I think the best way I could summarise Southgate’s tournament is that he has overachieved and surpassed considerably the very low expectations people had for the team. There’s no doubt that Southgate has improved the team (right at the last minute when it could have been done earlier, I add), has added a belief and togetherness that hadn’t existed previously and has moved them in the right direction. However, it also needs to be noted that those expectations did not factor in the run of games we had in the end. Given the opportunity we had and what I think is generally agreed as being tactical naivety and a stubbornness against changing the team/formation/mindset even when it stopped and/or was failing to work held England back from improving as much as we could have done. Euro 2020 is a weird one. We should have at least two and possibly three matches at Wembley (if Scotland do not qualify) otherwise it could be two at Wembley and one at Hampden from memory which may (or may not) be an advantage.