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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 as England Manager, Fabio has conducted himself in an extremely professional manner. We have accepted Fabio’s resignation, agreeing this is the right decision. We would like to thank Fabio for his work with the England team and wish him every success in the future,” F.A. chairman David Bernstein said after Capello’s announcement.
The subject for discussion during the meeting was about Capello’s disagreement on issues concerning the stripping of the captaincy from John Terry. Capello told an Italian state-owned TV RAI that he “thought it fair that John Terry keeps the captain’s armband.”
The FA was angered by th...
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