You head to skysports.com to find out who we're talking about in England's campaign to be European Champions. So we thought we would take a look at who you are talking about as well.
It's the calm before, and after, the electrical storm for England as they prepare to face co-hosts Ukraine on Tuesday night and it appears as though Roy Hodgson can do no wrong at the moment!
The England gaffer tops today's buzz chat with an impressive 10.4 per cent of Three Lions chat focused on him, and with good reason. The 64-year-old has shown his tactical nous (as if it was ever in question!) making three big calls so far this tournament and getting them all right.
First was the surprise, but justified, inclusion of Arsenal starlet Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain against France. Followed by the decision to start Andy Carroll against Sweden and bring on Theo Walcott as a second half substitute to swing the game back in England's favour when all look lost.
In Roy we trust? We certainly do!
Fair play to Roy Hodgson. His tactical changes were spot on. When things weren't going right, he wasn't scared to change. #Eng#Euro2012
Although not everyone is as impressed us...
Just before we start lording Roy Hodgson as a tactical genius my 9 year old lad said put Walcott on 5 mins before he came on. #euro2012
The England boss' next big decision following the Sweden game was to decide whether or not to start Wayne Rooney now he's served his two match ban... it took him all about 0.000001 seconds to decide! So unsurprisingly Wazza is not far behind Hodgson in the buzz monitor (9.4 per cent) although some people are less than convinced about the merits of playing the United star...
I agree with Roberto Martinez about Wayne Rooney. Bench him an use him as a sub, if he proves himself then if we qualify give him a start.
A lot are on Roy with this one though...
I can't believe these man are saying Rooney shouldn't start against Ukraine. Do they not know who Wayne Rooney is?!
Friday night's star Theo Walcott is hot on Rooney's heels (9.1 per cent) with the majority of you out there worried about his fitness ahead of the Ukraine game.
"@SkySportsNews: Theo Walcott leaves England training early as a precaution with a slight hamstring strain #SSN" REST THEO REST! WE NEED YOU
That completes the top three but way down the bottom Phil Jagielka still isn't feeling the love. The Everton defender has improved on last week's meagre buzz rankings of 0.03 per cent, but only by 0.01! Still, if this omen is anything to by he could still have a massive part to play...
I won a #FIFA12 online Euro Championship with England. Phil Jagielka got the winner. #omen #dreamland #placeyourbets
We can but dream!