Tuesday February 22 2011
Capello return possible

If things deteriorate further at Juventus, the club will seek to re-appoint former boss Fabio Capello, according to La Gazzetta dello Sport.

Juventus lost 2-0 to Lecce on Sunday after a catastrophic performance which prompted Andrea Agnelli to publically reprimand the team.

Gigi Del Neri still has the President's backing, but if Juventus don't turn things around, his position will naturally be considered.

Juventus ideally need to qualify for next year's Champions League in order to realise the second phase of their ambitious project.

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Tuesday February 1 2011
Capello: 'Juve need quality'

England manager Fabio Capello feels Juventus botched their transfer strategy. “You need players who make the difference, not make up the numbers.”

The Old Lady have struggled and are in seventh place, but bolstered the squad with the arrival of Luca Toni, Alessandro Matri and Andrea Barzagli.

“This is Year Zero for the Bianconeri,” Capello told GR Parlamento radio.

“Some players did not deliver what was expected of them. It will be an important experience for President Andrea Agnelli and next season he will begin again.

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Monday January 31 2011
Capello ignores Juventus talk

Fabio Capello has pledged his immediate future to England amid reported interest from former club Juventus.

The Bianconeri are said to be in crisis again after losing four of their seven games in 2011.

Gigi Del Neri's side suffered a 2-1 defeat at home to Udinese on Sunday and slide to seventh place in Serie A.

Speaking to Gr Parlamento, Capello denied being contacted by Juventus President Andrea Agnelli.

"I have to think about my [job]," he said. "It's not like I made a great impression at the World Cup.

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Wednesday December 29 2010
Capello: 'Milan good for Cassano'

Fabio Capello has warned Antonio Cassano to “sacrifice himself” for Milan and hopes the Qatar World Cup can be moved to winter.

The England manager has a chequered history with Cassano, from a strong rapport at Roma to a huge falling-out at Real Madrid. Now FantAntonio is aiming to revive his career again with Milan.

“Why has he never found the right balance in his clubs? This is something you should be asking him,” Capello told Sky Sport Italia.

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Thursday December 9 2010
Capello joins list of Rafa replacements

Inter general manager Ernesto Paolillo also warns Rafa Benitez that “there needs to be a change of attitude,” as Fabio Capello joins the list of potential replacements.

President Massimo Moratti blasted the Coach and his side for their humiliating 3-0 defeat to Werder Bremen and demanded a new approach.

“I agree with the President that there needs to be a change of attitude and hope everyone takes that on board,” declared general manager Paolillo.

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Monday November 22 2010
Inter include Capello on shortlist

Inter have reportedly drawn up a shortlist of possible replacements for Rafa Benitez following his side's latest defeat in Serie A, which includes Fabio Capello.

The Nerazzurri haven't won a match in five games in all competitions and have slipped as far as nine points behind League leaders Milan.

Benitez apparently has just one more game to save his job and that comes against FC Twente in the Champions League on Wednesday.

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Wednesday November 17 2010
Robinho reminded of Capello's Madrid

Robinho claims this current Milan side reminds him of Fabio Capello's Real Madrid in the 2006-07 season.

The Brazil international played his part in that title win, making 32 appearances. He also scored six goals.

"This Milan reminds me of Capello's Real Madrid," Robinho said. "Capello's Real Madrid had many champions in its ranks.

"The Italian tactician managed to find the right balance between desire, actually the necessity, to propose spectacular football and the solidity that we needed to win La Liga.

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Thursday November 11 2010
'Capello took Ibrahimovic off Roma'

Fabio Capello proved instrumental in snatching Zlatan Ibrahimovic from Roma, reveals the player's agent.

In the summer of 2004, the Swedish striker was playing for Ajax and heavily linked with a move to the Giallorossi, but Juventus shocked everyone by signing him on deadline day.

“Ibra wanted to leave Ajax, but Milan were not interested,” agent Mino Raiola told Premium Calcio.

“Inter had a tepid interest, while Roma were very fired up for him. Above all it was Giallorossi director general Franco Baldini who wanted him.

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