Preston now has no outdoor big screen provision for watching the games, unlike many other cities and towns across the UK.
"I think when you've had a long game like that, you don't know until you've really started to extend in training again exactly what you might be carrying".
"Teams have done it to us for many years". Our historic record against them is another one we have to put right.
"Together they sat around sharing their personal recollections of the night, with each offering a different story that was greeted with cheers and applause by the group".
"If someone touches you and you feel it's a foul, people go down".
"The technical details of the sports are different but the challenges of leadership, team building, best ways of dealing with the media, that crosses over for every sport", Southgate said.More news: LaVar Ball Guarantees Two Lakers Championships With LeBron James
"Great save and very important from his point of view because he had a bit of stick after the Belgium match, which I didn't go along with, and it was great to see him do that".
Preparation has been key for England at this World Cup, having not only have flourished from set-pieces but time spent strategising for shootouts.
"It was a night when I knew we were going to get over the line". We won in the end, that's the main thing: a massive win, especially on penalties.
"SPOT-PICK HERO" - More penalty puns from the Star on the back page with Pickford's save the focus, after England "finally ended their penalty hoodoo".
It means Three Lions could make a glorious return to the Top 40 when tomorrow's Official Singles Chart is announced (July 6) - ahead of their quarter-final match against Sweden on Saturday.