‘Psychological brittleness’ caused England’s Euro 2016 exit, says Glenn

• Chief executive says England’s mental preparedness must improve
• FA was right people to blame for Iceland defeat, Glenn believes

Psychological “brittleness” was responsible for England’s failure at Euro 2016 according to the Football Association chief executive, Martin Glenn.

Gareth Southgate’s side will seal qualification for next year’s World Cup with victory against Slovenia at Wembley on Thursday night. Glenn said he and his coach both believe better mental preparedness is key to any future England success.

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• Chief executive says England’s mental preparedness must improve• FA was right people to blame for Iceland defeat, Glenn believesPsychological “brittleness” was responsible for England’s failure at Euro 2016 according to the Football Association chief executive, Martin Glenn.Gareth Southgate’s side will seal qualification for next year’s World Cup with victory against Slovenia at Wembley on Thursday night. Glenn said he and his coach both believe better mental preparedness is key to any future England success. Continue reading…

https://www.theguardian.com/football/2017/oct/05/england-euro-2016-martin-glenn-

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