England interim manager Gareth Southgate during the press conference Action. Images via Reuters / John Sibley Livepic
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Gareth Southgate says he wants to know within weeks whether he will be England's next permanent manager.Southgate has been in charge for England's past three games, including England's 3-0 win over old rivals Scotland in a World Cup qualifier at Wembley Friday, a labored victory over Malta and a goalless draw away to Slovenia.England captain Wayne Rooney will not start the friendly against Spain after missing training Monday, manager.Rooney sat out the session due to minor issues and Southgate confirmed that Liverpool midfielder Jordan Henderson will lead the team against the 2010 world champions at Wembley Tuesday.
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