In truth there were more questions raised than answered in a performance that was neither impressive nor depressive, but rather one of middling proportions. Extract from Sporting Life. Will the players step up to the plate, hold their hands up (apart from, it seems, the goalie ) take the positives from this and continue on their learning curve... ... or just have a game of cards and quaff a few bottles of 'Crystal' champers? England seem to be, to paraphrase George Formby... "leaning on the lampard at the corner of the street..." What advice could the guvnor, Mr McClaren give to his elite, highly rewarded professionals in order to elicit team performance of the highest quality? And why is there such a difference in the sound of 'singing' at Wembley compared to, say Twickenham? How easy is it to commentate on a football match Trevor?