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good morning, welcome to bbc news. i'm victoria derbyshire. here are the latest headlines in the uk and around the world: not long now! it's all set for tomorrow night at wembley — a clash between england and italy to crown the winners of euro 2020. england captain harry kane wants to win it for supporters. i know they will all be there cheering us on around the country, and we just can't wait and we will hopefully try to win the game for them. italy are unbeaten after 33 matches, so expectations are sky—high there too, with fans desperately hoping their team can bring home their second euros trophy. fully vaccinated nhs staff could be let off having to self—isolate after contact with someone with covid, to try to tackle staff shortages.
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haiti descends into chaos after their president was assassinated — it urges the united nations and the united states to send in troops. tomorrow evening the most important match the england men's football team have played in 55 years will get under way. victory against italy would be the first major tournament wind for england since the 1966 world cup. england captain harry kane has encouraged his team to enjoy this moment of history as millions across england prepare for the biggest match in decades. helena wilkinson reports.
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the excitement is palpable, the anticipation almost unbearable. these children cannot wait until tomorrow's match. after each england game, they've been out on the streets waving their flags. as england fans count down the hours, they're making sure their support is seen. everything that can be decked out with an england flag has been. millions will be watching from homes, and pubs which will be allowed to stay open an extra 45 minutes, in case of extra time and penalties. wembley will be filled with around 60,000 supporters. england captain harry kane says the support means everything to the team. obviously going into the tournament where we play a lot of games at home, it's important to have that
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connection and we definitely feel like we've had that, so, yeah, they'll all be there cheering us on around the country and we just can't wait to hopefully, yeah, try and win the game for them. as the match gets under way tomorrow, spare a thought for this divided household. chef giuseppe is italian. his wife sarah is english. half the family are english, half the family italian. i'm thinking after all these years maybe england deserve to win, but obviously inside me, i want italy to win. at the end of this, one of us is going to be really, really sad. and i want it to be you, not me. not long to wait now to see whether england's dreams really will come true. helena wilkinson, bbc news. let's talk to england supporter emma peach, who runs the three lions pub in stourport and has been showing
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all the games on a big screen for punters to watch, and samantha rushton from aston fields social club. let's speak now to samantha rushton from aston fields social club. what is the plan for tomorrow night? we are all set and ready. we have got a projector upstairs, we have got a projector upstairs, we have got three television is actually in the main club downstairs, and two or three tvs outside. how many tvs in total? it's about six or seven. haw total? it's about six or seven. how many peeple _ total? it's about six or seven. how many peeple are _ total? it's about six or seven. how many people are you _ total? it's about six or seven. how many people are you expecting? total? it's about six or seven. how. many people are you expecting? we are many people are you expecting? - are expecting to be full, not short on numbers. we will see, but it is quite a big club, so it could be a couple of hundred.— quite a big club, so it could be a couple of hundred. since you have been able to _ couple of hundred. since you have been able to reopen, _ couple of hundred. since you have been able to reopen, it _ couple of hundred. since you have been able to reopen, it must - couple of hundred. since you have been able to reopen, it must be . been able to reopen, it must be rocking in there, is it? it been able to reopen, it must be rocking in there, is it?— been able to reopen, it must be rocking in there, is it? it has been amazin: , rocking in there, is it? it has been amazing. it _ rocking in there, is it? it has been amazing. it has — rocking in there, is it? it has been amazing, it has been _ rocking in there, is it? it has been amazing, it has been fantastic - rocking in there, is it? it has been amazing, it has been fantastic to i amazing, it has been fantastic to see everybody back in, and the
