EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW BY IAN HERBERT: For a player who avoided headers, he didn’t do so badly. Though Terry Venables and Bobby Robson were perfectly happy for him to use his feet in England training, he scored 15 of his 48 England goals with his head (including in the 1986 World Cup against Argentina, pictured). That is more than any other player since detailed records were kept and eclipses Wayne Rooney and Charlton, the only two who have scored more goals for England. That, says Lineker, puts to bed any suggestion that heading is needed in training. ‘I agree with Chris Sutton that there’s absolutely no reason to be heading the ball in training,’ he tells Sportsmail.