Fabio Capello is to continue as England manager
Fri 2nd Jul 2010 | Football Governance
The Football Association has confirmed that Fabio Capello will stay on as England Manager.
The Italian, 64, found himself under pressure following a disastrous World Cup campaign that saw England thrashed by Germany in their last-16 tie.
On Monday he was told he would learn his fate in two weeks, only to be given full FA backing four days later.
"We remain convinced that Fabio is the best man for the job," Club England chairman Sir Dave Richards said.
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