Dele Alli promises to stay cool

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An England star has Brazilian swagger according to Brazil great Roberto Carlos.

Eric Dier and Dele Alli are Tottenham Hotspur and England teammates.

England kick off their World Cup campaign against Tunisia on June 18. One has to think that with Kane and Pochettino already committed to the club long-term, and Alli set to follow, that the others will most likely do the same.

Carlos, who won the World Cup with Brazil in 2002, retired from football in 2012 but did have a brief player-manager spell with Delhi Dynamos in 2015.

Nearly universally, you'll see six teams (Germany, Brazil, Spain, France, Argentina and Belgium) with better odds than England.

When asked if he would turn down a move to one of Europe's biggest clubs, Alli told Evening Standard Magazine: "I'd never say never to anything".

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Recalling his outing for Spurs against Real Madrid in the Champions League, singling out his height and ability to play.

We lived on a council estate and everyone was out in their front gardens, having barbeques and singing songs so we all thought "England must be playing" when they did. However, Southgate deploys Alli slightly deeper to see the more of the field ahead of him. "They're very good players but at certain points in seasons and tournaments, you have to step up - there's a psyche players must have", he was quoted as saying by The Sun.

England begin their venture in Russian Federation on June 18th against Tunisia with Dele most likely to feature.

Dele creates a goal for Danny Welbeck.

Adams also believes that England's relative inexperience - at 25.74 years, the team is the third-youngest of the 32 competing at the World Cup - will also work against them. I don't think they know how to win.

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