FA to appeal any World Cup ban on Dele Alli

by Wade Massey September 29, 2017, 0:19
FA to appeal any World Cup ban on Dele Alli

There is also a recall for Southampton goalkeeper Fraser Forster, while Dele Alli is included despite the lingering possibility that he might be banned for both games if Federation Internationale de Football Association see fit to punish the Tottenham star for giving the referee/Kyle Walker (depending who you believe) a middle-finger salute during England's last game against Slovakia.

TOTTENHAM midfielder Dele Alli will make the latest England training squad even though he faces a lengthy worldwide ban.

FIFA's disciplinary committee started considering Alli's case on Wednesday and will come to a decision on Thursday - though that decision is likely not to be made public for several days. We run the risk of being a shambles because he might have to be withdrawn. "We hope common sense prevails", he said. We have a situation in midfield where we need more competition and more alternative.

Southgate has named his squad for those two games, with Fabian Delph and Fraser Forster added to the group from the previous round of qualifiers.

"In the middle of the pressure of a game, then everybody can react at different moments in different ways".

"Dele fully understands his responsibilities, he knows that it's something he won't do again".

England boss Gareth Southgate has announced his squad for their final two 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifiers.

The Manchester City midfielder has worked his way back into Pep Guardiola's first-team plans this season and looks set for an extended stint in the team, albeit at left-back, after Benjamin Mendy's injury. He was very important for a period under Roy Hodgson and he has had injury issues.


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