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Gareth Southgate beefs up his security after Raheem Sterling’s family home was targeted by burglars


England manager Gareth Southgate is forced to beef up his security at home after Three Lions star Raheem Sterling’s family home was targeted by burglars last week during the World Cup

England manager Gareth Southgate has been forced to increase security at his home during the World Cup after Raheem Sterling suffered a break-in last week.

Sterling trained on Friday after returning to Qatar following a dash home to be with his family following reports of a burglary at his Surrey mansion, but is unlikely to play in Saturday night’s quarter-final against France.



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