Smith Rowe Sharpshooting, Gallagher Panenka, Jones’ Pinpoint Free Kick Inside Training | England U21

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Lee Carsley takes his first Under 21’s training session at St George’s from being appointed new England under 21’s coach. The Young Lion’s prepare for their Euro 2023 qualifier clash with Kosovo on Tuesday. Curtis Jones & Conor Gallagher on fire as the young lions’ were put through their paces with one-touch finishing drills and small-sided possession drills.

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