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tournament has helped the club fantastically. in tournament has helped the club fantastically.— tournament has helped the club fantasticall . , ., ., ., , fantastically. in terms of how many ints ou fantastically. in terms of how many pints you have _ fantastically. in terms of how many pints you have been _ fantastically. in terms of how many pints you have been pulling, - fantastically. in terms of how many pints you have been pulling, and i fantastically. in terms of how many l pints you have been pulling, and how many you expect to pull tomorrow, what do you reckon?— many you expect to pull tomorrow, what do you reckon? gosh, i wouldn't even want to — what do you reckon? gosh, i wouldn't even want to imagine _ what do you reckon? gosh, iwouldn't even want to imagine how— what do you reckon? gosh, i wouldn't even want to imagine how many. - what do you reckon? gosh, i wouldn't even want to imagine how many. i - even want to imagine how many. i just know the team have been absolutely amazing all the way through the tournament. they have worked really hard. people behind the bars, we have got our runners, they have all been super. they will be super, super busy tomorrow. minn; be super, super busy tomorrow. why do ou be super, super busy tomorrow. why do you love — be super, super busy tomorrow. why do you love this _ be super, super busy tomorrow. why do you love this england team? i - do you love this england team? i think they have just been amazing. it has been really good to watch stock may be at the beginning of the tournament, it was a little bit, you know, not as exciting, but the last couple of matches, they have been wonderful. and the skill we saw on wednesday was just out of this world, really good to watch. samantha, emmajoins world, really good to watch. samantha, emma joins us now. how
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world, really good to watch. samantha, emma joins us now. samantha, emma “oins us now. how are ou samantha, emma “oins us now. how are you feeling? _ samantha, emma joins us now. how are you feeling? hello, _ samantha, emma joins us now. how are you feeling? hello, i— samantha, emma joins us now. how are you feeling? hello, i am _ samantha, emma joins us now. how are you feeling? hello, i am nervous- samantha, emma joins us now. how are you feeling? hello, i am nervous but. you feeling? hello, i am nervous but reaiiy— you feeling? hello, i am nervous but really excited. you feeling? hello, i am nervous but really excited-— really excited. what is the plan for tomorrow night? _ really excited. what is the plan for tomorrow night? just _ really excited. what is the plan for tomorrow night? just to _ really excited. what is the plan for tomorrow night? just to serve - really excited. what is the plan for tomorrow night? just to serve as l tomorrow night? just to serve as many drinks _ tomorrow night? just to serve as many drinks as — tomorrow night? just to serve as many drinks as possible! - tomorrow night? just to serve as many drinks as possible! get - many drinks as possible! get everyone _ many drinks as possible! get everyone running about as quick as they can _ everyone running about as quick as they can. will everyone running about as quick as the can. ~ , ., , everyone running about as quick as the can. ~ , ., they can. will you be able to actually watch _ they can. will you be able to actually watch it, _ they can. will you be able to actually watch it, i _ they can. will you be able to actually watch it, i suppose l they can. will you be able to i actually watch it, i suppose you won't, will you?— actually watch it, i suppose you won't, will you? well we have got 11 tvs so we can _ won't, will you? well we have got 11 tvs so we can catch _ won't, will you? well we have got 11 tvs so we can catch glimpses - won't, will you? well we have got 11 tvs so we can catch glimpses as - won't, will you? well we have got 11 tvs so we can catch glimpses as we| tvs so we can catch glimpses as we serve _ tvs so we can catch glimpses as we serve the _ tvs so we can catch glimpses as we serve the customers. only 11? we didn't— serve the customers. only 11? we didn't wani— serve the customers. only 11? we didn't want to overdo it. you serve the customers. only 11? we didn't want to overdo it.— didn't want to overdo it. you are auoin to didn't want to overdo it. you are going to be _ didn't want to overdo it. you are going to be full, _ didn't want to overdo it. you are going to be full, aren't - didn't want to overdo it. you are going to be full, aren't you? - didn't want to overdo it. you are l going to be full, aren't you? yes, we have been _ going to be full, aren't you? yes, we have been full— going to be full, aren't you? yes, we have been full every _ going to be full, aren't you? yes, we have been full every game. we guess— we have been full every game. we guess the — we have been full every game. we guess the same again tomorrow. what has the atmosphere _ guess the same again tomorrow. �*msgt has the atmosphere been like? amazing, absolutely amazing. everyone _ amazing, absolutely amazing. everyone has loved it. they have made _ everyone has loved it. they have made it. — everyone has loved it. they have made it, they've made every match. all of— made it, they've made every match. all of our— made it, they've made every match. all of our customers have. and when ou soak all of our customers have. and when you soak up — all of our customers have. and when you soak up this _ all of our customers have. and when you soak up this atmosphere - all of our customers have. and when you soak up this atmosphere after i
