Can flexible thinking save the English football team?

English football is suffering a low point (yet again!) The team’s poor performance in the World Cup has brought the football pundits knives out against England manager Fabio Capello.

Criticisms of a too rigid 4-4-2 system, or that he is lacking a Plan B cover the sports pages.

It seems his (and England’s saviour) will be flexible thinking – the ability to come up with new, different solutions to tackle seemingly insurmountable odds.

As patriots, the Flexible Thinking Forum will gladly do all it can, should Fabio make the call for our advice.

Regardless, we just hope the power of flexible thinking will be recognised by the English management and team – and if they do embrace it, who knows what England could do.

As Barack Obama declared: “Hope is not blind optimism. Hope is not sitting on the sidelines or shirking from a fight. Hope is that thing inside of us that insists, despite all the evidence to the contrary, that there is something greater inside of us.”

Here’s hoping.

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