...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'.
...every football ground. The good old days of pre-Premier League football, where the box didn't resemble Come Dancing at corners.
...NEXT! So was that Stuart Pearce's one and only game as manager of England? Does he deserve another chance or his he just a bit too desperate for the job at the Euros despite all the protestations to the contrary?
...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.
...it was 10 years ago today. Owen hat-trick, screamer from Gerrard even Heskey scored and we stuffed the Germans... just memories...
...has played out. I hadn't really paid much attention to what looks on paper as England's rather easy qualifying group for the 2014 World Cup Finals.
...themselves. Just over a week back Paul Scholes revealed why he quit playing for England and it had nothing to do with being played out on the left but rather those that were playing around him, those playing for personal glory and not the team.
...substitution. One scumbag who has played a full part in past failures, Terry, regains the captain's armband from another scumbag who has played a full part in past failures, Ferdinand.
...again. Showing himself, the FA, FIFA and the whole of the game up, yet again and yet again getting away with it. Just like Rooney is again getting away with it.
...shocker. Well as of writing this that is, so far I haven't heard that Michael Dawson is suffering any career threatening injury due to his 67 minute outing as England beat Denmark, last night.
...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.
...and they deserved to win. So West Ham can now be happy for the rest of the season, when they are relegated they can look back and at least have one high spot, beating Spurs, who seem to have their eyes on something else.
...boots, after that. England actually manage to beat a fourth rate side at home in their opening qualification game for Euro 2012. Meet the new qualification campaign, same as the old qualification campaign.
...Fabio. Neither have I claimed you are a monster, rather I put you firmly in the Italian version of Sven Goran-Eriksson as England manager, you beat little teams in qualifying but are out of our depth when the real thing comes round.