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    What is your reaction to Fabio Capello's sudden resignation?

    Dylan Feb 10, 2012

    1. Dylan

      Dylan Experienced Forum Owner

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      What is your reaction to Fabio Capello's sudden resignation?
       
    2. Shortie861

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      I have got to admit I was shocked when I first saw it the other day as I honestly didn't expect it but now it's sort of OK so he has resigned so what happens now?

      I understand that Stuart Pearce has taken the job on now for the match against Holland but that is about all I know so far.
       
    3. Calanau

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      I wouldn't be surprised if it has something to do with the Anzi Machaczkala club where Capello got an offer to work as a coach. I think it was weird that he resigned for such a trivial reason, that it made me believe there must be a hidden, other reason.
       
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      I guess we will never know. It was quite a quick decision from him to be honest and over something like that aswell.
       
    5. Calanau

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      I guess it is like in this saying "If we don't know what's all about, it's about the money" :)
       
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      it is always about money.

      but this time I think fabio showed that he has some backbone and he don't want anybody undermine his authority.

      what do you think is the reason for the best statistics in the history of English football team?