England midfielder Dele Alli has promised to not fall foul of Federation Internationale de Football Association regulations, introduced for the World Cup, that allow referees to punish players retrospectively for infringements during a match.
Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has refused to rule out a move away from north London in the off-season, but says the club remains a "great place to be at the minute".
Alli said he was looking forward to England's World Cup campaign, which begins against Tunisia on June 18, and was optimistic that they could succeed.
"I really like Dele Alli - he's a lot like a Brazilian player", Carlos told the Sunday Mirror. "I've got everything under control", Alli said.
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"I saw him at the Real Madrid against Spurs game and he was really impressive". "For my whole time at Milton Keynes I was playing there and it wasn't really until I signed for Tottenham that I started playing in the number 10 role, a bit higher up the pitch, so it's not something I'm new to".
World Cup in Russian Federation will see the usage of VAR for the first time and that will allow the referees to punish players retrospectively for infringements during a match.
"On the day of the games everyone will be ready, so you're not just concentrating on one position". The Three Lions follow up their first game five days later against Panama before taking on Belgium in their last Group G fixture.
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Aside from that, watching the Spain team win it in 2010 stands out as well.