‘He’s in the form of his LIFE’: It’s time for Gareth Southgate to unleash ‘fearless’ Phil Foden and let him set England’s World Cup alight, Micah Richards tells WORLD CUP CONFIDENTIAL ahead of crunch Wales clash
- England boss Gareth Southgate’s doubts over Phil Foden have been questioned
- Sportsmail columnist Micah Richards has insisted the Man City star is ‘fearless’
- Southgate’s Three Lions face Wales in a group-defining clash on Tuesday night
- Richards was speaking to Sportsmail’s Ian Ladyman, Ian Herbert and Dom King
- Gareth Bale losing his mojo was discussed in today’s World Cup Confidential too
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Gareth Southgate‘s doubts over England midfielder Phil Foden are being questioned again – with Sportsmail columnist Micah Richards insisting the Manchester City star can be thrown in the deep end with a World Cup start against Wales on Tuesday.
Also in today’s WORLD CUP CONFIDENTIAL:
- England’s youngest ever defender Richards says the Three Lions ‘should beat Wales 3-0 or 4-0’ in the defining ‘Battle of Britain’ which will help decide Group B.
- And Sportsmail’s believes Wales talisman Gareth Bale has lost his mojo at the Qatar tournament.
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Daily Mail writers Ian Ladyman, Ian Herbert and Dominic King, as well as columnist Micah Richards, were speaking as part of Sportsmail and MailPlus’s daily videocast ‘World Cup Confidential’.
It appears on MailOnline every morning of the tournament and can be found on our YouTube channel.
Gareth Southgate’s doubts over Phil Foden have been questioned – with Sportsmail’s Micah Richards insisting the Manchester City star can handle the pressure of a start against Wales