The England manager revealed that he will select big reputation players even if they are injured or even dead.
He said: “Like many England managers before me, I have no real strategy or philosophy. And because I’m a weak human being, I will pick players simply to get the press and the fans on my side.”
He added: “I wouldn’t rule out taking any of the 1966 squad. Obviously Bobby Moore is a no-brainer, for the experience his corpse would give us alone he has to be on the plane. I wouldn’t be a proud Englishman if I didn’t consider reanimating him into some kind of zombie humanoid and putting him on for the second half against Italy.”
The England boss also insisted that he wants the rest of the squad to be comfortable with the prospect of being humiliated at a major tournament.
He said:” I’ve come to the conclusion that there are only two ways to be remembered and one of those is fucking up on a gargantuan scale.
“Let’s just say I’ve got my fingers crossed.”