In Fabio We Trust
We finally have a manager to be proud of in Fabio Capello and England fans can again begin to dream of glory. This time though we have a boss with the ‘Wazza factor’ and this could just be the difference between World domination and Quarter Final penalty shoot outs.
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Fabio Capello’s new look England are now only 3 points from next years World Cup after an unprecedented 7 wins from 7 games.
The Italian has not only restored faith and confidence among the fans but has finally managed to show that this ‘Golden Generation’ can not only play together but they can achieve it with discipline, confidence and assurance. A 6-0 triumph over minnows Andorra was the latest England victory under Fabio Capello. A brace for both Wayne Rooney and Jermain Defoe was followed up with strikes from Frank Lampard and Peter Crouch. Yes this was a poor opposing side at Wembley but the manor and attitude of the English was top draw, a performance that gleamed with continuity, a quality England have lacked for many a year. This togetherness has been the key ingredient new manager Capello has quickly installed.
The England boss identified very early into his reign what was required to bring out the much talked about potential this team has and he has gone on to build his emerging empire around the Countries most talented player, Wayne Rooney. When Capello talks about Rooney he can’t help but smile. He’s made no secret of his admiration for the Manchester United striker who is held in the highest regard by the Italian, an achievement in itself due to the magnitude and World wide reputation of Mr. Capello. This respect and faith shown in Rooney has widely benefited England who now operate around there talented talisman as a team with an array of gifted players such as Steven Gerrard and Frank Lampard playing off him in a more free roaming and confident fashion.
We finally have a manager fit for the job now, in that I’m sure. If Fabio Capello does not become the next England manager to win the World Cup since Sir Alf Ramsey in 1966 then I don’t think I’ll be around to see it happen! In Fabio we trust!!