Let's face it - everyone has their say on how the England football team should be run. How they should line-up, which players should make up the XI, when the subs should be made. Everything is up for discussion when the Three Lions line up.
Gareth Southgate has guided them to a first major tournament final since 1966, though - and his say goes.
But... what if you were placed in his shoes during England's biggest match in a generation? What would you do when faced with tough decisions? Take part in our story, become Southgate, be the one and get this all sorted.
Oh, and please make sure you bring It home.
The biggest talking points of the England squad revolve around the lack of minutes for both Jack Grealish & Jadon Sancho. However, Bukayo Saka hasn't put a foot wrong out wide and starts games off on the right foot. What about Jadon Sancho? He hasn't truly been in the frame until now...
But what if?
England's young lions are buoyed by the second-half introduction of Kane & Sterling. The pair start to create space and options for Jack Grealish, and while Kane is quick to equalise, a controversial handball decision affords Italy a winner via a last-gasp penalty. England fought back, so hard, but it wasn't to be. Not this time. You kept them calm - and that proved to be the top decision even if your side weren't able to claim glory.
Great choice. Saka is nothing less than solid and has proven himself well at Euro 2020.
He comes into his own in the final, and it's his dummy run that allows Kyle Walker to send in a devastating cross... but Kane can't reach it due to his shirt being pulled. REF!
It's a penalty to England in the final. 60 minutes have gone...
Kane takes it well first time - this time - and gives England the lead. Raheem Sterling latches onto a through ball and darts in to make it 2-0. Wembley is booming.
It's not over, though.
Ciro Immobile scores in the 90th minute, and the fourth official has just signalled for SEVEN added minutes. It's getting nervy...
Oh dear. England break well, but push far too high up the pitch. Substitute Phil Foden can't land a clean shot on the counter and Donnarumma rolls it out. Kalvin Phillips and Jordan Henderson are caught up the field and a quick break has Italy equalising through Berardi. This wasn't meant to happen.
Rattled, and tired. England slump through extra-time and then they bow out in a penalty shootout. Mistakes happen.
Tough call - but the right one. England's plan has worked so far, and it holds up here against a tired Italy. There are a few scares but Kalvin Phillips is able to lock it down in the middle. Substitute Phil Foden manages to create a chance - and while he sends it wide, England aren't playing as aggressively to allow Italy a counter. It's over, and England have done it!
Henderson and Kane discuss it, and Kane takes. He goes one better than the Denmark effort and scores first-time. 1-0 to England opens the door for two as Raheem Sterling races through an undisciplined Italy and rolls the ball past Donnarumma.
However, the fightback is on. Ciro Immobile scores before the end of regular time before Leo Bonucci nods in an injury-time equaliser. A sluggish period of extra-time follows before a penalty shootout...
Cool as you like, Walker slots it home to win it after Italy fluff their lines. That's him and the squad knighted - it was all a breeze in the end! Walker repaid your trust, and lets you know he is more than ready for 2022...
Oh no! Shaw blazes wide to send England out. You're going home.
Everyone in the world has their doubts as Harry Maguire lines up to take the spot-kick. After Bonucci's miss, it's on him to win it. His run-up is awkward and he looks overconfident...
But he damn near rips the net off with his strike, flustering Donnarumma. He's done it! It's coming home!
What are you thinking? We've been here before with Pickford, but this is serious! He's up for it, but thankfully doesn't need a kick. England score four, Italy miss two and it's done and dusted before Pickford can have his moment. You got away with this one! The nation will never know the truth, but neither do they care! England have done it!
It's one-nil to Italy at 75 minutes and Jadon Sancho is struggling with a foot issue. It's clear that he has picked up a knock, but he's still doing his best to dazzle. In fact, as the match goes on it only seems like he is managing to find more space. What's more, Declan Rice is looking tired after dealing with Italy's midfield. You've only got one change left - who's coming off?
Jude Bellingham and Sancho start to link up very well - and Bellingham is covering every blade of grass out there. He unlocks an equaliser by putting Sancho clean through, a nice farewell gift for his old team-mate indeed. The clock is ticking though.
At 1-1 with seconds to go, Bellingham receives the ball and looks to break - but you're nervy about that prospect.
Trusting in Jude Bellingham was the best decision you've ever made. Kalvin Phillips' run makes plenty of space, and a nifty 1-2 with Sancho plays Bellingham back in. He leans back and fires, arcing a screamer over an outstretched Donnarumma. It's the last kick of the game and the boy wonder has done it!
Only 18 and he's brought it home!
Oh no, it's red. Your instruction makes Bellingham second-guess himself and he's trapped in midfield. Jorginho senses this and wins the ball, only for Kalvin Phillips to chop him down and earn a second yellow. You can't help but sense this is your fault. You're punished heavily in extra-time as a depleted England sink. 3-1 to Italy as they rack up the goals.
He did his best, but he's just not up for it. Sancho departs and you send Phil Foden on, and the Azzurri score. Foden's doing his best to listen to your instructions, but is getting overwhelmed under the pressure. Winning the Premier League was easy compared to this. The Italian defence is aggravating him, and he's managed to pick up a yellow for answering back to the referee. He walks into earshot, but what do you say?
Energised, Phil Foden gets his 'dentist's chair' dream as he rattles in a goal not a minute after your encouragement. Fully wound-up, though, he also manages to pick up a second yellow after an angry confrontation with Andrea Belotti. There's not enough magic left in this England team - and Foden enjoys his 'Gazza' moment, as well as his 'Beckham' one.
Harry Kane, Jordan Henderson, Raheem Sterling, and Phil Foden are taking - but who takes the fifth and final kick?
An injury to Andrea Belotti forces a quick drinks break. You remind Phil Foden of how far he has come - and demand that he cools off in the face of angsty defences. When play resumes, he sets up Harry Kane for England's first. Shortly after, Harry Maguire lands his head on Foden's corner to make it 2-2. Playing with ease, Foden settles in and enjoys his best game in an England shirt. He can't do anything else in extra- time though, and it's penalties.