However, he is now making it clear that the likes of Ruben Loftus-Cheek, with 33 minutes for Chelsea this season, and Fabian Delph, who has not featured at all for City, might have to be excluded if they do not start playing more regularly before the game in Rijeka on 12 October and, three days later, at the Estadio Benito Villamarín in Seville. "Harry falls in the category in which we have several players where we have to watch how much they play".
England fans took to social media to vent their frustration at the fact that the Manchester United forward was not given starting opportunities for England in Russian Federation. Everybody has got to play a part in that but the clubs own the player and they have got to do the right thing for themselves.
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"He has still played a lot of football, although maybe not the continuous starts, and I'm really pleased for him that he leaves here full of confidence". I thought Dele's performance was good against Spain.
Foden has played just eight minutes this season and for that reason Southgate continues to exclude him. "So numerous lads were playing their first 45 minutes of the season", he said.
"He would have been a bit disappointed about the amount of time he had at the World Cup, but it was important especially to get him in the penalty box and remembering the areas he needs to be scoring goals from, and so his confidence will be boosted I'm sure, two goals against top-quality opposition in both games".
'So I am hopeful next month we have a slightly different situation, because the problem we are faced with is whether we pick lesser players who are up to speed or we pick what we believe are the best players and accept that, for some of the younger ones in particular, they might have not had as much game time.