Gareth Southgate has turned to technology in a bid to keep England’s chances of winning Euro 2021. Euro 2021 fans can book England Vs Czech Republic Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

The Euros have been put on hold until next summer due to the coronavirus crisis that has forced all top level football to be suspended until further notice. But this hasn’t stopped Southgate from continuing with his preparations for the tournament – even though it won’t kick off for another 15 months.

Euro 2021: Gareth Southgate turns to technology to keep England ready for the tournament
Euro 2021: Gareth Southgate turns to technology to keep England ready for the tournament

The Three Lions boss has been spending his time in lockdown watching countless hours of video footage of England’s opponents. Southgate asked members of the FA’s technical team to send him as much film as possible on rival teams and players to his £4m, Grad I luxury mansion in Swinsty, on the outskirts of Harrogate.

But he has been determined to use the time to study the strengths and weaknesses of the teams England will face in the group stages – as well as the elite European sides he will have to outwit if he is to conquer Europe next summer. Euro 2021 fans can book England Euro Cup Tickets on our website on exclusively discounted prices.

A source said: “He has used the lockdown as an exercise to focus on certain projects – and one of them is to watch hours of footage of teams, players and the elite teams standing between England and winning the Euros.”

Euro 2021: Gareth Southgate turns to technology to keep England ready for the tournament
Euro 2021: Gareth Southgate turns to technology to keep England ready for the tournament

England have been drawn against Croatia and the Czech Republic in the group stages. But Southgate knows the real test of England’s credentials will come against the likes of France, Holland, Belgium and Spain – and has been keen to do as much homework as possible on these four powerhouses.

Southgate, who has also spent time running and walking his dogs, is expected to take a 30 per cent wage cut this week. The England manager will give up almost £1m of his £3m-a-year salary as part of the FA’s attempt to cope with the financial impact of the pandemic.

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