Former Real Madrid coach Fabio Capello has criticised Cristiano Ronaldo's disparaging comments about his team-mates after Los Blancos were defeated by bitter rivals Atletico Madrid in La Liga. Capello said the Portuguese icon "maybeShow More Summary
World class £14.25m target on his way to Chelsea, manager confirms - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Former England manager Fabio Capello has confirmed that Antonio Conte is preparing for life as Chelsea manager. Conte is managing the Italy national team now and will take over from Guus Hiddink at the end of this season. Show More Summary
2015 is finishing with a war of words between Italian hardhead Fabio Capello and everyone’s favourite Brazilian striker Ronaldo. The argument has spilled over after Capello questioned Ronaldo’s character during his time at Real Madrid. Capello made his comments at last week’s Globe Soccer Awards in Dubai. The former England national team coach said: He showed […]
Former England manager Fabio Capello believes Lionel Messi 's injury was a blessing in disguise for Barcelona, as it's allowed fellow forwards Neymar and Luis Suarez to flourish, per Television Espanola (via Sport): "Barcelona have been lucky with the injury to Lionel Messi. Show More Summary
Fabio Capello has his eyes on the Chelsea job, according to Monday’s Sun. With Jose Mourinho teetering on the brink at the Bridge, managers are throwing their hats into the ring and making their availability known. And available Capello...Show More Summary
Speaking on Jose Mourinho, former AC Milan, Real Madrid and England manager Fabio Capello, via Sky Sports, suggested Chelsea's sluggish 2015/16 start was predictable. On Fox Sports, the Italian said: "Mourinho burns out his players after a year and a half, at most two years. Show More Summary
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has responded to former England manager Fabio Capello over his assertion the Portuguese had "burned out" his players. According to the Guardian's Dominic Fifield, Mourinho told Gazzetta dello Sport: I think...Show More Summary
Ex-England manager Fabio Capello has insisted Chelsea's struggles this season are thanks to Blues helmsman Jose Mourinho, whom he has accused of "burning out his players." Chelsea have won just two of their eight Premier League games...Show More Summary
This was certainly an unprovoked shot. Want Backheel Breakfast in your inbox? Sign up for the email version here. It's pretty rare for coaches to fire shots at each other unless they're in active competition, playing mind games. Fabio...Show More Summary
Former England manager Fabio Capello was a guest on Paolo Di Canio’s Premier League show on Italian TV this week, and Capello had his say on what’s going wrong for Jose Mourinho at Chelsea. Capello recently left his position as manager of Russia, three years before the country hosts the 2018 World Cup. Show More Summary
Chelsea’s €85m target Likened to Zlatan Ibrahimovic - originally posted on Soccerlens.com Former Juventus manager Fabio Capello has likened Chelsea’s transfer target Paul Pogba to current Paris Saint-Germain star Zlatan Ibrahimovic.Show More Summary
Fabio Capello's problem-stricken reign as Russia coach has concluded after he was sacked three years before the end of his contract. "The Russian Football Union and the head coach of Russia's national team, Fabio Capello, have reached...Show More Summary
Former England manager Fabio Capello is dismissed as Russia head coach after three years in the role.
Fabio Capello will receive 15 million euros in compensation for terminating his contract with the Russian national team.
A group of Russian football fans aim to raise £15.5m to buy national team manager Fabio Capello out of his contract.
Fabio Capello's future as Russia manager is in doubt with the nation's FA saying it will "discuss" whether to sack him.
Russia’s head football coach, Fabio Capello, will be given more serious responsibilities by managing all of the country’s teams.
Chelsea captain John Terry should still be playing for England, according to former national boss Fabio Capello.
Fabio Capello does not think Russia's qualifier in Montenegro should have restarted after Igor Akinfeev was hit by a flare.
Former England boss Fabio Capello defended the tactics used by Diego Simeone and Atletico Madrid by saying the reigning La Liga champions were not a “violent” team and that the sport is not for “wimps.” The comments come during an … Continue reading ?