England will be “better” during subsequent year’s World Cup, a arch executive of a Football Association vowed on Thursday after revelation fans were right to be “incredibly angry” about their ashamed European Championship exit to Iceland.
Martin Glenn announced that manager Gareth Southgate had begun to tackle a psychological “brittleness” he blamed for a country’s steady disaster on a biggest theatre and that there would be no repeat of one of a many degrading defeats in their story during subsequent summer’s tournament.
Speaking before a World Cup qualifier opposite Slovenia, that saw England tip Group F with one compare to spare, Glenn pronounced of their startle last-16 Euro 2016 defeat: “The Iceland thing was just, ‘Shame. We’ve got to learn from it’. We are training from it, and we’ll be improved in Russia.”
Speaking during a Leaders Sport Business Summit, he combined of a Iceland result: “In situations like that, there is genuine anger.
“You’re angry. And, when you’re angry, we wish someone to blame. And a right people to censure are a FA since we’re singly in assign of that team. So, understandably, people were impossibly angry.