England U20s report back to St. George's Park ahead of trip to Turkey this week
By Nicholas Veevers in Burton
England U20s reported back to St. George's Park on Monday ahead of their trip to Turkey for the FIFA U20 World Cup later this week.
Peter Taylor's 21-man squad
are back here in full, after attending a four-day training camp at the national football centre here last week before returning home for the weekend ahead of the World Cup.
The group head out to their first base in Antalya on Wednesday, where there will be another full week of training and a chance to acclimatise before the competition begins on 21 June.
England's first match is on 23 June when they face Iraq in Antalya, before playing Chile at the same venue three days later.
The final group match is against Egypt in Bursa on 29 June before the competition's knock-out stages begin, which Taylor and his team will be keen to contest.
He said: "I'm pleased with my squad and we're looking forward to it.
"We're under no illusions as to how tough it's going to be, but there's a great spirit amongst the boys and I've been really pleased with the training."
There will be a full media day at St. George's Park on Tuesday, which FATV
will be there to capture and more photos and interviews to come.
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