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you soak up this atmosphere after the year that we have had in this country, and your pub will have been shut for much of it, what does that make you think? it’s shut for much of it, what does that make you think?— make you think? it's a really nice feelina. make you think? it's a really nice feeling- it — make you think? it's a really nice feeling. it has _ make you think? it's a really nice feeling. it has been _ make you think? it's a really nice feeling. it has been brilliant. it . feeling. it has been brilliant. it is a nice — feeling. it has been brilliant. it is a nice atmosphere to have at the end of— is a nice atmosphere to have at the end of such — is a nice atmosphere to have at the end of such a rough 15 months, and especially— end of such a rough 15 months, and especially given the fact that we have _ especially given the fact that we have waited for the tournament for an extra _ have waited for the tournament for an extra year, it has meant the end of coming _ an extra year, it has meant the end of coming out of lockdown is brilliant _ of coming out of lockdown is brilliant. do of coming out of lockdown is brilliant. , ., ~ ., brilliant. do you think that, samantha. _ brilliant. do you think that, samantha, that _ brilliant. do you think that, samantha, that just - brilliant. do you think that, samantha, thatjust being l brilliant. do you think that, i samantha, thatjust being with brilliant. do you think that, - samantha, thatjust being with other people, it's amazing, isn't it? it has been wonderful. we have gone through lockdown, we have been isolated, just being around people and the atmosphere has been, it has been wonderful.— been wonderful. what are your exoectations — been wonderful. what are your expectations for _ been wonderful. what are your expectations for tomorrow i been wonderful. what are your i expectations for tomorrow night? it is going to be busy... expectations for tomorrow night? it is going to be busy. . ._ is going to be busy... know, the score! i is going to be busy... know, the score! i am _ is going to be busy... know, the score! i am not _ is going to be busy... know, the score! i am not very _ is going to be busy... know, the score! i am not very good i is going to be busy... know, the score! i am not very good at i is going to be busy... know, thej score! i am not very good at this sort of thing because i don't like to be too optimistic. i hope we
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don't go to penalties, but i'm going to be behind england and i'm going to be behind england and i'm going to say to— one. to be behind england and i'm going to say to- one-— to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to say to- one. emma? i think the same. to- — to say to- one. emma? i think the same. to- one- — to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to- one. it _ to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to- one. it will— to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to- one. it will be - to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to- one. it will be a - to say to- one. emma? i think the same, to- one. it will be a close l same, to— one. it will be a close game _ same, to- one. it will be a close came. . same, to- one. it will be a close iame. ., ., , ., same, to- one. it will be a close ame. ., ., , ., ., " game. have a brilliant night. thank ou both game. have a brilliant night. thank you both and _ game. have a brilliant night. thank you both and have _ game. have a brilliant night. thank you both and have a _ game. have a brilliant night. thank you both and have a great - game. have a brilliant night. thank you both and have a great night. i you both and have a great night. samantha rushton from the club in from scope —— bromsgrove. medical leaders have warned that the pandemic is not over and that things will get worse with covid before they get better. the academy of medical royal colleges says case numbers are rising dramatically, meaning people should continue to be cautious. 0ur health editor hugh pym reports. hospitals have been reporting they have been extremely busy, with numbers in a&e back up to the highest levels seen before the pandemic. there have been warnings that with increasing numbers of covid patients, some non—urgent operations will have to be postponed. now the academy of medical royal colleges says that the nhs is facing
