Raheem Sterling and Gomez - "bust up" at England camp

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  1. Chris Holmes

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    https://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/f...Sterling-Joe-Gomez-BUST-England-training.html

    Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez in BUST-UP at England training just a day after clashing during Liverpool's win against Manchester City as shocked team-mates have to separate them
    • England's preparations for their Euro 2020 qualifiers have been disrupted
    • Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez were involved in a bust-up at St George's Park
    • They had to be separated by shocked team-mates after a physical confrontation
    • Banter about Liverpool's victory over Manchester City had got out of hand
    By MATT HUGHES and SAMI MOKBEL FOR MAILONLINE

    PUBLISHED: 21:45, 11 November 2019 |


    England's preparations for this week's European Championship qualifiers against Montenegro and Kosovo have been disrupted by a bust-up between Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez at St George's Park.

    Sportsmail has been told that the pair had to be separated by shocked team-mates following a physical confrontation on Monday after some banter about Liverpool's 3-1 win over Manchester City the previous day got out of hand.

    Sterling had clashed with Gomez towards the end of the dramatic top-of-the-table clash at Anfield on Sunday which left City nine points behind leaders Liverpool, and the bad blood appears to have spilled over after they reported for England duty the following day.

    What began as light-hearted ribbing about the result and their on-pitch row is understood to have degenerated into another physical confrontation, to the surprise of their team-mates and providing a real test of England's team spirit.

    The bust-up will provide another test of Gareth Southgate's man-management skills ahead of a crucial week that could go a long way towards determining the challenge England will face at next summer's European Championship.

    England only need a point from two matches to qualify, but with Czech Republic just three points behind following last month's surprise defeat in Prague one victory is required to ensure they win the group and book their place as top seeds.

    Much of the success of Southgate's reign has been down to his ability to foster team spirit from a tight-knit group of players, but that may now be tested by the intense rivalry between City and Liverpool.

    Southgate was already planning to have a quiet word with James Madison after the Leicester midfield player opted to visit a casino during England's surprise defeat to Czech Republic last month after he had withdrawn from the squad due to illness, and may now have to address the issue of discipline amongst his players.

    The initial flare-up was triggered by Sterling's attempt to take the ball off Gomez as he pushed forward down the left-wing. Gomez had only been introduced shortly earlier as an 87th-minute substitute, but bore the brunt of Sterling's frustrations following a difficult afternoon in which he was well marshalled by another England team-mate, Trent Alexander-Arnold.

    Sterling backed into Gomez, with the 6ft 2in Liverpool defender responding by giving him a push in the chest as he towered over his 5ft 7in opponent. The City winger responded by deliberately shoving into Gomez's back with his shoulders after referee Michael Oliver had blown his whistle, which led James Milner to intervene by dragging his team-mate away from the incident.
     
  2. Stockton Heath Blue

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    Here's hoping he planted one on the Dipper t**t!
     
  3. YaYa's Left Peg

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    Guess which one will get the blame / dropped?
     
  4. BosnianBlue

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    Gomez, of course. He's nothing in the team, Sterling is half of it.
     
  5. worsleyweb

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    Gobby fucker - no class.
     
  6. chaddblue

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    A gob-shite gloating dipper.... who'd a thought it
     
  7. Fred_Quimby

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    Come on everyone! You all know it was Raheem’s fault.
     
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  8. @BluePhil8

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    Every year they've won it at Christmas, you'd think the thick ****s would have learnt to shut their traps until May but I suppose you can't teach a thick **** how to not be a thick ****.
     
  9. karen7

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    Ha read this bit

    The initial flare-up was triggered by Sterling's attempt to take the ball off Gomez as he pushed forward down the left-wing. Gomez had only been introduced shortly earlier as an 87th-minute substitute, but bore the brunt of Sterling's frustrations following a difficult afternoon in which he was well marshalled by another England team-mate, Trent Alexander-Arnold.

    Poor Gomez,clearly a victim

    This is set up to blame raz when england are useless as usual
     
  10. Semper aggressus

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    Pretty much describes every scouser in the world.
     

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