Tuesday, 28 November 2017

Jamie Vardy and Harry Kane should lead England's attack - Leicester boss Claude Puel

Leicester City manager Claude Puel has adviced England boss Gareth Southgate to play Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy and Tottenham striker Harry Kane together as a strike partnership.
Kane is first choice for the national team with Southgate often opting to play him as a lone striker, meaning Vardy is a substitute. There have been occasions when the two have been on the pitch at the same time, but that has regularly resulted in Vardy being deployed in a wider position and not through the middle.

Puel said “I think it would be a good opportunity perhaps if they could play together because it would be a good balance between Jamie and Harry. Harry can play a little further back because he likes to play and participate with his team-mates and Jamie likes to take space and play behind the defenders. It is a good balance between them both.”

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