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unprecedented pressure, with people who stayed away during the pandemic coming forward. it adds that while everyone wants to get back to normal life, a responsible approach when restrictions are lifted will be essential. the academy says because of the success of the vaccine rollout, rising cases are not translating into previous levels of hospital admissions and deaths, though numbers are rising steadily. although far fewer people are ending up in hospital and dying, at present, than had previously — because the vaccine's helping — actually, many people who get covid will go on to get long covid, and every person who ends up needing hospital care, needing care from a general practitioner, means that the nhs is going back under the difficult pressures it has faced before which is going to slow us down from getting back on with the backlog of work that we're desperately trying to clear. the medical leaders go on to say that people should act with care, including wearing face masks in crowded indoor areas. the government has previously argued
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that a cautious approach had been taken with the roadmap in england, delaying the next step to allow for millions more vaccinations, so those most at risk are fully protected. ministers in scotland, wales and northern ireland what is the plan? it seems that as more and more people are testing positive for covid—19 before the remaining restrictions are lifted in england injust remaining restrictions are lifted in england in just over remaining restrictions are lifted in england injust over a remaining restrictions are lifted in england in just over a week, remaining restrictions are lifted in england injust over a week, of course the number of people being
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pinged to isolate is, in turn, going up. nhs trusts so they are struggling to cope with too many staff taking time off to isolate. i think the situation is becoming unsustainable, so we are told that under consideration, serious consideration in government, is the idea of allowing nhs staff to continue to work if they are pinged by the app or contacted by nhs test and trace if they have had both their vaccinations. that's the plan for all adults after august the 16th in england, which the health secretary announced earlier this week, but i think we are seeing so many people being told to isolate that it many people being told to isolate thatitis many people being told to isolate that it is just not possible for nhs organisations, hospitals and other health care providers to wait that long. so it could be that the move is brought forward for nhs staff, probably in line withjuly the 19th but no final decision has been taken yet. former ipswich town and england international striker paul mariner has died
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at the age of 68. he scored 135 goals for ipswich and was part of bobby robson's fa cup—winning side of 1977—78. he also had stints at plymouth, arsenal, portsmouth and scored 13 goals for england. he later went on to play in australia and the united states and had managed plymouth argyle and toronto fc. there are reports that the lawmakers in haiti have nominated a senate as interim president. a rival political faction though, which includes the acting interim prime minister claudejoseph, says the move is unconstitutional. haitian officals have taken the extraordinary step of requesting military help from the united states and the united nations. courtney bembridge reports.
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crowds gathered outside the us embassy in port—au—prince, with suitcases packed, looking for a way out. translation: i can't close my eyes, i can't sleep at night. i had to come here to the embassy because i'm scared. there are so many gunshots and you don't even know where they're coming from. i've abandoned my home, i can't go back, i don't know about my family. the country of 11 million people is reeling from the assassination of its president, shot dead inside his home on wednesday. look at what happened to the head of state _ look at what happened to the head of state i_ look at what happened to the head of state ican't— look at what happened to the head of state. i can't stay here. it is important _ state. i can't stay here. it is important to leave the country. these are two of the men haitian authorities say carried out the plot. they were attacked by the public as they were loaded into a police car. 17 men have been arrested so far, most of them colombian, but investigators are still looking for who ordered the killing. haiti was already plagued by hunger and gang violence
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but the assassination has pitched the country deeper into turmoil. it's requested the united nations and the united states send troops to help secure the country and protect key infrastructure. the us has declined the request and the un may also be reluctant to get involved. i think the un is thoroughly sick of haiti, they had a 13—year peacekeeping force there that got in a lot of trouble in a lot of ways. the last thing being the cholera epidemic which the peacekeeping forces brought into haiti. so i think they don't really want to get entangled again. i think most outside forces don't want to get militarily entangled again in haiti if they can avoid it. adding to the uncertainty is the political situation — there is no working parliament, two men are claiming to be the prime minister, and a third of the senate has just nominated another man to lead as interim president. courtney bembridge, bbc news.
