Capello speaks after resigning

Former England manager Fabio Capello
has launched a stinging attack on the FA
after dramatically resigning from his post.
Capello was furious after John Terry was
stripped of the England captaincy without
being consulted and has taken the step of
walking away from his job just months before
Euro 2012.
The experienced coach is well renowned for
being strict in his methods and was far than
impressed after Terry was stripped of the
captaincy, leading him to feel his position had
become untenable.
“They really insulted me and damaged my
authority,” Capello told italpress.
“What really hit me and forced me to take this
decision was the fact the much-vaunted Anglo-
Saxon sense of justice, as they are the first to
claim that everyone is innocent until proven
“In Terry’s case, they gravely offended me and
damaged my authority at the head of the
England side, effectively creating a problem for
the squad.”
“I have never tolerated certain interference and
crossing of lines, so it was easy for me to spot it
and take my decision to leave.”
The 65-year-old had been in charge of the
England national team since December 2007
and was set to leave his role after the European
Championships in Ukraine and Poland.
Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp and former
Russia and Turkey boss Guus Hiddink are
thought to be the leading contenders to replace

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