Date: 8th February 2012 at 10:51pm
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Fabio the Italian Capello has tonight resigned from the England job over a breech in his contract as the England boss. This breech happened after Capello spoke out against The FA after the England Captaincy was stripped of John Terry after the announcement of his trial being after the Euro 2012 competition, this trial is down to the accusations made by Anton Ferdinand stating that John Terry used racist language towards the QPR man.

Some believe that it is the right thing to see the back of the Italian manager after a somewhat shocking display in the 2010 World cup in South Africa but others say the Italian should have stayed to complete his contract that runs out after the Euro 2012 competition.

Capello wanted to keep John Terry as his manager but as the high case profile built up against John Terry. Capello who has managed Milan, Madrid, Roma, Juventus and England, has earned £24m from his England tenure and now walks away very happily, this now leaving The FA with a hard task to find a new manager before their friendly in three weeks time.

In the words of Gary Lineker stating that it is no surprise that the two parties could not meet any mutual agreement sourcing a resignation of the managerial-ship role. With England fans now wanting a English manager Harry Readknapp is fully in the role to take the position with the manager maybe taking the role on a part time basis until the summer, before taking it up on a full time basis. Readknapp who is also a players favourite has not made any formal statement as he is currently contracted to his club Tottenham who currently lye 3rd in the Premier League after a somewhat successful season, with the resignation of a manager now before the Euro`s does is doom the England team to more disgrace or does it kick them on the the knowledge of fresh blood in the system?

What are your thoughts?

Animo Et Fide.

 

2 Replies to “Bye Bye Fabio…”

  • Jim Gannon would be the best choice for the England job however he has a far more important job to do here so England will have to make do with Harry Rednap.

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