Capello's New Regime

Tuesday, 5 February 2008

Only a few minutes into Capello's reign as England manager and I think we are now all fully aware that he is 10 times the manager McClown was and ever will be, although I will miss the ginger joker, as he was always a source of good material and news. Oh well, he did try and offer Capello some advice which I thought was quite strange, telling him to pick Terry as captain to get the best out of him. Would you listen to contraceptive advice from an AIDS victim?

Anyway, Capello has proceeded to lay down the law to the England squad straight off the bat, Beckham was dropped, although I thought the decision was harsh its easy to understand why a player who thinks kicking a ball in Africa, Sao Paulo and the Arsenal training ground makes him match fit surely isn't worthy of a place in the squad ahead of players who have been playing regularly. Becks will have his 100th cap, but not just yet, he does deserve it though. Michael Owen has been annoying me incesantly this season, after putting in simply turd performances for the whole of the season, with each goal he has scored for Newcastle worth apporximately soemwhere in the region of 1.8million he then proceeds to open his mouth and say he ready for England and is back to his best, what the hell is this man smoking? One goal against Boro does not make you a goal machine.

Greeting the players with a noticeboard which had the following information for them.

Lateness will not be tolerated, room service is banned and mobiles can only be used in bedrooms.

Ashley Cole wont be too upset then.

Players must eat together in smart dress and must wear team blazers when in public and at matches.

This could be a bit of a problem when Lampard returns to the team, I think we are all aware of his excessive eating.

Players will be called by their surnames.

Sounds like something out of a school dormitory.

No WAGS, relatives or agents are allowed to visit.

Rio should be pleased then, means that he will be allowed to organise one of his legendary "roast parties"

Switzerland will be no pushover, lets see if tomorrows headlines will be "Crap-pello" or "Just Fab-ulous". I will be there watching from the stands to see how it all unfolds.

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