Tyrone Mings shows off his fit physique as he dons swimming shorts

Tyrone Mings shows off his fit physique as he dons swimming shorts for a beach stroll with his girlfriend… after missing out on a place in the England squad for the FIFA World Cup 2022 in Qatar

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Tyrone Mings showed off his fit physique as he stripped down to his swimwear for a stroll on the beach his girlfriend Frankee in Barbados on Thursday.

The footballer, 29, – who missed out on a place in the England squad for the FIFA World Cup competition in Qatar, which starts on Sunday – was thought to be in the Caribbean for his teammate Danny Ings’ wedding.

Aston Villa player Tyrone, who shares a daughter with Frankee, showed off his body art as he walked along the golden sand in a pair of salmon-hued swimming shorts.

Basking in the sunshine: Tyrone Mings, 29, showed off his fit physique as he stripped down to his swimwear for a stroll on the beach with his girlfriend Frankee in Barbados on Thursday

He shielded his eyes behind a pair of gold-framed sunglasses and wore a matching gold chain around his neck as he walk alongside his partner, who he has not yet named. 

She opted for a black bikini as she too wore a pair of dark sunglasses to protect her eyes from the bright light.

Tyrone’s girlfriend wore her blonde hair up in a large bun on her head and had a glistening gold watch on her wrist.

Taking it easy: The footballer missed out on a place in the England squad for the FIFA World Cup competition in Qatar, which starts on Sunday

Tyrone dipped his feet in the shallow water as the waves gently lapped the shore, with the sportsman’s leaving his tattooed legs on show.

The sports star’s name was not called by England manager Gareth Southgate earlier this month when Gareth named his squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.  

Captain Harry Kane is leading the team in the Gulf this winter with the first match of the competition kicking off on Sunday.


Good company: The footballer looked relaxed as he walked alongside his partner, who he has not yet named, with the pair sharing a conversation as they enjoyed the sun 

Out for a stroll: Aston Villa player Tyrone, who shares a daughter with Frankee, showed off his body art as he walked along the golden sand in a pair of salmon-hued swimming short

Cooling off: He shielded his eyes behind a pair of gold-framed sunglasses and wore a matching gold chain around his neck as he went for a dip in the water

Holiday ready: Tyrone’s girlfriend opted for a black bikini as she too wore a pair of dark sunglasses to protect her eyes from the bright light

An army of WAGs will be accompanying them to Qatar, although they will be staying on a £1billion cruise liner off the coast with their husbands not allowed on board. 

The team, which includes wonderkids Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka, are set to form their own strict Covid bubble at the Souq Al Wakra hotel in Doha.

Harry Kane tweeted: ‘So proud to be captaining my country at a World Cup for the second time. I know this group of lads will give absolutely everything to go all the way. Let’s go!’


Work of art: Tyrone dipped his feet in the shallow water as the waves gently lapped the shore, with the sportsman’s leaving his tattooed legs on show

Beautiful game: The sports star’s name was not called by England manager Gareth Southgate earlier this month when Gareth named his squad for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar


Squad: Captain Harry Kane is leading the team in the Gulf this winter with the first match of the competition kicking off on Sunday

Ready to play: The team, which includes wonderkids Jude Bellingham, Phil Foden and Bukayo Saka, are set to form their own strict Covid bubble at the Souq Al Wakra hotel in Doha

Looking forward: Harry Kane tweeted: ‘So proud to be captaining my country at a World Cup for the second time. I know this group of lads will give absolutely everything to go all the way’

Not called up: Tyrone, along with Crystal Palace player Marc Guehi and AC Milan’s Fikayo Tomori, are among those missing out

Gareth has largely stuck with the tried and tested, with the most eye-catching selections being Leicester attacking midfielder James Maddison and Newcastle striker Callum Wilson.  

Asked if his squad contained everything necessary to win a World Cup, Gareth told a press conference: ‘We’ve wanted to make sure the balance of the squad is right. I think the squad is more important than ever. 

‘With five substitutes you can have almost half the team changed during the game so you want different options for different moments of matches and stages at the tournament as well.


Team: Gareth has stuck with the tried and tested, with the most eye-catching selections being Leicester attacking midfielder James Maddison and Newcastle striker Callum Wilson

Quizzed: Asked if his squad contained everything necessary to win a World Cup, Gareth told a press conference: ‘We’ve wanted to make sure the balance of the squad is right’

Tactical: ‘The squad is more important than ever. With five substitutes you can have almost half the team changed during the game so you want different options for different moments’

Risks: He added: ‘We’ve had to cover a couple of players that aren’t yet fully fit, so having 26 available meant we were probably able to take a couple of risks’

Ready to fight for the cup: ‘We think the balance is there and we’ve got cover in the positions we need’

Fever pitch: Tyrone plays for Aston Villa football club and has also played for the England squad, although he wasn’t called up for the Qatar World Cup (pictured this month)

‘We’ve had to cover a couple of players that aren’t yet fully fit, so having 26 available meant we were probably able to take a couple of risks that you might not have been able to with 23, but we think the balance is there and we’ve got cover in the positions we need.

‘We’re lighter on depth in some positions than others but we think we’ve got everything covered.’

Tyrone, along with Crystal Palace player Marc Guehi and AC Milan’s Fikayo Tomori, are among those missing out.

Confident: ‘We’re lighter on depth in some positions than others but we think we’ve got everything covered,’ he said

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