Found February 05, 2012 on Soccer News:
Fabio Capello has hit out at the Football Association’s decision to remove the England captaincy from John Terry. The FA’s...

England coach opposes John Terry losing captaincy

England coach Fabio Capello disagrees with the decision by English soccer authorities to remove John Terry as national team captain. Terry was stripped of the armband Friday because his racial abuse trial won't be held until after the European Championship. Capello told Italy's state broadcaster RAI on Sunday he ''absolutely'' disapproves of the ruling by...

Fabio Capello and the FA at Odds over Terry

England manager Fabio Capello publicly expressed his disagreement with the FA this weekend over it’s decision to strip John Terry of the national team captaincy. In an interview with Fai 1 in Italy, Capello said he had spoke with chairman David Bernstein and didn’t feel Terry should be punished until the judgement against him becomes official. Capello stressed that the courts...

England Coach Capello Admits Inter Milan Talks

England coach Fabio Capello says he’s in the dark over reports linking him with AS Roma. Capello did admit having talks with Inter Milan last more

England coach opposes Terry losing captaincy

England coach Fabio Capello disagrees with the decision by English soccer authorities to remove John Terry as national team captain.

Triesman: FA right to act on Terry

Former Football Association chairman Lord Triesman says that the FA had to strip John Terry of the England captaincy. The...

John Terry stripped of England Captaincy

                  Should John Terry have been stripped of his captaincy? Should he even be selected for England’s squad during the upcoming Euro 2012 Championships? BROCK SMITH John Terry has been stripped of the England captaincy. The 31-year-old Chelsea centre-back was informed of the decision by FA chairman David Bernstein last Friday. The FA made their decision surrounding...

Fabio Capello openly defies FA decision to strip armband off defender (

The Italian believes the move should have been made after the Chelsea defender's trial, which starts on July 9, had been concluded.

Attorney General award of Barton tweet

The Attorney General's office has been made aware of a series of robust observations made by Joey Barton on Twitter over the John Terry racism saga. On Friday afternoon, following the stripping of the England captaincy from Terry, Barton took to the micro-blogging website to give his take on the matter. The Chelsea skipper had his country's armband taken from him for a...

Gary Neville brands the FA 'inconsistent' and 'half-hearted' following decision to strip John Terry of England captaincy (

Ex-Three Lions defender aims a swipe at the Football Association for taking the armband away from the Chelsea center-half, insisting that it is 'bowing to media pressure'

Report: Arsenal youngster Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain set for England call-up and Euro 2012 audition (

The 18-year-old is thought to be in Fabio Capello's plans after impressing for the Gunners and getting his first league goals for the north London club against Blackburn Rovers

Attorney General defends Barton decision

Attorney General Dominic Grieve has defended his decision not to prosecute Joey Barton for a series of online comments about John Terry ahead of his trial, insisting they would not jeopardise the case. QPR midfielder Barton posted the remarks on Twitter on Friday after Terry, who has been accused of racially abusing Anton Ferdinand, was stripped of the England captaincy. Mr Grieve...

Taylor tips Gerrard to replace Terry

Former England boss Graham Taylor believes that Fabio Capello will make Steven Gerrard the national side’s new captain. The FA...
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