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italy are unbeaten after 36 matches so expectations are sky—high with fans desperately hoping their team can bring home their second euros trophy. it is not just england impatient for football glory. england impatient forfootball glory. there is no national trauma since world cup victory for italy followed in 1982. playing in both triumphs was this goalkeeper. how did he feel at that crowning moment? in heaven, he says. in the scramble for silverware, in heaven, he says. in the scramble forsilverware, italy in heaven, he says. in the scramble for silverware, italy is hungry, and, he says, ready. translation: they don't need my advice, but in
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any vinyl you need to stay calm and positive, believe you can do it. it takes me back to 1968 when you lift the trophy you feel like a god. you are on cloud nine. i think italy can do it again, they are a very strong team. �* , ~ ., , ., team. and they know it. they have been transformed _ team. and they know it. they have been transformed by _ team. and they know it. they have been transformed by roberto i team. and they know it. they have i been transformed by roberto mancini since the shame of failing to qualify for the last world cup, giving the team youth and confidence. and all ages here are just enjoying the ride. football runs through the veins of italians, and italy �*s success has already inspired generations. yes, england is yearning for the game to come home, but in passion and dedication, they will face a tough fight. italy is at football fever pitch. they have waited 53 years for european glory. now, perhaps, it is two days away. for some there are going to be split
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loyalties. friends who are supporting different teams. let's talk to gary, an england supporter, and hopefully we will talk to his friend, anthony, who is an italy support about the technicalities of defeating us at the moment. hello, how are you doing? very well, thank you. so you run a podcast with anthony, you have been friends for years. did you ever think your national teams would be facing each other in a final? ida. national teams would be facing each other in a final?— other in a final? no, not at all. enland other in a final? no, not at all. england don't _ other in a final? no, not at all. england don't get _ other in a final? no, not at all. england don't get there. i other in a final? no, not at all. l england don't get there. england have typically been very good, but our loyalties to our countries have never really had to be before. but anthony has always made it acutely obvious that he backs italy over england, despite being born in the uk. it is a bit of a weird one going into this, knowing that one of your
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best mate is backing the other team while the rest of the nation is backing the other. figs while the rest of the nation is backing the other. as tacticians, both gareth _ backing the other. as tacticians, both gareth southgate - backing the other. as tacticians, both gareth southgate and i backing the other. as tacticians, i both gareth southgate and mancini, there are similarities in that they have strong defences, they build from the back, but which would you say is the more defensive? southgate is much more — say is the more defensive? southgate is much more defensive. _ say is the more defensive? southgate is much more defensive. there i say is the more defensive? southgate is much more defensive. there is i say is the more defensive? southgate is much more defensive. there is an i is much more defensive. there is an irony there because italy have built all of their success through the decades on having a sound defensive base and being very difficult to beat. mancini has made them really attractive, lovely attacking football, it's the kind of football you want your team to play. england can play and could play because they have at attacking policy, but southgate has built a secure foundation and all of the successes we've had since he has come in are based on that, on making england difficult to beat. which is going to be a challenge for italy. so there is a kind ofjuxtaposition of where the teams have previously been on
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the teams have previously been on the way they play football, and what we will see tomorrow when they face up. i think you will see from england a very secure defence minded, pragmatic style, and hopefully we will have to rely on the quality of people like harry kane and raheem sterling. yes. now, we have got — kane and raheem sterling. yes. now, we have got anthony _ kane and raheem sterling. yes. now, we have got anthony on _ kane and raheem sterling. yes. now, we have got anthony on the _ kane and raheem sterling. yes. now, we have got anthony on the phone. i we have got anthony on the phone. can you believe that the technology has let us down now? can you hear us, anthony customer sorry about the technical problems. this item doesn't work without the both of you, so thank you for talking to us on the phone. what is it like for you and your best mate, both supporting different teams in a final? �* . . supporting different teams in a final? �*, ., ., , ., final? it's an absolute nightmare because it is _ final? it's an absolute nightmare because it is one _ final? it's an absolute nightmare because it is one of— final? it's an absolute nightmare because it is one of the -
