England manager Gareth Southgate leads a training session ahead of Saturday's UEFA Nations League soccer match against Spain, at St Georges' Park, Burton, England, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2018. (Mike Egerton/PA via AP)
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Gareth Southgate has slammed the door on England's old guard as he looks to build on his emerging side's impressive World Cup campaign. Just eight weeks after their first appearance in the World Cup semifinals since 1990, Southgate will be back on the touchline for Saturday's UEFA Nations League opener against Spain at Wembley.Southgate has opted for a young squad, with 28-year-old Fabian Delph the oldest member after Gary Cahill, Jamie Vardy and Ashley Young were ushered out of the group that went to the World Cup.Looking ahead to England's Euro 2020 qualifying fixtures, former Under-21 coach Southgate plans to allow more young players to follow in the footsteps of Marcus Rashford, John Stones, Dele Alli, Raheem Sterling and company.
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