England's interim manager Gareth Southgate gestures during the World Cup group F qualifying soccer match between England and Scotland at the Wembley stadium, London, Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)
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Gareth Southgate has declared he would not be afraid to take on the England manager's job on a permanent basis when his four-game stint as interim head coach ends.The England job is one of the most high-profile roles in world football, obliging incumbents to deal with sky-high expectations, a huge degree of personal scrutiny and an impatient press pack.But when asked if there was any part of him that feared the job, Southgate replied: "No, is the answer.England's win over their old rivals preserved their two-point advantage at the top of UEFA qualifying Group F.While the margin of victory -- thanks to headers from Daniel Sturridge, Lallana and Gary Cahill -- was comfortable, their performance was far from polished.
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