Harry Kane Names The One Team He’d Love To See In An ‘All Or Nothing’ Documentary
Harry Kane would love to watch an 'All or Nothing'-style show on the England team that won the 1966 World Cup - but the Spurs striker also wishes he could be a fly on the wall in Liverpool's dressing room right now.
"You know what would have been great?" Kane told SPORTbible when asked which side, past or present, he'd want to sneak a behind-the-scenes look at. "Obviously it can't happen but: the 1966 England team at the World Cup. That would have been a pretty special journey to watch, to see the last time we won a trophy with England."
That insight would be especially important to Kane because the England captain came as close as anyone to replicating that success when the Three Lions made it to the semi-finals in 2018.
"It's strange, because being out there in Russia, we were in our little bubble," he says. "So we knew what was going on back home, we could see videos and so on.
"But everyone since I got home said: 'You didn't realise how crazy it was back here!' which was amazing. That gave us a little taste - and I know me especially and all the boys are looking forward to a Euros next summer, trying to get that World Cup fire back. And it'll be a lot better if we can come home with a trophy."
When asked which Premier League team's dressing room he'd be a fly on the wall for, Kane goes directly for something we'd all enjoy: an insight into Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool.
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"Obviously Liverpool are reigning champions, aren't they? So it would be nice to try and get a bit of their tactics before they play the games," he laughs.
"They're a very strong team, ran away with the Premier League last year. Look: it'd be great to see what every other team is planning so we could get a leg up! But I don't think that'll be happening."
While football fans binge on 'All or Nothing' at the moment, it seems unlikely that Liverpool will let a camera crew access all areas at Anfield anytime soon after the muted response to 'Being: Liverpool' back in the day.
Though if Kane achieves his ultimate England aim and brings home the World Cup, he should be able to demand whatever he likes. A live 19-screen insight into every Premier League club's changing room? Coming right up, Sir Harry.
Harry Kane is a Coca-Cola ambassador and stars in the new 'Make Your Home the Home End' campaign giving fans the chance to win their Premier League new season shirt on special packs of Coca-Cola
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