England star bans family from World Cup over Racism fear

Kane takes the strain during training at the team hotel in Watford yesterday

Kane takes the strain during training at the team hotel in Watford yesterdayEDDIE KEOGH REX

Kane and Cahill both found the net as England beat Nigeria 2-1 at Wembley in the first of two World Cup warmup friendlies on Saturday, with the striker finding the flawless way to mark his first global appearance since being handed the armband on a permanent basis by Gareth Southgate.

"I was getting very angry, very easily", he said.

But Southgate, while defending Rose's position, said the cost of walking off would be too much.

"I was snapping when I got home, friends were asking me to do things and I wouldn't want to go out and I would come home and go straight to bed".

"We've seen the success with the under 17s, the under 20s".

"We get on really well and we're pushing each other every day which is what is best for the team", Pope was quoted as saying by the Burnley Express.

Rose, who will be appearing at his first World Cup, said his family were disappointed by his decision to ask them not to attend.

The Super Eagles will hope to improve in the last warm up game against Czech Republic on June 6, while England are due to finish their preparations for the World Cup with a friendly against Costa Rica in Leeds on June 7.

Harry Kane said rival nations see England as a threat at the World Cup after he urged his team to believe ahead of the Russian Federation showpiece.

Chelsea football club have reacted to the outcome of Super Eagles' pre-World Cup friendly match with England at the Wembley Stadium. "We weigh most days when we get up and that's normally my fighting weight".

Very often, global players have not started off at a big club.

"We've got to get used to playing at different venues", the onetime Middlesbrough manager added.

"With the (England) teams I played in, the (Manchester) United group were exceptional, but outside of that it was only Tony Adams who started at Arsenal and was there all the way through. It was hard to take", he said at England's St George's Park training centre on Tuesday. I don't want to sound like a crybaby. "I do think because the youthfulness, the energy in this team you can feel it".

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