England World Cup revellers warned by police after weekend's "shocking behaviour"

England World Cup revellers warned by police after weekend's

Past campaigns at major tournaments have seen England stay in upmarket hotels or glamorous resorts but the manager Gareth Southgate deliberately opted for a quiet location with few distractions.

"At the beginning of this we talked to them about how big it would be if England did well", Southgate said.

"We had events where I met a lot of them, they told me their stories and how many years they've been travelling, watching England and what it means to them".

"I thought we did well, did well".

Police warned England football fans on Monday not to repeat the "shocking behaviour" that followed Saturday's World Cup quarterfinal win over Sweden.

"It's about keeping performing and getting better, and the more games you play, the better you become".

Seaman is now backing England to overcome Croatia in Wednesday's semi-final and set up what he believes will be a final showdown against Belgium next weekend. Both teams won the trophy as hosts of the tournament.

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England shut out Sweden and advanced to the semifinals for the first time since 1990, and fans in the United Kingdom went berserk with joy.

The company said it was "aware" of the incident and congratulated England on its win. Federation Internationale de Football Association said it was investigating.In the other semi-final, in Saint Petersburg on Tuesday, Belgium, who conquered Neymar's Brazil in the quarter-finals, take on France, who saw off Uruguay.

"So we'll just have to assess people as we go".

Southgate has made bold decisions to cast aside Jack Wilshere, Rooney and Hart among others, and then replaced them with inexperienced players.

The two building contractors from Cheltenham, western England, who drove all the way out to Russia in their Mercedes van last month, watched their team defeat Sweden in Saturday's quarter final in the Russian city of Samara.

Joe said the mood among England fans was excitable. Sweden managed to survive a group with Germany, Mexico and South Korea, only to lose to Germany in the final seconds of the game.

Manchester United's Young, who picked up an ankle injury against Colombia, has also improved with rest and rehab work on Wednesday.

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