The last time I saw "intelligent" precision football being played by the England team was a long time ago, under the management of Terry Venables.
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At the World Cup, England's players have acted as screens to block defenders and give teammates space to attack the ball, as seen in England's opening goal against Panama scored by center back John Stones.
The nation has embraced the single by The Lightning Seeds along with comedians David Baddiel and Frank Skinner, originally released for EURO 96, and turned it into a unifying way of celebrating their team's first appearance at a FIFA World Cup semi-final since 1990.
Just three epic games to play (and one "well we may as well while we're here" encounter) - until Russian Federation 2018 announces its ultimate victor; Vladimir Putin, aside.
The group is facing one its most hard meetings in years due to US President Donald Trump's criticism of the organisation and his targeting of German leader Angela Merkel.
Houghton has been in the same position as men's captain Harry Kane as she led England to the last four at the World Cup in 2015, where they lost 2-1 to Japan. He continued: "We have really toned things down because we have enough stuff".
"They've seen we've got good lads who are incredibly proud to play, and are playing in a slightly different style to the one we've seen for a few years - playing with confidence on a big stage. Over the past several days, we've enjoyed it even more because we know what's been going on back at home".
Southgate also recruited Allan Russell, the team's attack coach, who has keenly studied set-play moves in American Football and the National Basketball Association.
John Stones has been England's third-biggest attacking threat at this World Cup, being on the end of 1.45 xG, and scoring twice from the chances he has had. "We as players look at ourselves first...we never performed....but sometimes you have to be allowed to perform!"
Robert Prosinecki, a member of the 1998 squad, said: "I would so much like that they be better than us. It's because it's coming home".