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Its Capello for England ....and not Mourinho

Discussion in 'Entertainment' started by Kana-Ka-Nsungu, Dec 14, 2007.

  1. Kana-Ka-Nsungu

    Kana-Ka-Nsungu JF-Expert Member

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    Nilijua tu Mourinho asingetaka kuchafua CV yake kwa kuchukua hii kazi.

    FA board agree to Capello appointment

    The Football Association board have approved Fabio Capello's appointment as England manager subject to the successful conclusion of contract negotiations.

    FA officials have been locked in talks with the 61-year-old Italian's advisors all day going through the final details of a contract.

    Those discussions will continue tomorrow but the deal is all but done.

    FA director of communications Adrian Bevington said: 'Discussions have continued throughout the day between the FA and Fabio Capello's advisors.

    'The FA board has also today approved Capello's appointment as England manager subject to the successful conclusion of these contract negotiations.

    'These will continue tomorrow. I want to stress that there are no problems and that we are going through the necessary process to reach a successful conclusion.

    'Understandably at this time we are unable to confirm any media activity that may take place. We will provide an update tomorrow.'

    1946: Born in San Canzian d'Isonzo, Gorizia, Italy
    1964: Makes pro debut for Ferrara side SPAL
    1973: Scores as Italy beat England at Wembley for first time
    1991: Appointed head coach of AC Milan
    1992: Wins first of four Italian league titles with Milan
    1994: Milan beat Barcelona 4-0 in European Cup final
    1997: Wins Spanish league with Real Madrid
    2001: Guides Roma to their first Scudetto for 18 years
    2004: Wins Scudetto in first season with Juventus
    2007: Guides Real to La Liga during his second spell