PAUL Gascoigne says England can win the Euros if we throw all our support behind boss Gareth Southgate.
Legend Gazza told fans and players ahead of tonights quarter-final with Ukraine in Rome: If we trust in Gareth, everything else will come good.
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Paul Gascoigne believes England can go on and win Euro 2020Credit: Dan Charity / The Sun
England boss Gareth Southgate gives a thumbs up as the team board the plane to UkraineCredit: Getty
Gazzas Three Lions battle cry came as captain Harry Kane got off the plane ready to cane Ukraine. 
Urging supporters at home and in Italy to play their part, he told The Sun: The crucial thing is for as many England fans as possible to get to the game and, most importantly, get behind Gareth.
Hes the answer to everything for us, and we need to believe in him.
Gazza, now 54, was Englands hero in the 1996 tournament and rallied to Southgates side after his cruel penalty miss against Germany in the semi-final.
The ex-Spurs and Lazio ace added: I know Gareth well and were still good mates so I know hes got what it takes to take us all the way. Hes the key.
Gazza consoled Gareth Southgate after his critical Euro 96 missed penaltyCredit: Colorsport
Euro 96 hero Gazza says supporters must get behind Gareth SouthgateCredit: Getty
England players yesterday boarded their flight to Italy from Birmingham led by a determined-looking captain Kane.
Defender Harry Maguire also looked steely-eyed on the aircraft steps.
Midfield ace Phil Foden appeared relaxed as he smiled to the cameras, and central defender John Stones gave a quick thumbs-up.
Just over two hours later, they landed safely in Rome, with Kane and Kieran Trippier in masks as they disembarked.
Captain Harry Kane led the England team into Italy after flying to RomeCredit: Getty
Harry Maguire is the rock in England’s defence hoping to shut Ukraine outCredit: Getty
Defensive partner John Stones was in good spirits as he boarded the flightCredit: Getty
 Gazza has good memories of tonights Stadio Olimpico venue, having played there for Lazio in the early 1990s.
He added: I know that stadium well. Its big, but we dont need to be intimidated. We have the right man in charge and the right players to go the distance, but we cant have any doubts in our manager if were going to go all the way.
Of course fans can make a difference if they are in full voice on a big night Ive experienced that myself.
A packed house of supporters behind you is an amazing thing, so hopefully an army of England fans will make it one way or another, even if it is people already living out there.
Gazza believes England’s Euro 2020 team have what it takes to go all the wayCredit: Dan Charity / The Sun
Italy is a fantastic footballing country. I love the fans and they were very good to me. The atmosphere will be fantastic. With England fans behind the team and the manager, theres no reason we cant win this one, but obviously we mustnt get carried away it will be tough.
Paul added of the Three Lions boss, 50: Gareth is amazing, and a good mate. Ive spoken to him fairly recently before the tournament.
Weve always stayed in touch. When we played together, he was an amazing team-mate but a brilliant bloke off the pitch, too.
Hes always been good to me on a personal level. Hes very approachable.
He understands people and he understands football. Hes a smart guy.
Hes also very proud of his role with England, which he should be. Its the ultimate job for a football man, and he really deserves it.
Phil Foden dyed his hair just like Gazza at Euro 96Credit: Getty
Gazza, who has overcome a raft of personal demons, added: Ill be watching Saturday of course, even if its quite bittersweet.
I dont mind admitting it, we never quite got there in 1996 but this squad might go all the way.
“As a footballer, its hard not to be jealous, but I wish Gareth and the team all the best. They have a real shot of this.
And after watching Englands clashes so far, he backed Foden and midfield pal Jack Grealish to make the difference tonight.
He said: Jack and Phil both remind me of me, in the centre of the park trying to make things happen.
Theyve both played well so far, but my advice would just be for them to follow the ball, thats their role.
Gazza is a big fan of Jack Grealish and says Harry Kane must not go too deepCredit: Getty
Harry Kane needs to stay around the 18-yard box ready, thats his job, dont track back.
Terry Venables (England boss in 1996) used to tell us to just focus on our own job, for Harry thats scoring goals.
We dont need you back at the halfway line. Stay up top ready.
Foden and Grealish should be tracking the ball, staying within ten yards of it as much as possible, being involved in everything.
With this side and an army of England fans behind them theres no reason we cant make it to the semis.
And, as I keep saying, if the country believes in Gareth, and I really do, then theres no reason we cant win this.
SINGING legend Neil Diamond is backing England to go all the way after his classic hit Sweet Caroline became an anthem for Three Lions fans.
The legendary US songwriter, 80 said he was thrilled his 1969 tune was belted out by fans and players after Euros victories.
And he hopes it can spur the Three Lions ahead of their vital quarter final showdown against Ukraine.
He said: What a thrill to hear everyone singing Sweet Caroline. I hope you can do it again heres to England.
England coach Gareth Southgate has revealed his backroom team played the song on their coach following Tuesdays win.
Southgate said of the song: That is a belter, really.
 PM flag tribute
Boris Johnson found the biggest England flag possible to back the teamCredit: Simon Dawson / No10 Downing Street
BORIS Johnson stands in the centre of a giant England flag outside No10 as he sends his support to the Three Lions.
The PM will be cheering on England against UkraineCredit: Tim Hammond / No10 Downing Street
The PM gave a thumbs up as the team prepares to meet Ukraine in the quarter-final clash tonight.
He and wife Carrie tweeted a picture of themselves watching Englands 2-0 victory against Germany on Tuesday night, saying: Were all behind you bring it home!
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