The latest addition to England's squad...Barack Obama
Are we sub-standard at grassroots? Or is it simply a lack of passion for the shirt? As ever, the answer seems a little more nuanced.
A Scotland fan spotted basking in England's World Cup demise alongside Uruguay fans told ITV he was "worried" his antics would "go viral".
Roy Hodgson and Steven Gerrard have urged Harry Redknapp to "name and shame" players he claims sought help to avoid England duty when he was manager of Tottenham.
Redknapp, speaking on BBC Radio Five Live's Sportsweek programme, said he had dealt with "two or three" players who did not want to play for England during his three-and-a-half-year spell at White Hart Lane.
The England captain and manager responded, insisting no players in the current set-up held such feelings.
"Who?" Gerrard asked, "Name them. We need names. I don't know who he means. Five years ago? 10 years ago?
"If it's the case, it's disgusting."
Hodgson added: "In the two years I've been here, I've seen a greater interest in playing for England, so Harry's comments come as a bit of a surprise."
England's manager and captain faced the press today for the first time since their early exit from the World Cup was confirmed.
Roy Hodgson and Steven Gerrard admitted emotions are still raw. Gerrard is yet to decide whether he will retire from international football.
Steven Gerrard said he "needs a holiday" to clear his head before he makes any big decisions about retiring from international football.
He told a news conference he had asked for some time over the summer to consider the decision:
England Captain Steven Gerrard has addressed rumours of his retirement from international football following England's defeats in Brazil, telling a press conference "I won't be making any announcements in the next week".
ITV News Sports Producer Will Mott reports from the Brazil:
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Gerrard: Won't be rushing into any decisions, I'm still hurting very bad, and broken
Gerrard: I won't be making any announcements in the next week
British police working at the World Cup in Brazil say they do not anticipate any trouble from "dejected" England fans despite their exit from the tournament.
England crashed out of the tournament after losing their first two group games against Italy and Uruguay, and are due to play their last match against surprise leaders Costa Rica on Tuesday.
"We are aware fans are feeling a bit low and dejected, but we have had no trouble from them so far. We are not anticipating any trouble from them at all. There have been no arrests so far," Paddy Cooper, a spokesman for the Association of Chief Police Officers, said.
Despite England's failure, sports fans may have six more reasons to cheer this summer.
England's "embarrassing" early exit from the World Cup must be a wake-up call that there is something "fundamentally wrong" with the national game, Rio Ferdinand has warned.
Costa Rica's 1-0 victory over Italy condemned England to their earliest elimination from the tournament since 1958, after defeats by Italy and Uruguay.
Ferdinand blamed England's "puddle deep" pool of talented players on a lack of facilities, quality coaches and playing opportunities for young players.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, the former Manchester United defender said: "Enough is enough. England’s embarrassing early exit from the World Cup needs to be a wake-up call that something is fundamentally wrong in our national game and it needs fixing or we’ll be also-rans for ever."
Joe Hart has apologised for England's early World Cup exit and vowed to do the country proud in their final game before jetting home.
The Manchester City goalkeeper called this the lowest moment of his career to date.
Wayne Rooney was asked by ITV News Sports Editor Steve Scott if the Uruguay game was proof he should only ever play as centre-forward.
Rooney said that he didn't have "any problems with playing out wide", as in the Italy game, and didn't have problems with any positions he is asked to play:
England goalkeeper Joe Hart has said that crashing out of the football World Cup has left him feeling empty after giving his all to England during the campaign.
Joe Hart: It's an empty feeling. I've put everything into this tournament but ultimately it's cruel, it's gutting for me.
In a press conference from Brazil, Hart also echoed Wayne Rooney's comments thanking the fans for making the journey out support them.
Joe Hart: We'd like to thank the fans for making the difficult journey, their presence was felt. We've left nothing out there.