I have a hard time believing Sterling walked into a room and grabbed him by the throat unprovoked.
I tend to believe the report that Gomez was acting like a child, laughing and giggling with his Liverpool team mates on a separate table and Sterling over reacted.
Southgate has built a very good reputation having a unified squad that all get on and the last thing he wants is question marks over that. Easier to let Sterling take the blame as a one off over reaction.
Donít agree with the booing but also not sympathetic.
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