Mount and Chilwell have great doubts about the conflict between Germany and England, worried about the “psychological” trauma of self-isolation
GARETH SOUTHGATE admitted that Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell may miss the England-Germany match despite their withdrawal from self-isolation due to the coronavirus.
This pair Forced to quarantine After contact with Scottish star Billy Gilmore before his positive test.
England club welcome mountainChilwell, 22 and 24, left the quarantine less than 18 hours before the start of the game on Tuesday.
Owner Southgate (Southgate) outlined his fear of the “psychological” effects of staying alone in a hotel room for a long time.
He told ITV in advance Netherlands vs. Czech Republic: “It’s very complicated.
“In general, they have to work entirely on their own. They have been able to work in very small and far away group training, and they have not been able to participate in any complete team training courses.
“The guidance from Public Health England is very clear and very specific. We have to follow this.”
When choosing the pair of partners on Tuesday night, he said: “This is something we must consider, not only the training part, but also the psychological part.
“They have to spend a lot of time in their own room, so this is a very difficult situation, first for the two boys.
“You came to an important game, you want to be a part of everything, but they have to be isolated and helpless during this time, which is difficult for anyone.
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“For us, we must make decisions as we progress.
The Three Lions duo officially lifted their isolation early on Tuesday morning, after which Southgate will select his team.
He pointed out: “They were completely isolated at midnight the night before the game, so we will be able to talk to them a little more than now.
“I had to reconvene the meeting with other members of the team over the Zoom phone.”
Germany Go to Wembley for the 5pm game A place against Sweden or Ukraine in the quarter-finals.
Southgate refutes that Joachim Low’s team is weaker than Past version of the team.
Although everyone is dismissive of them, Germany has very, very experienced large players.
The 50-year-old added: “We must be good enough to beat Germany, and we are a very good German team.
“They have at least four World Cup champions, countless Champions League titles. So although everyone is firing them, [they have] Very, very experienced large game player.
“We know that this game can easily fall behind for a long time in the game.
“They come from a very strong team and we must do our best to win the game.”
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