitulated in shootout scenarios at major global tournaments having been knocked out of the World Cups in 1990, 1998 and 2006 on penalties.
England's players were wished good luck by their partners on social media as they started their trip to Russian Federation.
"So, there's a balance of how much you think you need physically, and how much mentally the players, do they want another game?"
England national team captain, Harry Kane, believes that their team can achieve the World Cup title in Russian Federation and win their first title since the 1966 World Cup.
If England finish second in Group G, they will face the victor of Group H which, according to world rankings, should be POLAND, although Colombia, Senegal and Japan are other potential opponents at this stage.
'Our journey might get just as hard as theirs as we go along, ' said the England manager.
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"Ultimately we know we'll be judged on results but we have to focus on the processes", he said. "But for us it's to play attacking football, to score, and that's important", he said. "We have personal support, team support and official protocol in place".
"I'd love to win everything with Tottenham, but for me personally the World Cup outweighs them all". "We aim to provide really rewarding experiences for customers in our business and, through this relationship, we look forward to rewarding Spurs fans wherever they follow the club".
He struggled for form during England's dismal Euro 2016 campaign when they were knocked out by Iceland in the Round of 16.
"But I think people see signs of progress and enjoy watching us and the manner in which we try to play". We are just trying to improve every day we work together.
"What we want is, and I'm not going to give you a stage in the tournament. but, I'm going to give it away slightly, we haven't won a knockout game since 2006", the FA's chief executive Martin Glenn told the Daily Telegraph.