Wilshere backs Howe to take charge of England if Southgate leaves

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Jack Wilshere sees Eddie Howe as a suitable replacement if Gareth Southgate decides to step down as England manager.

Southgate is considering his future after England’s World Cup exit by France. And if he decides to step down, it would mean “The Three Lions” to quickly find a new manager with only 18 months left before Euro 2024.

And if Southgate does step down, Wilshere will want Howe to step.

“If Gareth Southgate leaves as England manager, I’d love the FA to try to bring in Eddie . Howe,” Wilshere wrote in his column,

“I knew how good Eddie was from my time at Bournemouth but people questioned whether he could step up to manage a big club.”

“He’s now showing at Newcastle how good he is at developing players and turning them into title contenders

. club to manage the national team And I’m not sure they can do it ′ The UFABET report

′ Eddie may think it’s too fast for him and he wants to spend more time creating success with Newcastle. “

But England is the top of every England coach and would be hard to turn down if the right offer was offered to him.”

Southgate has been praised for making England players As the team became more united and the atmosphere within the team improved over the course of his six years in charge

, Wilshere felt Howe had the same player-management qualities. He also compared him to former Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger.

“Eddie is meticulous in everything he does. From the way he manages the season, to his well-planned training sessions, the attention he has for individual players,

he’s a top manager with player management. Sand Wenger was the boss before I moved to Bournemouth and he is also a great player management manager. But the way is different to Eddie ′

′ Arsene will give you a lot of confidence and confidence and let you work. Not as good as Arsenal’s ′

′ Eddie needs to tutor more players, Arsene doesn’t have to tell Samir Nasri or Thomas Rosicky that he should play during the defensive line yet. Hey Eddie will tell you what to do and give you feedback, not always nice, but will make you want to play for him. I really support him.