England coach Gareth Southgate has said that he is determined to help Jadon Sancho.
The young English speedster is experiencing a downturn in form after a bright start to the season. He is still young however and needs help. Hence, his national team manager Gareth Southgate has said that he is ready to help the brilliant young player to recover and get back to his best.
“Any young player is going to have ups and downs,” Three Lions boss Southgate said.
“Jadon has played a lot of football. A couple of games lately he’s gone into physically fatigued. His club have taken the decision to keep playing him because he is a highly important player.
“It was a bit of a mixed bag recently. He was very good against Inter, he had a difficult game against Bayern, but the whole team did.
“I know what has gone on. He came to me at the beginning of the week and we had 25 minutes chatting about everything.
“We have a duty of care, almost, to him, to help him to progress and to develop as much as we can.”
“It’s an enormous challenge that Jadon has taken on, to go to another country,” Southgate added. “There’s the football of course, but he’s also adapting to life and the language.
“He’s done incredibly well, and it’s inevitable that there are going to be games where he’s maybe not as effective.
“But he still has a high level of assists, a high level of goals. He’s a great talent and part of our job is to help him to succeed.”
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