March 15, 2018 England manager Gareth Southgate during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Jason Cairnduff
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England manager Gareth Southgate said Thursday his players are "desperate" to go to the World Cup in Russia despite soaring political tensions between London and Moscow over the poisoning of an ex-spy.Southgate said there are no plans for a boycott by the team, although the security of players and staff would be taken into consideration.The FA said only a threat to security would force a rethink on England's participation.Southgate said his side could suffer if England fans decide against travelling to the tournament.
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