England manager Gareth Southgate has thrown his future in doubt after admitting that he might reconsider his future should he fail in the 2020 Euros.
A win against Montenegro booked England’s place in the competition slated for next year across different cities and another rout against Kosovo ensured that they will be among the seeded teams in the competition’s draw.
The tactician who has started preparations for their World Cup campaign in 2022 in Qatar admitted that the FA team had short and long plans yet he admits there are no guarantees he will definitely be in charge come to the World Cup itself.
“Well, that will depend very much on how we get on next summer,” said the Three Lions boss, who is contracted until after Qatar 2022.
“When you have a week as you’ve had, you sense that people can fall out of love with you and if there isn’t a warmth for you to continue, then that can start to affect the team. So, I’m realistic about how quickly those tides can turn, but we’ve always planned short, mid and long term over the last eight years.
The Three Lions boss is heading to Qatar in December to watch Liverpool’s Club World Cup campaign as he looks at potential team camps.