Spurs man says he’d love to coach England – that’s not Conte
Speaking on the UMM YouTube channelHarry Kane has discussed his post-game career plans and the idea of becoming England manager.
The Tottenham Hotspur striker is, of course, the current England captain, and as one of the Three Lions’ greatest players he has now been asked if he would ever like to lead the team national.
Kane says he hasn’t really thought about becoming a coach yet, but he admitted it would be amazing if he had the chance to lead England one day.
Kane would love to lead England
The Spurs star has spoken of taking the England role one day.
“Oof, it’s not something I’ve thought about too much to be honest. I feel like I still have a lot of years to play football. You never know, management is not something on my mind right now. I guess as England captain and as a leader, maybe that’s something I’m looking to do. Coaching England is one of the best jobs you can have, so there will be plenty of work until then. If that happened it would be amazing, but it’s not something I think about,” Kane said.
Maybe one day
Kane certainly has the playing resume to earn himself a managerial role once his playing days are over.
As Frank Lampard and Steven Gerrard have shown recently, top English footballers have no trouble finding coaching work once their playing days are over.
Sure, Kane would have to rise through the ranks before being considered a potential England manager, but as Gareth Southgate’s reign has proven, you don’t need the most extensive CV to become the manager. from England.
Maybe we’ll see Kane lead the Three Lions one day.
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