Southgate is one of the least experienced first-team managers to be entrusted with one of the most high-profile jobs in football.
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Gareth Southgate will remain in charge of England's national team.Southgate was hastily promoted from the under-21 team in September when Allardyce was forced out after one game over unguarded comments to undercover reporters posing as businessmen. Southgate was unbeaten in his four games as interim coach, winning two World Cup qualifiers, drawing another and also drawing a friendly with Spain. Although Southgate has spent three years within the FA, he is one of the least experienced first-team managers to be entrusted with one of the most high-profile jobs in world football.
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