Tyson Fury offers his support to the England team after World Cup exit

‘Hold your heads up Lions. We go again’: Tyson Fury offers rallying cry to the England team following World Cup quarter-final exit to France… with the Gypsy King overcoming his own adversity before regaining world heavyweight title

  • Tyson Fury has offered his support to the England team following their defeat
  • England lost 2-1 to France in the World Cup quarter-finals and now head home
  • Fury has been open about his struggles before becoming a world champion
  • The 34-year-old urged fans to stick with the team both ‘in victory and in defeat’
  • READ: More World Cup heartbreak for the Three Lions after late missed penalty
  • Click here for the latest World Cup 2022 news, fixtures, live action and results

Tyson Fury has offered his support to the England football team after they crashed out of the World Cup following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of France.

The British boxer took to Twitter to give the side some words of encouragement and to urge fans to continue supporting the squad. 

Gareth Southgate’s side performed valiantly against the reigning world champions but a missed penalty from captain Harry Kane proved costly as France held on to win 2-1.

 Tyson Fury has offered his support to the England side following their exit from the World Cup

Fury said: ‘Hold your heads up Lions. We Go Again @EnglandFootball. Support Our Team. Support Our Boys. Support Our Team. In victory and in defeat.’

The 34-year-old then quoted Rocky Balboa’s famous phrase, saying: ‘It ain’t about how hard you hit. It’s about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward.’

As well as this, the Gypsy King made sure to include #MentalHealthAwareness in his tweet.

Fury has always been open about the struggles he faced before becoming the heavyweight world champion and has long been an advocate of supporting mental health.

The England team can use the boxer as inspiration for how to overcome adversity before conquering the world in your chosen field.

Fury has always been open about his struggles before becoming heavyweight world champion

England have once again come close to cracking the code when it comes to winning an international tournament and this latest experience had many positive signs.

The side has an impressive young core in the squad and will look to bounce back at the 2024 European Championships.

As Fury said, it’s ‘about how hard you can get hit and keep moving forward’, and the squad will be able to learn from this defeat.

 Harry Kane missed a crucial penalty as England lost 2-1 to the current world champions France




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