Tuesday, Dec 06, 2022

Gary Cahill vows to fight for England future under Sam Allardyce

Gary Cahill was regularly picked by Roy Hodgson and was part of the squad that suffered a defeat by Iceland in the last 16 of the Euro 2016.

Gary Cahill, Gary Cahill England, Gary Cahill Football, Gary Cahill Chelsea, Sam Allardyce England, Sam Allardyce Football, Sam Allardyce Manager, Football, Sports news, Sports Gary Cahill has 47 caps for England. (Source: AP)

Defender Gary Cahill has said he is ready to prove his worth to new England manager Sam Allardyce to retain his place in the national team.

The 30-year-old, who has 47 caps for England, was regularly picked by former manager Roy Hodgson and was part of the squad that suffered an embarrassing defeat by Iceland in the last 16 of the Euro 2016.

“I’m looking to keep involved and keep that shirt. I am excited to be working under Sam,” Cahill told British media.

“I’m looking to impress him at the start of the season and also if I’m fortunate enough to be involved in the squad.

Subscriber Only Stories
JK Cement’s SPSU Udaipur Launches ‘Golden Batch 2022’ In Collaboration Wi...Premium
Appendicitis in Children- A new lifestyle disorderPremium
Using evidence will create strong foundations for the future of education...Premium
Re-Defining The Tradition In Folk Art: An Art Educator’s PerspectivePremium

“It’s going to be interesting to work under him. It’s down to me to play well and make sure I hit the ground running so that I am in the squad.”

Allardyce is known to impose a very direct and combative brand of football on his teams, which led to then-Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho labelling the style of play as ’19th-century football’ when the pair clashed two years ago.

Cahill, however, was keeping an open mind and said he expects a shift in tactics under Allardyce.


“It’s going to be a change. The manager is going to come in and put his ideas over to us,” he said.

“I am excited to get back into the season to try and be a part of his plans. I’m ready for us to buy into his ideas now.”

First published on: 28-07-2016 at 05:20:54 pm
Next Story

Rafael Nadal’s injury situation ‘delicate’: David Ferrer

Latest Comment
Post Comment
Read Comments