After suffering their earliest elimination in the tournament since 1958, Le Saux believes that Roy Hodgson's side are often left worse off in matches due to their inability to change their approach when teams adopt different tactics.
"We have to learn how we manage games better," Le Saux revealed as part of his duties for William Hill. "You do that by managing the game better tactically, making decisions on the pitch, leaders adapting to situations as they change.
"We have got to have players that can make the right decisions more often and not just follow a plan, but also adapt.
"Tactically you are told what to do and taught systems and roles but in terms of adapting, learning and constantly recognising situations, I don't think we do that as well."