England Under-21 boss Aidy Boothroyd hopes the heated exchange that transformed their fortunes against Slovakia on Monday "proves to be a turning point". Trailing 1-0 at half-time, England were facing an early exit from the European Championship but rallied to win 2-1. A win against Poland on Thursday will now send England into the last four. Boothroyd said: "There was a lot of angst in the dressing room but we have grown in confidence since that moment."
England Under-21 coach Aidy Boothroyd has warned there are no "second chances" ahead of his team's must-win Euro 2017 group game against Slovakia. The winner of each of the three groups qualifies automatically, with the best second-placed team also going through. And after Friday's goalless draw against Sweden in Poland, he said: "It is an unforgiving set up. "You've got to hit the ground running. We have to win so there's no point trying to shy away from it."
England's next manager must build a strong team identity rather than provide a short-term fix. Roy Hodgson resigned after England suffered a surprise last-16 exit to Iceland at Euro 2016 last week. The Football Association has already spoken to former internationals including Frank Lampard, Rio Ferdinand and Gary Lineker as part of its review.
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