Rice will wear the captain’s armband

Declan Rice (25-Arsenal), the ‘£150 million man’, has been named the interim captain of the England national team at the ‘end of soccer’.

Rice will wear the captain’s armband for the friendly against Belgium at Wembley Stadium in London, England, on Sunday at 4:45 a.m. ET. Captain Harry Kane has returned to Bayern Munich due to injury. Kyle Walker (Man City) and Harry Maguire (Man United), who wore the captain’s armband in the friendly against Brazil on Thursday, were also withdrawn due to injury.

England manager Gareth Southgate’s choice was Rice, who is in ’emotional mode’. “I’m speechless to be honest. “When the manager told me last night that I was going to be captain, I hugged him, shook his hand and said ‘thank you very much’,” Rice said on Friday.

Rice will be making his 50th A-match appearance against Belgium. “I owe a lot to the coach,” he said. Ever since I came into the national team, 카지노사이트 he has always made me feel at home. I’ve always felt comfortable playing under him and it’s really grown my confidence,” he said. “To play my 50th A-match at Wembley in front of my family and friends is a real honor.”

Rice broke the English Premier League’s (EPL) record for an English player last summer.

Arsenal signed Rice from West Ham for a record £105 million.

The £105 million breaks the previous record of £100 million set by Jack Grealish when he joined Man City in August 2021. It is also the highest transfer fee in Arsenal and West Ham history.

Southgate added: 메이저사이트 “This will be Rice’s 50th A-match. He already has great leadership experience at a young age. It’s a great opportunity for him to show and experience that leadership in the national team,” said Southgate.

“There’s a different feel and dynamic in the group and it’s a great opportunity for them to lead and grow. More importantly, many of the players currently in the squad are the future of the team in the medium to long term. The more experience they can have is beneficial to everyone.”

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