England have not won a major international tournament since 1966. With the likes of Harry Kane, Jadon Sancho, Jack Grealish and Declan Rice in full flow for the Three Lions at this summer’s tournament, hopes are high that this could be the year England claim another tournament triumph to add to their trophy cabinet. Our friends over at The Tactics Show break down England’s tactics, and how they might be able to prove everyone right by winning this summer’s European Championships.
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