Southgate, who also suffered a dislocated shoulder this week, admonished the media at their base in Repino after the photo of the team notes emerged, casting something of a shadow over what has been a positive atmosphere among players and reporters that has even resulted in a friendly darts competition.
At the 2014 World Cup, some reporters did find vantage points in Rio de Janeiro to watch private training sessions, which irritated the then-England coaching staff, including Gary Neville.
"I think it's huge".
He said: "We've got a lot of belief in this squad - that's because of the players we've got".
Holland was photographed holding a note which bore the names of what appeared to be Southgate's projected England team to face Panama on Sunday, suggesting he planned to bench Raheem Sterling for Marcus Rashford and start Ruben Loftus-Cheek in the absence of the injured Dele Alli.
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However, he then turned to VAR to make sure he had not been fooled by the Paris Saint-Germain man. He first flopped to the ground in front of goal, hoping to draw a penalty.
"But I've got to say we've got some brilliant, top professionals who are coping really well with that, both in their approach to training and in the conversations they have around the team".
But it's clear that England want more support from the media.
England felt they should have had penalties for blatant fouls on captain Harry Kane at two set-pieces.
Southgate is also keen to keep everyone in his squad happy, including those yet to get any game time in Russian Federation.
Henderson said: "I like VAR when it goes our way, so hopefully I'll like it against Panama".
"It doesn't give me or afford me any advantage". From that central position, it is good because I have so many options, I have the ball trying to set up things. "That's fairly typical for most of the teams".
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England boss Southgate has warned his players not to get involved in any pushing, shoving and wrestling situations at corners and free-kicks.
"Managing this squad means a lot to me because I am a proud Englishman".
'Their manager knows we have to make one.
"Discipline is going to be a big part of the game on Sunday", he said.
The farm worker, born in 1966, the year of England's only World Cup win, continued: "It's a bit of fun for the World Cup".
Richard Nicholson, of Cannon Hall Farm, near Barnsley, South Yorkshire, said he was optimistic as the mini-stunt has already predicted a Three Lions win against Tunisia.
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And despite the claim from Gomez, they have a player in Harry Kane who certainly knows how to fire the bullets.