Shocking 83% of England fans want Gareth Southgate OUT with Three Lions on worst run in 22 years ahead of World Cup

    AN ASTONISHING 83-per-cent of England fans want Gareth Southgate OUT with just one game to go before the 2022 Qatar World Cup.

    The Three Lions were relegated from their Nations League group following a 1-0 loss to Italy at the San Siro.

    A large majority of England fans on a SunSport poll want Southgate gone

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    A large majority of England fans on a SunSport poll want Southgate goneCredit: Rex
    The Three Lions are without a win in five games

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    The Three Lions are without a win in five gamesCredit: Getty

    Giacomo Raspadori’s second half strike was the difference.

    To make matters worse, England are without a win in five games and haven’t scored a goal in open play in over 450 minutes of football.

    It’s also England’s worst run in 22 years.

    All of this, of course, is unfolding just months ahead of a World Cup that not long ago England were considered one of the favourites to win.

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    And England have just one more game to prepare for Qatar, which is against rivals Germany at Wembley on Monday.

    But ahead of England’s meeting with the Germans, 83-per-cent of Three Lions fans want Southgate GONE, according to a SunSport Twitter poll.

    Southgate and Co were booed at the San Siro after the final whistle, but the boss feels the performance was a “step in the right direction”.

    He said: “I personally felt the performance was a step in the right direction.

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    “But I appreciate because of the result that won’t be the reaction.”

    On being met with boos, he added: “I understand the reaction at the end, as that’s the results we’ve had. It’s an emotional reaction.”

    Italy boss Roberto Mancini has also backed England as one of the favourites to become world champions DESPITE Friday’s loss.

    The Italian said: “England is one of the best teams in the world.

    “They lose the game, but they have a good chance of winning the World Cup.”

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