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27th June 2010 | World Cup Betting category: World Cup Betting & Odds
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Capello to hold talks with FA

It was bound to come up. England crashed out of the 2010 FIFA World Cup at the hands of old rivals Germany, and immediately speculation over the national coach is brought to light. While Fabio Capello has said that he is not about to quit his post after failing to take England beyond the second round, he is going to have talks with the FA. The get-out-clause which was written into Capello’s initial contract, was re-discussed and taken out just before the World Cup, as there were fears that he would be poached by Inter Milan. The clause stated that either party could sever the ties mutually after the World Cup without any problems. So was that move by the FA a bit hasty? While Capello had an extremely successful qualification campaign in getting England to the World Cup in the first place, that form clearly did not push on through to the World Cup. Is Capello at fault? Is the failure down to the players? Is it a combination of both? Italy’s failure at the World Cup has already cost Marcello Lippi his job, as Cesare Prandelli was named as new coach, and will Capello be the next high profile casualty of the 2010 FIFA World Cup?

Capello after a honeymoon period in the job, suddenly found himself being criticised for his poor language skills in English at the World Cup, as well as his rigidity in not changing formation and for sticking with playing players out of position. The relationship between Capello, the FA and the players suddenly all seemed a bit fractious, and with the disappointment of England’s overall performance at South Africa 2010, talks about Capello’s possible successor will be fuelling many headlines. Capello will address the media again on Monday in England’s last press conference. While he may be bemoaning Frank Lampard’s goal that never was, but on a whole, England were simply not good enough. The England squad looks as if it needs an overhaul and will the FA wanted new blood at the helm, or will they trust in Capello to fulfil his contract to work with a crop new, younger players? England start their qualification campaign for Euro 2012 in September, with fixtures to come against Bulgaria, Switzerland, Montenegro and Wales. That will have a houseful of pressure on any new manager, if Capello and England part company, will the FA fall back on an Englishman to lead the national side?

Next Permanent England Manager Odds

Harry Redknapp – 4/1 at SkyBet
Roy Hodgson – 4/1 at SkyBet
Martin O’Neill – 10/1 at Victor Chandler
Terry Venables – 12/1 at Coral
Stuart Pearce – 14/1 at Paddy Power
Marcello Lippi – 16/1 at SkyBet
Guus Hiddink  -18/1 at Paddy Power
Frank Rijkaard – 20/1 at Victor Chandler
Sam Alardyce – 20/1 at Paddy Power
Mark Hughes – 20/1 at SkyBet
Steve Coppell – 25/1 at Victor Chandler
Alan Curbishly – 25/1 at Victor Chandler
Steve Bruce – 25/1 at Paddy Power
David Beckham – 33/1 at William Hill
Kevin Keegan – 66/1 at Victor Chandler
 




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