The benefits of England’s new training complex will take time to come, according to journalist and author Mihir Bose.

The 330-acre complex at St George’s Park, finally built by the FA at the cost of just over £100 million after a decade of delays, boasts 12 full-size training pitches, including an exact replica of the Wembley surface reserved for Roy Hodgson’s men to train on, and will house 24 England teams, covering men and women at all youth as well as senior levels.


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