Two summers ago, while Brexit was laying bare some of the more unsavoury elements of British society - flourished an England football team built on everything that is Great about Britain. Young, diverse, dynamic and completely at ease with themselves and the nation they were representing. Showcasing England to the the world - and unifying the country - in a way that their politicians could only dream of.
At the heart of this was a 24 year-old, from the St Raphael’s estate in north-west London, Raheem Sterling. Who since that summer of love has transcended his performances on the pitch, by becoming an eloquent spokesperson - against racism in stadiums and within the pages of the nation's tabloid newspapers.
Well, football fashionistas – Lack of Guidance have honoured Raheem Sterling as England’s finest by putting Sterling’s head on a tenner - or Sterling on sterling if you will. Because his commitment to pushing a positive agenda and giving young England fans, of all backgrounds, class and colour, the hero they deserve - is something we can all be proud of.