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The Football Association have confirmed that Fabio Capello will stay on as England manager despite their recent humiliating World Cup exit in South Africa.

Less than a week after England’s dreadful 4 – 1 loss to Germany in Bloemfontein, the FA have responded in favour of the Italian.  

Sir David Richards, chairman of Club England said: “We remain convinced that Fabio is the best man for the job.”

Capello, reportedly on a deal worth £6m a year, knows himself he has a tough job in winning back the supporters ahead of the Euro 2012 qualification campaign.

The former Juventus and Real Madrid boss said: “I can assure the fans I am now fully focussed on our European qualifying fixtures, starting with the friendly against Hungary in August.

“We will look to introduce new players to give the team new energy and I will use all my experience to take England forward. I am determined to succeed.”

With this in mind, current key players including the likes of John Terry and Frank Lampard could be given the chop as Capello looks to freshen a battered and bruised England.

One Comment

  1. hello,
    This is what i think aboutt englang in this world cup they was sh**
    come on , we need too winn 2014
    and we need a new manager that will take englan far
    i know im just a girl but still i care aboutt it
    COME ON ENGLAND GET YOUR HEAD IN THE FOOTBALL FOR 2014
    we need young people aswell like j. cole was good thiss year keep himm on the team just knock off people that aree sh**
    Thankss hope we do go far in 2014
    from
    darcy mcloughlin

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