"Dan Ashworth [FA technical director] is doing a fantastic job in the FA at every level".
"He's in a position to do that and he's a great player but I don't think for any minute of that game he was ever thinking about the English media. about what any pundit had said". It certainly makes you think that they can make a huge push for the win against Didier Deschamps' team.
Speaking to BBC sports editor Dan Roan, he said England "have shown some signs of progress".
Because y'know, without the English press supposedly writing them off, they'd have probably found it hard to get themselves up for a World Cup semi-final.
The 35-year-old singer said: "We still changed the history of the past 28 years I'm proud of how far we came and proud of Gareth Southgate".
It will be heartbreak for England, as the nation had begun to believe in a repeat of the heady nights of 1966 when they won their first and to date only World Cup in their home tournament.
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England reached the semi finals for the first time since 1990, but many people felt it was a missed opportunities as they threw away a half time lead to lose to Croatia in extra time on Wednesday.
"We've said that all along - we're not the finished article yet, we're still learning, we're still getting better".
Martinez said Belgium now needed to work on their junior structures and get their age-group teams winning more.
"I believe in the players we have in the system and I'm optimistic about the future".
The airport also tweeted: "There will be no public viewing area to see the England team so we advise the public not to come".
"The players have been brilliant ambassadors and have played at their maximum for where they are at this time".
"The biggest thing for me is the ethos of the players and their desire to do better".