England: Gareth Southgate on James Maddison after casino talk over with

England: Gareth Southgate on James Maddison after casino talk over with
The uncapped James Maddison used to be an unused replace for the wins over Bulgaria and Kosovo last month

England supervisor Gareth Southgate says he knows “slightly great every little thing” about his gamers after James Maddison used to be pictured in a casino despite pulling out of the squad with illness.

Maddison, 22, used to be photographed on Friday, when England misplaced a Euro 2020 qualifier within the Czech Republic.

Southgate acknowledged the Leicester midfielder can own discovered there is “elevated curiosity” in England gamers.

“That goes with the territory. Or no longer it is a excessive-profile space,” Southgate acknowledged.

“As soon as a participant has been launched from the squad, then it is up to them how they employ their individual time.

“I declare what James has discovered is that once you own gotten an involvement with England, then there may maybe be an elevated spotlight on you and elevated curiosity for your own and non-public existence as successfully.”

Maddison, who has scored three targets and made two assists for Leicester this season, is yet to provide his England debut but had been named within the squad for the third time.

On Thursday, he withdrew from the squad for the outing to the Czech Republic and Monday’s qualifier in Bulgaria.

“I glean no longer in actuality wish to keep in touch about folks but I do know slightly great every little thing about all of my gamers,” Southgate acknowledged.

“I look for every minute of their soccer, whether or no longer that’s are living or downloaded on a Sunday morning or a Sunday evening, or a Monday morning.

“I keep in touch to their membership managers, I keep in touch with Aidy [Boothroyd, England Under-21 manager] and your entire coaches of the junior groups.

“We by no technique know completely every little thing, but we now own got a extraordinarily clear image of every participant, and that’s the due diligence that we might merely nonetheless continuously attain.”