England's Interim manager Gareth Southgate watches his players from the touchline during the friendly international football match between England and Spain at Wembley Stadium, north-west London, on November 15, 2016.
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Gareth Southgate took another step toward becoming England's next full-time manager following a formal interview with football Association officials Monday.FA chief executive Martin Glenn said last week there was no doubt Southgate was eager to succeed Allardyce.Southgate made his case Monday at the FA's St. George's Park training base in Burton before a panel comprising of Glenn, FA chairman Greg Clarke, FA technical director Dan Ashworth and Howard Wilkinson, chairman of England's League Managers' Association.
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