Why We Shouldn’t Sack Fabio Capello

| September 7, 2010 | 1 Reply

“Have a little patience”

It may be a line from a Take That song but for once, Gary and the boys are worth listening to.

You see, in betting, as in many other walks of life, patience is key.

You won’t win every time…

Nobody ever does and nobody ever will.

The same thing goes for football management…

When things go wrong it’s easy to blame the manager but everyone makes mistakes and everyone is victim to bad luck once in a while.

The key is to stay cool and stick with it.

Don’t lose your head and don’t make any snap judgements that you may later come to regret.

The recent witch hunt of Fabio Capello by the British press is a case in point.

Here we have one of the most successful football managers of the modern era, prepared to head up a rabble of overpaid, oversexed footballers proclaiming to be England internationals and what do we do?

We crucify him every chance we get.

Sure, we had a poor World Cup – I’m not denying that.

But what good is sacking the manager going to do?

Surely we will be far better off by getting behind Fabio and allowing him to learn from his first experience of a major international tournament.

After all, how many successful sides do you know that regularly chop and change their manager?

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Thoughts from Wembley

I was at the match on Friday and on the whole, the atmosphere was good.

The question is – would that have been the case had Defoe not opened the scoring early doors?

I think not.

Sports fans and particularly football fans have a reputation for being fickle and while that may be unfair in some cases, it is certainly not when it comes to the national team.

This has done us no good whatsoever and only serves to create instability and heap added pressure on our already beleaguered players and staff.

I’m not saying you have to agree with them or even like them but if everybody was to give these people a chance, the England team would be far more likely to achieve the success that we all crave.


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  1. Maya Lobosco says:

    Love your site man keep up the good work

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