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United - Ferdinand Backs Capello Decision!

United - Ferdinand Backs Capello Decision!

Whilst everyone else falls on their sword after a disappointing World Cup campaign, Fabio Capello lives to fight another day.

The Italian had been given a vote of confidence by the Football Association and will manage the England squad for the foreseeable future.

One man pleased to hear the news was our very own Rio Ferdinand who, in his column in a tabloid today, has remarked,

"I believe 100 per cent that Fabio Capello will turn England around."

"He will make what was a negative into a positive I`m sure he`s learned a lot from this tournament and I know how determined he is to get us back on track. He`s the right man for the job and now he should be left to get on with it. Then it`s up to the players to do their jobs."


So there you have it! A vote of confidence from his employers and his captain, did you really expect anything else?

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Writer:Red Boy
Date:Saturday July 3 2010
Time: 11:31AM

Comments

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with his injury record and his age I wouldn't bet on Rio being one of those left out when Capello goes for youth!
merlin
03/07/2010 14:01:00
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I dont back Capellos position, fair enough the squad should take some of the blame but overall i believe Capello should take most of the blame.
TheFamousNo7
03/07/2010 18:54:00
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Agreed, Capello made the same mistakes as other England managers, trying to Play Gerrard and Lampard together, capping rubbish like Heskey, Johnson and Upson, selecting players who were not fit like Rooney and Barry and sticking to outmoded systems. He hasn't got a clue.
Philto
03/07/2010 19:53:00
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Another one for the Cull Rio, bye bye
Tiny T
03/07/2010 22:11:00
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Toeing the party line even as he's marched off to the Gulag.
fifthcolumnblue
04/07/2010 11:59:00
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LETS GET IN AN ENGLISH COACH ALTHOUGH FERGY IS THE BEST THERE IS THE BEST THERE WAS AND WELL YOU KNOW THE REST
truth sayer ffc
04/07/2010 12:22:00
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how many City players performed admirably? Gareth FATS Barry? Shaun invisible Phillips, Joe warm the bench Hart!
Red Boy
04/07/2010 18:56:00
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Barry and Sweep both played better than Shrek and did not insult the fans either for booing.
johnkelv
05/07/2010 08:43:00
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