The English Football Association (FA) has confirmed a new contract with Gareth Southgate will expire at the end of the 2022 World Cup at the end of next year. Change to end in December 2024 Southgate enjoyed a performance that satisfies the FA by reaching the 2018 World Cup semi-finals for the first time in 28 years, or since the 1990 World Cup, three years later leading England to the final.
Euro 2020 is the best performance in 55 years since winning the 1966 World Cup. Meanwhile, right-hand man Steve Holland has been offered a contract extension until 2024, as has Southgate. Southgate. Who has been in charge of England since November 2016, has made 68 games in charge, with 44 wins, 10 draws and 14 losses. And will have at least two more tournaments, the 2022 World Cup, in Kathmandu. Tar and Euro 2024 in Germany for leading the Three Lions to the title.
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