Found February 12, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
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Former England coach Fabio Capello could be set for a swift return to management amid reports he has travelled to Russia to hold talks with Anzhi Makhachkala. Reports in both Italy and Russia claim that Capello has arrived in Moscow to discuss the Anzhi post just days after quitting as England boss. Capello resigned his role with the Three Lions on Wednesday following his criticism of the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the England captaincy. The 65-year-old was a target for mega-rich Anzhi during his time in charge of England and he could now take over the ambitious Russian club. According to reports, Anzhi have sacked current boss Yury Krasnozhan, although there has been no official confirmation of the decision. Krasnozhan only became Anzhi boss in December and the club say that his future will be decided on Monday amid the growing speculation concerning Capello. "There will be changes in the club staff," said Anzhi deputy president Germa...
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