13/06/2013 | Delude l' under 21 inglese. Scozia, protestano fans del Kilmarnock
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Qualche polemica in Inghilterra dopo la brutta figura rimediata dalla selezione under 21 agli Europei di categoria disputatisi in Israele, viste le tre sconfitte rimediate contro Italia, Norvegia ed i padroni di casa. Polemiche in Scozia tra i tifosi del Kilmarnock ed il presidente Johnston, contestato da 150 tifosi inferociti e scortato in salvo dalla polizia.Materia del contendere il licenziamento dell' allenatore Shiels, amatissimo dai supporters.
England goalkeeper Jack Butland says the players are "embarrassed" by a poor European Under-21 Championship and wants Stuart Pearce to stay on as boss.
England lost to Italy, Norway and Israel to go out at the group stage for the second consecutive tournament.
"For a legend of the game like Stuart Pearce, it is difficult to apologise, but there is no-one else to blame but the players," 20-year-old Butland said.
"He works extremely hard. I really do hope he stays."
Butland added: "We are embarrassed, we haven't done ourselves justice. We are a lot better than this but we can't keep saying this. We haven't proved it and we can only wonder why.
England U21 squad eligible for 2015 European Championship
- Tom Ince
- Jack Butland
- Connor Wickham
- Andrew Wisdom
- Josh McEachran
- Jonjo Shelvey
- Nathaniel Chalobah
- Wilfried Zaha
- Nathan Redmond
- Jack Robinson
"We wanted this. It is difficult to understand what went wrong. We just seemed flat and not ourselves, which is difficult to understand."
England went into the tournament in Israel on the back of nine successive wins without conceding a goal, but return home having failed to collect a point, leaving Pearce's job looking precarious.
Former England full-back Pearce's contract expires at the end of the month and, despite the showing at Euro 2013, Butland said the 51-year-old coach had prepared the players well.
"It says it all how we got here - the way we played, the structure and organisation we had," the Stoke goalkeeper said after Tuesday's 1-0 defeat to Israel.
"He does everything necessary to make sure we are successful and gives us all the right tools."
Pearce, who started coaching the Under-21s in 2007, has blamed the players and hinted he wants to stay in the job.
The English game's ability to produce quality players has been called into doubt, while other questions have been asked, including whether Pearce is the right man for the job.
Butland is one of 10 players in the squad eligible for the next England under-21 European campaign, with the 2015 finals due to be staged in the Czech Republic.
"Personally, I think I will learn more from this experience than had we done a lot better and maybe even gone on to win the tournament," he said.
"For me, after a very long season and last year, it is definitely about time management, managing my time and making sure I am mentally set.
"That is something that I have learned and I am sure there will be a lot to learn from the other lads' point of view, too.
"In the future, people will be able to look back at this and know what has gone wrong and learn from it."
(bbc football )
Kilmarnock fans protest against departure of manager Kenny Shiels
People power: Supporters met at Rugby Park to demand the resignation of club chairman Michael Johnston.SNS
Around 150 fans gathered outside Kilmarnock FC's stadium on Tuesday evening to protest against the departure of manager Kenny Shiels.
The supporters met at Rugby Park to demand the resignation of club chairman Michael Johnston following Shiels decision to leave by “mutual agreement” earlier in the day.
Speaking to STV after the announcement, the Killie chairman said: "I can understand why some will be unhappy."
Discussing the decision he said: "I’m not particularly happy making it, it wasn’t made lightly. But it was mutually agreed by Kenny and the club."
The former Northern Irish footballer was promoted to become the club's manager in 2011 following Mixu Paatelainen's departure.
Shiels is backing his former assistant Jimmy Nicholl for the vacant managerial post, and believes current player Garry Hay should be asked to step up to the number two role.
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