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Capello to become England manager

Fabio Capello will be appointed as the next manager of England later on Thursday, BBC Sport understands. BBC sports editor Mihir Bose says the Italian has been offered a contract to 2010 worth £4m a year, with the option to extend it after the World Cup. The former AC Milan coach's appointment will be ratified by the Football Association following a conference call involving board members at lunchtime. The 61-year-old Capello succeeds Steve McClaren, who was sacked in November.

There is no concrete news yet on Capello's assistants, but there is expected to be some kind of English influence, with Alan Shearer or Stuart Pearce tipped to earn a role in the new managerial set-up. BBC Sport understands that Capello wants to include Franco Baldini in his backroom team, but the FA are yet to be convinced. Baldini, who worked with Capello at Roma and Real Madrid, would take on a sporting director role, helping to identify players and watching opposition teams. The FA are believed to be concerned that the role could overlap with Sir Trevor Brooking's responsibilities, who is director of football. But Capello has a close relationship with Baldini and believes his footballing expertise would be invaluable.

Former Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was the initial favourite to take over from McClaren, but he eventually ruled himself out of the running. The FA quickly turned its attentions to Capello, although World Cup-winning coach Marcello Lippi was also thought to be in contention. Capello expressed his interest in the job just days after McClaren's departure, describing it as a "beautiful challenge". He finally met for discussions with FA chief executive Brian Barwick and director of football Brooking in London on Wednesday. Those talks were described as "extremely positive" by FA director of communications Adrian Bevington.

Capello has a hugely impressive CV and comes with the backing of such football luminaries as Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Gianfranco Zola and Clarence Seedorf. Sven-Goran Eriksson, the first foreigner to take charge of the England national team, is also a big fan. "I have known Fabio Capello for many years, I was his opponent in Serie A for 10 years," said the Swede, who was coach of Roma, Fiorentina, Lazio and Sampdoria. "He is a very good man and manager. His record speaks very clear. He has won titles in Italy. "Capello is one of the best managers you can find."

Capello has only a limited grasp of the English language but Eriksson added: "That won't be a problem. It certainly wasn't for me as I spoke to him in Italian!" Capello has enjoyed success in both Italy and Spain. He has won nine league titles in 16 years as a coach, picking up silverware with all four clubs - AC Milan, Real Madrid, Roma and Juventus - he has been in charge of. He won the Champions League with Milan in 1994 and was also an accomplished player, winning 32 caps for Italy.McClaren paid the price for England's failure to reach next year's European Championships.

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der einzige SPAM auf der seite bist DU!! :hää?deppat?: :nein:

und jetzt auch ich musste aber was schreiben.

:fressehalten:

Es wurden schon Beiträge aus diesem Fred verschoben, also gusch.

Aber wird ja hier sowieso willkürlichst verschoben, auch wenn ich hier was zum Thema reinstelle, landet dieser Beitrag wieder im irgendwo.

Ince upset by FA's Capello move

"We have got enough managers in England who could do just as good a job."

Mag sein, aber (fast) keiner is so deppat, sich das anzutun.

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Blatter questions Capello choice

FIFA President Sepp Blatter has expressed his shock at England’s decision to appoint former Juventus Coach Fabio Capello.

The FA opted to turn to Italy after dismissing Steve McClaren following his failure to qualify for Euro 2008 and the decision has met with a mixed reaction.

While Capello’s credentials speak for themselves, Blatter has added his voice to the dissenting chorus that claims an Englishman should been chosen.

“England have broken a principal of international football,” Blatter told BBC Sport’s website.

“I have never seen Italy, Germany, Brazil or Argentina with a Coach from another country. In fact, most of the best teams have a tactician from their own country.

“Which foreign teams are managed by English Coaches now?” the 71-year-old continued. “It is clear that something has changed in terms of the world’s appreciation of English football,”

Capello is the second foreign boss to take the England post after Sven Goran Eriksson.

Although the Italian mastermind has a more impressive CV, he is far les proficient in the English language – a fault that Blatter expects to be a serious problem.

“It is essential to speak the language,” the Swiss official insisted. “You have to be able to motivate the players.

“It’s not for me to make a negative judgement on the appointment of Capello, but it’s definitely a good thing that the FA are talking about coaching schools.”

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Capello hat einiges verändert, das scheint die Startelf für heute zu sein:

Rooney

Joe Cole

Young - Gerrard - Bentley

Hargreaves

Ashley Cole - Upson - Ferdinand - Brown

James

Owen und Richards somit nur auf der Bank.

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Capello hat einiges verändert, das scheint die Startelf für heute zu sein:

Rooney

Joe Cole

Young - Gerrard - Bentley

Hargreaves

Ashley Cole - Upson - Ferdinand - Brown

James

Ma is mal wieder halbe Nati von uns...

Edited by Pepi die Ratte von Hirt

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Capello mit eisernen Regeln

Der neue englische Nationalcoach stellt für seine Spieler klare Richtlinien auf, an die sich diese zu halten haben

Dass Fabio Capello ein hartes Regiment führt, ist allgemein bekannt. Auch deshalb wurde der italienische Starcoach vom englischen Fussballverband zum neuen englischen Nationalcoach gemacht. Der 61-Jährige soll die neben dem Platz bisweilen undisziplinierten englischen Kicker in den Griff kriegen.

Zu diesem Zweck hat Capello jetzt vor dem ersten Spiel unter seiner Ägide gegen die Schweiz folgende Regeln aufgestellt, an die sich die Spieler künftig zu halten haben:

1. Keine Verspätungen

2. Handy-Gebrauch nur in den Zimmern

3. Beim gemeinsamen Essen tragen alle elegante Kleider, keine kurzen Hosen

4. Einheitliche Kleiderordnung in der Öffentlichkeit

5. Die Spieler werden mit ihrem Nachnamen gerufen

6. Keine Besuche der Frauen, Freundinnen, Verwandten und Spielervermittler während den Zusammenzügen

7. Keine Playstation

Die Spieler selber scheinen trotz den zum Teil gewöhnungsbedürftigen Neuerungen voll mitziehen zu wollen. Steven Gerrard, der die "Three Lions" in der Partie gegen die Schweiz als Captain aufs Feld führen wird, zeigte sich zudem davon beeindruckt, dass Capello sich in gutem Englisch an das Team wandte. Zur englischen Presse will der Italiener hingegen vorerst weiter in seiner Muttersprache sprechen, um den Boulevardblättern keine Angriffsflächen zu bieten.

4-4-2.com

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überwältigend wars nicht, aber zum sieg hats gereicht!

überwältigend ist dafür der aufstieg des eren derdiyok!

vor etwa 2.5 jahren noch B-junior eines basler quartierclubs welcher damals in der 4. höchstenspielklasse spielte (zur zeit 3. höchste)... dann kam er in die erste mannschaft, schoss ein tor im cup gegen den fc basel... wurde zu den junioren des fc basels transferiert. kam zum einsatz in einem testspiel der ersten mannschaft wo er 2 tore gegen den fc kopenhagen schoss... danach war er teil der 1. mannschaft des fc basel und spielte in der u21 schweizer nationalmannschaft wo er in irgend 5 spielen 7 tore schoss.... und jetzt dieses traumdebut in der a-nationalmannschaft. schlicht unglaublich!

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schön auch dass sich nach den negativbeispielen petric, kuzmanovic und rakitic auch mal wieder ein "secondo" für die schweiz entschieden hat

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