Gareth Southgate has brought "pride" back to wearing the England shirt.England manager Southgate faced unprecedented criticism after his side suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Hungary in the Nations League earlier this month.
The social media frenzy that followed saw some fans call for Southgate to be sacked before the World Cup gets underway in Qatar later this year.Such calls would have been unimaginable when the 51-year-old guided England to their first major tournament final since 1966 at the European Championships last summer.
And Hewitt has reiterated that the manager still has the FA’s confidence due to the culture he has created surrounding the national team.READ MORE: Gareth Southgate doesn't deserve the sack but here's why England should consider itShe said: "Based on any facts on the pitch, he is the most successful England manager we've had for 55 years.
But the bit people don't see is the culture he's created."Prior to Gareth being the manager there was not the pride of wearing the England shirt.Read more on dailystar.co.uk