Harry Kane: First, a trophy with England, then a knighthood
England captain Harry Kane is eyeing up a knighthood but knows a trophy with the Three Lions will have to come first.
Mark Pougatch and Andros Townsend are joined by Spurs striker, Harry Kane on the most recent episode of the ITV Football Football Show podcast.
Townsend catches up with his former teammate Kane as the star forward discusses his family support bubble, no time for Call Of Duty with three kids in the house and how 'unsuccessful' loan spells with Norwich and Leicester allowed him to turn into the player he is today.
Townsend also reacts to the news that the Football Association begins its search for a new chairman following the resignation of Greg Clarke over “harmful, archaic” and “deeply offensive” remarks.
Peter McCormick, chairman of the FA’s professional game board, has been named interim chairman after Clarke stepped down amid a storm of criticism.
The 63-year-old apologised after he used the word “coloured” to describe black players and insinuated that being gay was a “life choice”.
His comments, over a video link before a Digital, Culture, Media and Sport committee, were branded “harmful”, “archaic” and “deeply offensive” by a host of anti-discrimination groups.
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