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final? it's an absolute nightmare because it is one of the greatest| because it is one of the greatest footballing days of his life potentially being one of the worst footballing days of my life. whoever winsi _ footballing days of my life. whoever wins, one _ footballing days of my life. whoever wins, one of us will suffer. we won't — wins, one of us will suffer. we won't be — wins, one of us will suffer. we won't be able to fully enjoy it because _ won't be able to fully enjoy it because we know the other will be in pain _ because we know the other will be in pain it _ because we know the other will be in pain it is _ because we know the other will be in pain it is a _ because we know the other will be in pain. it is a real problem. i kind of hoped — pain. it is a real problem. i kind of hoped denmark would solve it by beating _ of hoped denmark would solve it by beating england. no, of hoped denmark would solve it by beating england-— beating england. no, no! anthony, wh do beating england. no, no! anthony, why do you — beating england. no, no! anthony, why do you think— beating england. no, no! anthony, why do you think italy _ beating england. no, no! anthony, why do you think italy will - beating england. no, no! anthony, why do you think italy will wind? i l why do you think italy will wind? i think there is a bit more momentum with the _ think there is a bit more momentum with the team. ijust think overall they are — with the team. ijust think overall they are a — with the team. ijust think overall they are a better technical team, and i_ they are a better technical team, and i have — they are a better technical team, and i have a feeling that they won't be able _ and i have a feeling that they won't be able to— and i have a feeling that they won't be able to cope with our midfield. i think— be able to cope with our midfield. i think within — be able to cope with our midfield. i think within 75 minutes the game will be _ think within 75 minutes the game will be ours. think within 75 minutes the game will be ours-— think within 75 minutes the game will be ours. , , . will be ours. gary, why will england win? well, — will be ours. gary, why will england win? well. we _ will be ours. gary, why will england win? well, we will— will be ours. gary, why will england win? well, we will win _ will be ours. gary, why will england win? well, we will win because i will be ours. gary, why will england win? well, we will win because we| win? well, we will win because we have ot win? well, we will win because we have got the _ win? well, we will win because we have got the entire _ win? well, we will win because we have got the entire nation - win? well, we will win because we have got the entire nation building towards it for the first time i think since i can remember, may be the last world cup, but it wasn't
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like this where everyone truly believes in what is happening. we know we've got the quality on the peach to beat —— on the pitch to beat them. denmark should not be underestimated, they are an excellent team and we beat them as well. also we have got a home advantage. there isn't a single fan outside england that wants england to win, because we have had this massive home advantage. i don't understand where the whining has come from because every team wants to take advantage going into it. because we have had five home matches, people are being a little bit bitter about it. but with the home advantage, the crowd, and the quality we have, we will win. anthony, there has been talk about how old the italian team is, compared to the england side, but both managers believe that if you are good enough, you are old enough. southgate with bellingham, mancini
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picked a couple of players when they haven't made a series adherence. —— appearance. where are you on the age of the italian side? i appearance. where are you on the age of the italian side?— of the italian side? i think there is an incredible _ of the italian side? i think there is an incredible amount - of the italian side? i think there is an incredible amount of- is an incredible amount of experience. italy are always a risk adverse _ experience. italy are always a risk adverse when it comes to the tournament. they prefer players that have been_ tournament. they prefer players that have been around a bit. i think the talk about— have been around a bit. i think the talk about our players being old is overblown. they have a great amount of experience. overblown. they have a great amount of exoerience-— of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you — of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you have _ of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you have got _ of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you have got of— of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you have got of the _ of experience. yes. on the pod cast, i think you have got of the people i i think you have got of the people supporting england, so how do you deal with that? i supporting england, so how do you deal with that?— supporting england, so how do you deal with that? i don't know. it has been quite — deal with that? i don't know. it has been quite uncomfortable. - deal with that? i don't know. it has been quite uncomfortable. i - deal with that? i don't know. it has been quite uncomfortable. i am i deal with that? i don't know. it has| been quite uncomfortable. i am the outsider— been quite uncomfortable. i am the outsider in — been quite uncomfortable. i am the outsider in all of our whatsapp groups — outsider in all of our whatsapp groups i— outsider in all of our whatsapp groups. i have been hoping someone else would _ groups. i have been hoping someone else would do the job, but italy are
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going _ else would do the job, but italy are going to _ else would do the job, but italy are going to have to do it themselves and finally quiet them all and then i can and finally quiet them all and then i can start — and finally quiet them all and then i can start posting some messages and changing the flag in the title of our— and changing the flag in the title of our whatsapp group. i was talking to gary about — of our whatsapp group. i was talking to gary about the _ of our whatsapp group. i was talking to gary about the defensive - of our whatsapp group. i was talking to gary about the defensive side i of our whatsapp group. i was talking to gary about the defensive side of. to gary about the defensive side of both mancini and southgate, and everyone always associate italian teams with steadfast defending, but in this tournament they won their first two games 3—0 against turkey and scotland with really vibrant attacking performances, didn't they? yes, they did. 0ver attacking performances, didn't they? yes, they did. over the