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Monday August 31 2015
Cagliari loan Capello out

Cagliari have officially loaned out young striker Alessandro Capello to Lega Pro side Prato.

The 20-year-old was sent out for one year and will be expected to develop his skills before returning to the capital.

Prato announced the deal on their official site.

“The club communicates that they officially signed the striker Alessandro Capello, born in 1995.

“The player comes in on a loan from Cagliari and will be available for the 2015/16 season for Coach Alessio De Petrillo.”

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Saturday August 29 2015
Capello: 'Roma can win Scudetto'

Fabio Capello believes Roma “have everything it takes to win the Scudetto,” while the timing of the clash is bad for Juventus.

These title contenders go head-to-head at the Olimpico on Sunday at 17.00 UK time (16.00 GMT). Click here for a match preview.

“It’s going to be a very important and very difficult game,” said Capello in the match programme.

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Saturday August 1 2015
Galliani: 'Mihajlovic like Capello'

Milan CEO Adriano Galliani said new Coach Sinisa Mihajlovic “is similar to Fabio Capello and we expect a good season.”

The director spoke to reporters after arriving back from the tour of China, where they beat Inter 1-0 and only lost to Real Madrid in a sudden death penalty shoot-out.

“We saw a good Milan, a really good Milan, so we are happy. We expect a good season because we really did play very well.

“We played two games without conceding a goal and that had not happened for a long time, therefore we are very satisfied.

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Monday July 13 2015
Report: Capello exits Russia

There are reports Fabio Capello has terminated his contract with Russia by mutual consent.

The relationship between Coach and Federation was increasingly strained and recent poor results, including a home defeat to Austria, prompted a rethink.

It was rumoured earlier today that 69-year-old Capello would resign to make way for Leonid Slutsky.

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Monday July 13 2015
Russia to drop Capello?

Russian sources suggest that Fabio Capello could resign from coaching the Russian national team in the imminent future.

The 69-year-old joined the hosts of the 2018 World Cup in July 2012, signing a contract which would see him earn €7m a year plus bonuses.

But his disappointing performances in the 2014 World Cup and the Euro 2016 qualifiers so far have led many to question his assignment.

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Tuesday June 23 2015
Report: Russia to sack Capello

Russian media claim Fabio Capello will be sacked on Wednesday, making way for CSKA Moscow Coach Leonid Slutsky.

Capello’s tenure on the Russia bench has been troubled, as he complained at unpaid wages and some politicians asked questions in Parliament about his salary.

Former Russian Federation President Vyacheslav Koloskov told reporters that Capello will be formally sacked tomorrow.

His replacement is expected to be current CSKA Moscow boss Slutsky, who has been at the club since 2009.

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Saturday May 9 2015
Capello on Milan, Napoli and Mou

Fabio Capello “trusts” Silvio Berlusconi with Milan’s future, backs Napoli’s furious tirade at UEFA and defends Jose Mourinho’s bus.

The Russia manager spoke to La Gazzetta dello Sport about a range of topics, including his old club potentially selling up to Asian investors.

“I think Berlusconi is doing the right things. Important issues like this need to be discussed in a calm way, as haste could be costly.

“Berlusconi has always shown he has a good nose for business. I trust him.”

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Saturday May 9 2015
Capello: 'Real Madrid-Juve battle'

Fabio Capello believes Juventus can knock Real Madrid out of the Champions League. “They have a European mentality.”

The Bianconeri won the first leg of the semi-final 2-1 in Turin and travel to the Bernabeu on Wednesday night.

“Juve proved themselves to be a solid, determined team and the only one of the Italians with a European mentality,” the Russia Coach told La Gazzetta dello Sport.

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Friday May 1 2015
'Real not best option for Juve'

Fabio Capello believes Real Madrid are just as fearsome as Bayern Munich and Barcelona, and warns Juventus to tighten their defence.

The Bianconeri host Los Blancos at the Juventus Stadium on Tuesday May 5 in the first round of their Champions League semi-final.

Whilst it is suggested that the Italian team was lucky with the semi-final draw, Capello strongly disagrees.

“It's absolutely not the case, that's just a masquerade that people are throwing around,” he told Tuttosport.

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Friday May 1 2015
'Madrid, watch Juventus' champions'

Fabio Capello singles out Carlos Tevez, Andrea Pirlo and Paul Pogba as the main weapons Juventus have to challenge Real Madrid.

The current Coach of the Russian national team has a close history with the two Champions League semi-final contenders, having coached both the Italian and the Spanish team in his career.

Speaking to Tuttosport, he refused to say which team he considered to be the favourite in their upcoming clash.

“By this stage, anything is possible,” he said. “And Juventus have some great players in terms of quality.

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