Why Phil Foden won't be constrained by usual shackles on England players | Barney Ronay

03 July 2020 05:00
He will do well at Manchester City, but for the national side he represents a genuine point of difference in a midfield too conservative to succeed regularlyThere’s a game you can play that involves listing the most random internet voice to have brought you a disproportionately grave piece of world news. This is something that happens more and more at a time when just having internet access means everyone, everywhere is suddenly a source of breaking news.And so we get to hear about the abdication of the Queen via a retweet from the bass player in Shed Seven, or discover Europe is about to be consumed by a tsunami through a trending online spat between Fiona Bruce and Darren Bent. This is the way now. The apocalypse won’t announce itself with a flash of light or an asteroid on the horizon, but via a sad-faced emoji from a recently retired New Zealand fast bowler. Related: Can Manchester United sustain revival under Ole Gunnar Solskjær? | Jamie Jackson Continue readingreadfullarticle

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