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Tyrone Mings: England’s ‘Serial Winners’ Squad Can Break Trophy Drought

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Tyrone Mings is confident that the winning mentality of England’s squad can propel the team to clinch their first significant trophy since the World Cup victory in 1966.

Five treble-winning players from Manchester City joined the England squad on Tuesday, contributing their extensive trophy-winning experiences.

“The manager often emphasizes the importance of our club experiences to the team’s collective strength,” said central defender Mings.

“We are a team comprised of consistent winners.”

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Manchester City’s Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Kalvin Phillips, John Stones, and Kyle Walker have contributed to their team’s victories in the Champions League, Premier League, and FA Cup this season.

The previous season also saw Declan Rice claim the Europa Conference League with West Ham. Meanwhile, Manchester United’s Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, and Luke Shaw secured the Carabao Cup.

Liverpool’s Trent Alexander-Arnold and Jordan Henderson have claimed significant honors, and Kieran Trippier earned a La Liga winners’ medal with Atletico Madrid.

In recent years, Gareth Southgate’s England squad has come close to lifting a trophy, reaching the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and finishing runners-up at Euro 2020, which was delayed due to the pandemic.

“The number of our players involved in European and domestic competitions can only be a boost,” added Mings, Aston Villa defender, as England prepares for Euro 2024 qualifiers against Malta on Friday and North Macedonia on Monday.

“There’s no doubt that we have the potential to win a trophy, and it’s not solely based on talent.

“Talent can take you so far, but the experience from recent tournaments, our training regimen, and the consistent performance of the team over the past years collectively point us in the direction of victory.

“I see no reason why we shouldn’t aim for the top. We have a good mix of experienced and young players, some of whom are entering their prime.”

Southgate’s squad welcomed the Manchester City players a bit later than others due to their Champions League final victory against Inter Milan.

Upon the team’s return, Grealish made headlines for his post-victory celebrations.

“It’s incredible. All Grealish needs to do is time it right,” commented Mings.

“Nobody can deny him the chance to let loose after winning the Treble – especially now that he has unleashed those luscious locks. He’s definitely enjoyed the past few days.”

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England midfielder Jordan Henderson added: “The City players have been on an intense journey over the past few months, given their multiple trophy wins.

“It’s probably been an emotional rollercoaster for them. It might take them a few days to adjust, but hopefully, they’ll be ready to contribute to our efforts, if not in the first game, then in the second.”

Speaking to BBC Radio 5 Live, Henderson also reflected on the challenges of participating in the 2022 World Cup during a season. Still, he mentioned that retirement has never crossed his mind.

“I guess you start to consider that when you’re not playing regularly or significantly impacting the team. That’s probably when you start thinking about what’s best,” said the 32-year-old.

“But I still thoroughly enjoy representing my country. I want to continue doing it for as long as possible and feel that I have a significant role to play both on and off the pitch.”

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Tyrone Mings England trophy

Who is Tyrone Mings confident can end England’s trophy drought?

Tyrone Mings is confident that England’s ‘serial winners’, a group of players with significant trophy-winning experiences at their respective clubs, can end the country’s trophy drought.

Which tournament is the focus of this confidence?

Mings is expressing his confidence about the upcoming Euro 2024.

Who are some of the ‘serial winners’ in the England squad?

The ‘serial winners’ include Manchester City players Phil Foden, Jack Grealish, Kalvin Phillips, John Stones, and Kyle Walker. Other players with significant trophy-winning experiences include Declan Rice, Harry Maguire, Marcus Rashford, Luke Shaw, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Jordan Henderson, and Kieran Trippier.

How did England fare in recent major football tournaments?

In recent years, England reached the semi-finals of the 2018 World Cup and finished as runners-up at the delayed Euro 2020.

What does Mings say about the mix of the squad?

Mings believes that England has a good mix of experienced and young players, with many coming into their prime years. This blend, combined with the winning mentality, could propel England to win a major trophy.

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VillaFan June 14, 2023 - 3:24 am

Mings is class. Solid at the back and doesn’t shy away from speaking his mind. Glad to see him get the recognition he deserves. go England!

ThreeLionsRoar June 14, 2023 - 3:39 am

Always the optimist, aren’t we? Been hearing this “England’s year” thing since forever mate. Let’s just see how it goes…

CityBlue1986 June 14, 2023 - 5:11 am

Grealish and Foden are the real deal, they gonna light it up at the Euros. Mings is right, we’ve got some serial winners!

BallonDorDreamer June 14, 2023 - 9:43 am

u never know with football..the underdogs can always surprise..just look at Greece in 2004.

RedDevil4Life June 14, 2023 - 11:14 am

i’m all for the positivity but let’s not forget how heartbreaking the last Euro was 🙁 hoping for the best but expecting the worst…

GoalDigger June 14, 2023 - 12:23 pm

You all got to agree, this is one of the most talented England squads in recent years. Let’s hope they deliver this time.

FootieFan101 June 14, 2023 - 3:14 pm

Can’t wait for the Euros! Really think England has a shot this time round, the squad is just stacked!

GrumpyOldMan June 14, 2023 - 9:39 pm

all this talk and no action. same old England. prove me wrong, boys.


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