England Training - St Georgeâ€™s Park - 21/3/17 England's Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, Jamie Vardy, Gary Cahill, James Ward-Prowse and manager Gareth Southgate during training. (Reuters / Lee Smith)
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DORTMUND, Germany:England manager Gareth Southgate says the death threats Jamie Vardy received in the wake of Claudio Ranieri's sacking will not affect the striker in Wednesday's friendly away to Germany.Southgate says Vardy has his full support, but is convinced the striker will focus on his job of scoring goals against world champions Germany in Dortmund.When the nations last met in March 2016, Vardy came off the bench to net a second-half goal as England came from two goals down to beat Germany 3-2 in Berlin.
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