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Topic - Fabio Capello
With Belgium, Russia, South Korea and Algeria, don't expect too much pre-World Cup hype from Group H.
Since Fabio Capello took over as Russia coach two years ago, he has revitalized the national team.
Already with an eye on the 2018 World Cup it will host, Russia is headed to Brazil with the attitude that anything short of advancement from Group H will be a failure.
For almost 27 years, fans at Old Trafford have watched Alex Ferguson vent his anger, berate officials, check his watch and make celebratory jigs down the sideline.
At least three managers are on England's shortlist and its soccer association could appoint Fabio Capello's successor to coach the national team as soon as next month.
Fabio Capello plans to relax rather than return to coaching in Italy after blaming a "misunderstanding" for his exit from England job.
Harry Redknapp said Friday his focus remains on Tottenham's pursuit of Champions League qualification _ until an approach is made for the vacant England coaching job.
Their colonial history notwithstanding, the English often like to think of themselves as being good at doing the right thing.
The head of the English Football Association says he will not rush to hire Fabio Capello's successor ahead of this year's European Championship.
Fabio Capello quit as England's national team coach on Wednesday just four months before the European Championship, angry the Football Association removed John Terry as captain.
The soap opera of English soccer reached yet another a noisy climax Wednesday when national team coach Fabio Capello quit angrily just eight hours after potential successor Harry Redknapp was cleared in a London court of tax evasion charges.
John Terry was removed as England's soccer captain Friday as he awaits trial for racial abuse. The star Chelsea defender remains eligible to play for the national team at the European Championship.
When Wayne Rooney set alight the 2004 European Championship as an 18-year-old, becoming the youngest goal scorer in the tournament's history, no crystal ball could have foretold that the brilliant but flawed gem of English football would go on to become such a disappointment and liability for his country.
Walk through an English town or city late on a Friday night and the chances are good that you'll see people staggering drunk out of pubs, perhaps vomiting stomachs of beer into the gutter or simply passed out on the pavement. Yet, if those people include professional soccer players, the chances also are good that it could become news even if they don't have a match to play the next day. Why?
England coach Fabio Capello wants the fans who trained lasers on two of his players to be tracked down.
"If we do not do it then the rest of our aims are of no interest," said Capello, who has won 10 of his 17 matches as Russia coach. "The draw was in our favor and we have great expectations for the forthcoming event."
"Definitely, our first target is to make it out of the group," Russia coach Fabio Capello said. "If we do not do it then the rest of our aims are of no interest."