The Guardiola effect: Will England win World Cup?

CAIRO –30 October 2017: Whichever country Pep Guardiola coaches in, it wins the World Cup. It may not be a direct indication, but it is an observation for optimism.
During his time with Barcelona, Spain won the first World Cup in their history, and Germany won its first title since 1990 when he was Bayern Munich’s coach.
Will England, which was excluded from the last World Cup in the group stage and the last UEFA European Championship in the round of 16 against Iceland, win the next World Cup?
England has missed the title since its only historic coronation in 1966.
Perhaps England's current squad does not qualify them to raise the World Cup at the expense of the great teams at present, such as France, Germany, Brazil and Spain.
But looking at the last few months and the achievements of the younger English teams, it could be possible.
In June, England won the FIFA U-20 World Cup for the first time in history.
A strong English generation led by coach Paul Simpson gave a strong show to a 1-0 win over the surprise of the tournament, Venezuela, in the final of the South Korean edition.
Lookman, Solanke and Calvert-Lewinare were the most prominent names to shine with England U-20 a few months ago. There may still be a long way to go to Gareth Southgate's first team.
On October 28, England won the FIFA U-17 World Cup after an epic return against Spain with a 5-2 victory.
A few months ago in Croatia, the team lost the UEFA U-17 European Championship final against Spain, but they returned and defeated the same opponent in India.
It was the only fourth time in the U-17 World Cup.
A wonderful young English generation may have a great footprint in the next few years. Pep Guardiola's myth may continue with the World Cup.
Let us identify the most prominent names in this strongly rising generation.
Steve Cooper (head coach):
Steve Cooper, 37, a former Welsh football player who has not had a big career.
He began his career as a football player in 1998 and finished quickly in 2003 to start his coaching career.
The start was at the Wexham Academy, before moving to Liverpool FC Academy from 2008 to 2011.
In 2014, his real work with the current generation began, and the culmination was ultimately great for his overall contributions.
Steven Sessegnon:
The 17-year-old is able to perform strongly as a midfielder or defender.
Slaviša Jokanović, current coach of Fulham, described Sessegnon as the team's future.
Last August, Sessegnon made his first appearance with Fulham in 90 minutes against Wycombe in the League Cup.
Tashan Oakley-Boothe:
At the age of 17, Tashan appears close to getting into the interests of Tottenham coach Mauroiso Pochetino.
Tashan is good at playing in the midfield and can play defensive roles while also making an offensive contribution.
In the pre-season, the young player won the admiration of Pochetino, who gradually began to include him in the first team.
He was given his debut by the manager as a late substitute in the Carabao Cup win over Barnsley.
He was also on the team's list in a Premier League match against Burnley at the start of the season and ended 1-1 at Wembley.
Phil Foden:
Foden's first appearance was during Manchester City's pre-season summer tour.
The young playmaker took part in more than one match and was dazzling in his movements with the ball, control and passes.
Foden has made an amazing performance to the recent World Cup in India and has been a major contributor to achieving the title and named the tournament's best player.
Jadon Sancho:
Sancho did not finish the championship despite being the most important player on the squad, and returned to Germany after the second match against Mexico, summoning from his club Borussia Dortmund.
Sancho plays for the first team of the German club, where he was transferred to last summer from Manchester City.
Perhaps Sancho is the most prominent name of this generation, who may find his way to the first team quickly if he plays consistently with Borussia Dortmund.
Sancho starred a few months ago in the UEFA U-17 Championship in Croatia, in which England was runner-up and won the best player award.
Rhian Brewster:
The player, who moved from Chelsea to Liverpool when he was 15 years old, presented a very strong performance in the World Cup.
A hat-trick in the quarter-final against the United States, followed by another one in the semi-final against Brazil, was a great contribution from the player to his country's title race, before scoring a goal in the final against Spain.
He scored 8 goals to crown the tournament's top scorer.