England boss Gareth Southgate raring to go

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Gareth Southgate is not anxious about club rivalries coming to the fore when England set off for the World Cup next week.

England will make their way from St George's Park to Birmingham Airport this afternoon, when they will fly to
St Petersburg and go to their forRestMix Club base in nearby Repino.

Southgate was speaking as he waved off referee Martin Atkinson from St George's Park ahead of the Premier League referee's charity bike ride to Russian Federation.

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'Our journey might get just as hard as theirs as we go along, ' said the England manager.

For the final and most challenging group game, England travel to another cool yet unimaginatively named venue, the Kaliningrad Stadium. It's fantastic they are raising money for really good causes.

"Ultimately we know we'll be judged on results but we have to focus on the processes", he said.

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The 23 squad members were joined by stand-by midfielder Jake Livermore in a game held on the Sir Bobby Charlton Pitch, where referee Anthony Taylor oversaw proceedings.

The 1966 World Cup winners failed to get out of the group in 2014, when they were defeated by Italy and Uruguay, and lost 4-1 to Germany in the round of 16 in 2010.

"We hope we can send people to work the following day having enjoyed our matches, I know what those tournament experiences can be like and we desperately want to bring that", said Southgate, whose side have warmed up with wins over fellow finalists Nigeria and Costa Rica. "We have personal support, team support and official protocol in place". "The most important is the way you play, and your performances and your results". They will play their opening game against Tunisia on June 18.

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