I'd have to agree. I remember back in the '90's England could play with 5 at the back and had the footballing IQ and skill to play multiple formations, setups and execute different game plans. We also had a host of very good players who couldn't even get in the starting 11 (particularly in defence). We weren't the best side, but were capable of making quarter finals and a semi every now and then (90 and 96). The players we have today can't even do that (which is pretty basic for an International footballer). Who knows how long changing things from the grass roots up will take. Germany did something similar where they changed their culture after Euro 2000, it took them 8-10 years to see the results of that and 14 before they won anything. It will take a bit of time, but it's way past the point where some serious action needs to be taken imo.