Found February 10, 2012 on Fox Soccer:
On a day when English soccer shuddered to take in the combined effects of two volcanic managerial eruptions - Harry Redknapp walking free from court followed in a matter of hours by Fabio Capello dashing out from the country - perhaps the biggest shocker was summed up by a voice clanging over the radio waves. The phone-in shows were full of opinions, loaded with passion, getting stuck in, and one man came out with the admission that "with the foreigner gone, at last I can watch England games again." There was a pregnant pause. The presenter sought clarification. Had this fan really refused to watch matches because the coach was from overseas? "Absolutely." It felt like one of those moments when you don't know whether to laugh or cry. Although this fan represented a particularly extreme view, the moment Capello resigned acted as a kind of trigger for the majority of the football fraternity in England to jump into that grey area between patriotism and xenoph...

Inter chief Moratti denies Capello reports

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti insists he is not thinking of replacing coach Claudio Ranieri with former England manager Fabio Capello. Capello resigned on Wednesday, angry at a decision by the Football Association to strip John Terry of the England captaincy. In an official statement on Thursday, Moratti says reports he is thinking of replacing Ranieri ''now or...

Capello's pragmatism continues as he quits England

Fabio Capello's decision to quit as England coach might just be another example of the pragmatism that has defined his managerial career. Publicly dismayed by the Football Association's decision to fire John Terry as captain without his agreement, Capello was facing the possibility of taking an unhappy and unsettled squad to this year's European Championship. He had...

Capello: No plans to coach in Italy

Fabio Capello says he plans to relax rather than return to coaching in Italy after blaming a ''misunderstanding'' for his exit from England job. The Italian quit on Wednesday after the English Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy following alleged racial abuse of a player. Capello was quoted by Italian news agency ANSA as saying...

Moratti rules out move for Capello

Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti insists he is not considering Fabio Capello as a replacement for coach Claudio Ranieri. Capello resigned as England manager on Wednesday night following the Football Association's decision to strip John Terry of the captaincy. Inter have had four coaches since Jose Mourinho left for Real Madrid in 2010, but Moratti claims the club will...

Fabio Capello out as England Manager

                Just four months before England embark on EURO 2012, Manager Fabio Capello has resigned amid controversy surrounding the decision to strip captain John Terry of his armband. Terry was removed as captain after investigation stemmed from the FA on alleged racist taunts on QPR defender Anton Ferdinand in an EPL game in December. Capello openly criticized the...

Capello thanks players and FA in note (AP)

Fabio Capello has thanked his former England players in a note and wished them the best for the future, but did not elaborate on his decision to quit as England coach. Capello resigned Wednesday, angry at a decision by the Football Association to strip John Terry of the England captaincy. In a note reported by Italian news agency ANSA, Capello says, "I want to thank the players...

Zaccheroni supports Capello resignation

Japan manager Alberto Zaccheroni has backed Fabio Capello’s decision to step down as England manager. Capello resigned from his post...

England soccer coach Fabio Capello resigns

Country needs to find a new coach with European Championships this summer. Tottenham's Harry Redknapp is the front-runner.Embattled coach Fabio Capello walked away from the English national soccer team Wednesday, leaving the program in chaos five months before the start of the European Championships.

Arshavin eyes St Petersburg move

Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining... THE SUN Fabio Capello sensationally quit as England boss last night - finally paving the way for people's choice Harry Redknapp to take over. Wayne Rooney last night called for Harry Redknapp to be...

Kevin Baxter on soccer: England coach drama worthy of soap opera

Italy's Fabio Capello is gone after four years as coach of English national team, amid overtones suggesting possible xenophobia, with widespread calls for his replacement to be a Briton.The soap opera that is English soccer took another dramatic, if inevitable, plot twist last week when Fabio Capello resigned as coach of the national team just four months before the start of...

Wayne Rooney Voices Support For Harry Redknapp After Capello’s Resignation

With just a few months to go for the European Championship, Fabio Capello has resigned. Capello, who has been in charge of the English team for the past four years, resigned after a meeting with the English FA which lasted for an hour. In a statement released by the FA Chairman, David Bernstein said; “I would like to stress that during today’s meeting and throughout his time...

Fabio Capello resigned from his post as England Manager

Ex-Real Madrid Manager Fabio Capello resigned today from his post as the manager of England. The 65 year old Italian announce his resignation today to the FA after openly express his views on the removal of John Terry as captain of the Three Lion months before the country take part in the Euro Championship. The FA release a statement on it’s website after Capello’s meeting with...

Where do England go from here?

                The Sport Sofa Podcast returns with Israel Fehr, Kyle Patrick, and making his debut, Adil Lakhani. We’re talking Fabio Capello and where England goes from here. Is the answer Harry Redknapp? Stuart Pierce? JOSE MOURINHO? Who captains this team? What a mess. Give it a listen.
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