Adam Lallana says he’s ready for a new journey with the England national side after a miserable summer in France.
“I think it will always hurt anyone who was involved but we have to move on – it’s all we can do,” Lallana said (via Echo).
England, of course, were dumped out of the Euros in the last 16 by Iceland after managing to win just one of their four games in the competition. Even that solitary win only came in the final minute against Wales and a moment of Sturridge magic.
Roy Hodgson deservedly lost his job as a result – though most fans thought it was two years too late after the horror show in Brazil.
“We should have beaten Iceland and we know we should have done.
“What’s important now is how we react and work with the new manager.
“It’s no good sulking and worrying about whether he’s going to pick me. The gaffer said he’s going to put trust in us – that’s important and we respect that.
“We have a new manager, a lot of new staff and a few new players and it is important we go on a new journey.”
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