Former striker Heskey supports Southgate: Hes not suddenly a bad manager

Emile Heskey finds the criticism of Gareth Southgate, Englands national coach, disproportionate. The former striker calls for more rest in the English camp, where the bomb appears to burst after a series of dramatic matches.
Last week, England tied 3-3 against Germany and ended without a win in the Nations League. Those disappointing results came to Southgate with a lot of criticism. The Athletic even tipped off a remarkable successor in the name of Sarina Wiegman.
According to Heskey, who played 62 international matches for his country, the criticism is somewhat opportunistic. None of these players are suddenly bad. The same goes for the manager. I think you should give him the opportunity to turn things around and get the players to play football again, said Heskey in conversation with Stats Perform.
The losing finalist of the last European Championships will start the World Cup in Qatar on November 21. In the first group game, Iran is the opponent. Later, it will play against The United States and Wales.