Former Manchester United captain Rio Ferdinand has thrown his name into the hat of optional England managers.
The 37-year-old is an outspoken critic of all that went wrong in the last regime.
‘When you don’t know your starting 11 when you get to the tournament and don’t know your best formation, there’s a problem,’ the former England defender told Copa 90.
‘When you perform in a team, individuals can only perform to their greatest ability when the platform at the bottom and the foundations are set.
‘There needs to be a structure and you need to understand what you want your team to do.
‘When a player isn’t performing too well as an individual, he can fall back on that platform of structure, the team and unity.’
‘That’s why I should be manager!” concluded Ferdinand.
The former West Ham defender isn’t part of the recognized short list of managers in line for interviews with the FA. At the moment Sam Allardyce and Jurgen Klinsmann were spoken to about the job.