As I've said in my daily World Cup diary, this may well be the lowest point I've ever encountered in all my years of watching England - and be warned I've watched a darn sight more than many of you.
This is supposed to be a match review but i just can't find it in me currently to even attempt one and I figure most of you have seen it and, if you didn't, I'm sure the Soccernet review will unfold the horror for you in better detail than I can currently muster.
So, for a day or two at least, I'm throwing this open to you, dear reader. Just where do England go from here? (Other than the airport obviously) Let's hear from you. I'll reply to as many as I possibly can to get some type of debate going.
UPDATE: 28th June 2010
Thank you for all the emails - it's just a shame that it seems that the only way to get any response from Soccernet readers is to either play out an appalling draw against a North African side or lose in hideous circumstances to our arch-rivals.
Judging by the tone and timbre of the thousands of words that have flooded into Blagg Acres, I'd suggest that us English either only come to life when things are going bad or, perhaps, we just like a good moan. But then many of the emails I've received have come from supporters of St George in other countries (No, I've never understood it either...) so that either means that fans take on the mentality of the side they support or there is some fascinating data here for a Professor of Anthropology.
Anyway, I've printed all that I have so far apart from those with swearing in - not big or clever, girls - and the one that called me a **** **** **** Yank. To them, I have just three words. I'm a Cockney!
I'll try and collate some more thoughts over the next couple of days and add them here as they float in on the ether.
UPDATE: 29th June 2010
As this one seems to want to keep running I'll open up some more threads rather than have everyone keep posting here under the match result. Look on the Correspondents page http://blogs.soccernet.com/wchome/ and look for the appropriate threads