Some Liverpool fans want Harry Maguire signed after England heroics

Mae Harvey
July 9, 2018

England defender Kyle Walker has become the latest to make the most of a picture capturing Harry Maguire talking to his girlfriend, going viral on Twitter.

But there appeared to have been an influx of Three Lions supporters compared with the uncharacteristically low turnouts of previous games against Tunisia and Colombia.

"I have been really impressed with how they handle themselves and I really hope they go all the way".

"To be able to play the way I want to play moving forward we need goalkeeper of that ilk".

Let's hope no over-zealous England fans do try anything like that in Russian Federation. They are spoilt kids who earn a lot of money.

Megan donned the very same tee, yet teamed her look with a pair of stylish ripped jeans as she sat alongside the wives and girlfriends for the tense game.

And in Russia England fans were out and about in the host city of Samara, on the banks of the river Volga, on the day before the game, soaking up the hot sun.

"We are having success because we are really grafting for each other, we are playing some good football but we are really working without the ball". Alli went past Jimmy Greaves, who was 22 years and 103 days old when he scored at the 1962 World Cup. "I wish them every bit of luck".

Others had slightly bigger screens at hand, Ben Hine taking a moment outside of the service to tune in on his tablet.

"Finally, I agree with the Italian sports press which showed France as a candidate for the final and England as a good outsider".

BBC television and radio presenter Paddy O'Connell was one of those caught up watching nuptials, but the church was kind enough to offer a score update.

But Southgate has refuted the suggestion, pointing out his squad are a diverse bunch who represent the whole of England and have fought to reach this stage.

Speaking in his post-match press conference, Southgate saluted the work ethic that has propelled his youthful squad to within a game of the World Cup final.

"After a year ago of course there will be more pressure and more eyes on us, but I'm confident come kick-off that they will be ready to go".

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