last ten years. — yes, they did. over the last ten years. the — yes, they did. over the last ten years, the quality of italian defenders has dropped. we have realised — defenders has dropped. we have realised that the best form of defence — realised that the best form of defence isjust to keep realised that the best form of defence is just to keep the realised that the best form of defence isjust to keep the ball. so italy defence isjust to keep the ball. so italy will— defence isjust to keep the ball. so italy will try to monopolise the bait _ italy will try to monopolise the ball. kind of like how manchester city plays. — ball. kind of like how manchester city plays, we will try to keep the ball and _ city plays, we will try to keep the ball and keep it away from the england — ball and keep it away from the england players. ball and keep it away from the england players-— ball and keep it away from the england players. wright, gary, i want ou england players. wright, gary, i want you to _ england players. wright, gary, i want you to say _ england players. wright, gary, i want you to say something i england players. wright, gary, i want you to say something nice | england players. wright, gary, i. want you to say something nice to anthony about him and the team he
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supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with _ supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with that _ supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with that at _ supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with that at all. - supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with that at all. i - supports a of tomorrow night. there is no issue with that at all. i love i is no issue with that at all. i love anthony deeply and it's going to be very painful if england lose, but you know your mate is celebrating. it's not the end of the world. it is how chipper he will be and how painful it would be for us to take. but absolutely, best of luck, anthony. you are a great side, but not as good as england. and anthony. you are a great side, but not as good as england. and anthony, what would you _ not as good as england. and anthony, what would you say _ not as good as england. and anthony, what would you say to _ not as good as england. and anthony, what would you say to gary? - not as good as england. and anthony, what would you say to gary? i - not as good as england. and anthony, what would you say to gary? i hope i what would you say to gary? i hope it all ioes what would you say to gary? i hope it all goes well _ what would you say to gary? i hope it all goes well but _ what would you say to gary? i hope it all goes well but i _ what would you say to gary? i hope it all goes well but i hope _ it all goes well but i hope ultimately will be drinking your tears — ultimately will be drinking your tears. ,, ., _ ultimately will be drinking your tears, ,, ., , , ., ultimately will be drinking your tears. ,, ., _ ., ., tears. seriously, as an england supporter— tears. seriously, as an england supporter i _ tears. seriously, as an england supporter i hope _ tears. seriously, as an england supporter i hope england i tears. seriously, as an england supporter i hope england will. tears. seriously, as an england i supporter i hope england will win. gary, what is your realistic expectation? it gary, what is your realistic expectation?— gary, what is your realistic expectation? gary, what is your realistic ex-ectation? , ., ., , ., expectation? it is going to be a reall , expectation? it is going to be a really. really — expectation? it is going to be a really, really tight _ expectation? it is going to be a really, really tight game. i expectation? it is going to be a really, really tight game. my i really, really tight game. my realistic expectation is we will probably win in extra time, but it is not going to be easy. i don't think a single england fan is looking forward to that 90 minutes. it's going to be great having one,
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but it will be a very dogmatic defensive display from england, we will try and hit italy on the break and we got the quality to hurt them, so we will be banking on that but italy are a class side. it is an apt final. but i think we will win 2—1 in extra time. final. but i think we will win 2-1 in extra time.— final. but i think we will win 2-1 in extra time. anthony, what are our in extra time. anthony, what are your realistic _ in extra time. anthony, what are your realistic expectations? i i in extra time. anthony, what are i your realistic expectations? i think if ital your realistic expectations? i think if italy score _ your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first _ your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first it _ your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first it will _ your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first it will go - your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first it will go to i your realistic expectations? i think if italy score first it will go to - i if italy score first it will go to — onei _ if italy score first it will go to — one. but— if italy score first it will go to — one. but i_ if italy score first it will go to — one, but i am concerned about italy score _ one, but i am concerned about italy score -- _ one, but i am concerned about italy score —— england scoring first. | score —— england scoring first. i will score —— england scoring first. will say 2—0. score —— england scoring first. i will say 2—0. so you don't expect england to score? 0k. listen, it's good to talk to you. i am sorry one of you was on the phone, but it's nice to hear you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank ou ve you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank you very much- _ you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank you very much- a _ you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank you very much. a pleasure. _ you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank you very much. a pleasure. gary i you, anthony. thank you. gary, thank you very much. a pleasure. gary and l you very much. a pleasure. gary and anthon .
