...more? From the squad he chose to the first starting lineup he put out to the formation they lined up in to the changes he made and the performance they put on in beating Norway one nil he's doing his best to shout 'this is all I've got'.
...purpose. That was ex-England manager Graham Taylor's opinion. But maybe the only purpose it served was England finally beating Sweden after 43 years.
...Fabio game. Against a team that wasn't even mediocre Fabio's side put in a performance that provides a win but won't excite anyone bar the delusional.
...can you explain that Fabio? Yes that's right and England side shorn of the usual suspects who have failed time and time again put in a pretty good performance. So what now?
...it was only England after all. Not only that it's still a Fabio led England, with much of the same dead wood hanging onto their places as competed with France during the World Cup for the worst team on show.
...they are a great side. They are top because they are just a bit better than the rubbish that makes up the rest of England's Euro 2012 qualifying group and good enough to to get a point away to Fabio's mob.
..live last night. I had far better things to do with my time and after all they never watched me when I was crap. But I knew they'd struggle against poor opposition but win and many would claim it as a new dawn for Fabio's side.
...is that people were shocked by it. Why did anyone expect anything different from this England side? Yes this was even worse than before but that's the path England are taking.
...before unlike Fabio not well after the World Cup finals. Fabio Capello has named his provisional 30 squad for the World Cup it includes the usual suspects alongside some stupid choices and 6 players from Spurs.
...from England's opposition. After a shocking first half against Egypt at Wembley, England managed to scrape a win but that team put out by Capello and led by Gerrard should fill no one with hopes of World Cup glory.
England's fourth 3-0 victory in Euro 2008 qualifiers but there was still too many weak links on the park against Russia, Gerrard, the Coles and Ferdinand.
England looked a more balanced outfit against a poor Israel side in their 3-0 Eruo 2008 qualifying win at Wembley but yet again Stevie G failed to live up to the hype as others took their chance in replacement of the usual suspects.