Manager Fabio Capello has decided John Terry will not be captain of England.
After two weeks of intense speculation and scrutiny over allegations of an affair with the ex-girlfriend of former team-mate Wayne Bridge, the Chelsea defender will now be handing over the armband.
Cappello's former vice captain Manchester United's Rio Ferdinand gets the job for the time being, while Liverpool midfielder Steven Gerrard will be deputy.
But who will get the job for the World Cup? South Africa is only four months away. Is Ferdinand the right man? And how crucial is the job anyway?
Ferdinand has plenty of experience but could his fitness be an issue? How about Frank Lampard or Wayne Rooney? Some people even think there should be a different leader for different games.
Give the world your thoughts.