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you very much. a pleasure. gary and anthony. throughout _ you very much. a pleasure. gary and anthony. throughout the _ you very much. a pleasure. gary and anthony. throughout the day - you very much. a pleasure. gary and anthony. throughout the day and i anthony. throughout the day and tomorrow, a huge build—up to that hopefully fantastic match tomorrow night at wembley. fantastic for me if you are an england supporter, and they overcome italy. england fans are feeling proud of all that the team have achieved so far. but that's nothing compared to the people of the towns and villages where the players were born and raised — luxmy gopal has more. to most, they're england's euros heroes, poised to make history. but to some, they're past pupils... commentator: there's maguire! pub goer... cousin... 0r customers. sheldon edwards has become the unofficial barber for the boys in the squad... so i've cut the likes ofjadon sancho, raheem sterling, phil foden, jude bellingham.
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those are like my most prominent clients in the england team. i also have players' referrals. his work on phil foden's hair went viral with customers queueing up for a foden do. we'll keep it a bit wavy... a nice sharp ear line and of course the colour is not too blonde, it's a bit different from blonde, straying away from the blonde and sticking to more like a grey look. why did you decide to get the foden? i always like experimenting with my hair. ijust thought what better time to do it than now? we're in the finals and so might as well represent to the fullest. harry kane is remembered fondly by his old english and pe teacher at chingford foundation school in essex. absolutely lovely kid, very studious, clearly very gifted, a talented footballer, from a very early age. right from the very beginning it was clear to see that he had a special gift as far as football's concerned. but generally speaking, a really nice, all round very humble, well—behaved young man. has he credited you with some his...
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yeah, it's all down to me, it's all down to my management. no, harry was such a talented boy, i'm sure he will probably realise it, he was in football clubs and academies from a very young age, so i'm sure there's lots and lots of people who've had a small part and a large part in his rise to fame. the school is somewhat of a footballer factory. david beckham is also a former pupil. it's like a conveyor belt of talent that we're developing here. it feels a bit crazy, to be honest, 'cause knowing that someone at a very high level in football went to my schooljust gives me the confidence to just carry on, being like them, playing football. yeah, it encourages everybody at the school to work hard and know that you can make it into professional football. that's what everyone wants to be in this school, everyone's playing, everyone wants to be a football player, yeah. in mosborough in sheffield, harry maguire's old home town, locals are proud of their boy. he's a very, very high—profile footballer but to us he's i still harry maguire.
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he's still the local lad done good, that's what we see him as. - he's always got time to say hello. we're so proud of him, - very proud of him, we really, really are proud of him. and it's an honour tojust see him in and about the community - and be part of it. he's quite down—to—earth, just like anyone else. he doesn't act any different to the other customers and stuff like that, which is really nice. forjerry and deirdre in county kerry island, jack grealish is literally part of the family, albeit distantly. jack's grandmother and my dad would be first cousins. the kids are showing cousinjack their support on whatever canvas they can find. good luck, jack! harry, we're all rooting - for your here on mosborough high street. we want you to bring. it home to mosborough, we know you can do it. it's good for the country. let's go up there on sunday and bring it home, guys. harry, the whole of the team, you've done us proud so far, one more game to go, let's bring it home. on the shoulders of these local lads are carried the hopes of a whole nation. luxmy gopal, bbc news.
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are now now it's time for a look at the weather with louise lear. morning some of those showers could be slow—moving with light winds. maybe the odd rumble of thunder. if you de see the best of the sunshine, temperatures will peak at 22 degrees. as we move out of saturday, some of those showers will be quite intense for a time but they will fade away with some clear skies. cloud and rain gathers out to the south—west and another friend is waiting in the wings to arrive slowly on sunday. it stays relatively mild, temperatures in two double figures. sunday morning will start off with cloud pushing into northern ireland, wales and south—west england. decent sunny spells will trigger off some sharp
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