So - here we go - my thoughts on the assumed imminent arrival of Fabio Capello to train England's national football team.
Now most angles have been covered already by people with more time for research and more readers than I have, so I've looked for a new perspective.
Firstly, we've always wanted England to play more like a club side - so a Foreign Coach is a good first step. Secondly, if he gets one of those natty tracksuit tops with his initials on it we will have England FC on it. So looking good already.
On the language barrier - I don't think Zola would be much cop as a translator.
He'd be fine explaining what Fabio wants done to the players and at press conferences, but how on earth could he hope to explain to the new manager about the English players' drinking, gambling, nightclubbing, filming themselves, fighting and autobiography addictions?
No, what we need is someone with these experiences that can also speak Italian.
Has anyone seen Gazza recently?