Fabio Capello (Italian pronunciation: [ˈfaːbjo kaˈpɛllo, -ˈpel-]; born 18 June 1946) is an Italian former professional football manager and player. As a player, Capello represented SPAL 1907 , Roma , Milan and Juventus .
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Fabio Capello was born on June 18, 1946 in San Canzian d'Isonzo, Friuli-Venezia Giulia, Italy. He is known for his work on La domenica sportiva (1954), Calcio Stream (1999) and UEFA Champions League (1994).
This is the profile site of the manager Fabio Capello. The site lists all clubs he coached and all clubs he played for.
Fabio had even earned the call of Madrid through his previous success in Europe with AC Milan in the early nineties, which saw the Rossoneri reach three consecutive Champions League finals and win one of them, while winning multiple trophies on the domestic front and even going undefeated for 58 straight games in Serie A under Capello (it helped that Capello started the Milan job with no European fixtures to interrupt his mid-week training at the time).
Ben Foster found Fabio Capello “weird”. Former England goalkeeper Ben Foster has branded ex-Three Lions manager Fabio Capello “weird,” citing a number of incidents during the Italian’s ...
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Fabio Capello was appointed England manager on December 14, 2007. The Italian served the team until February 8, 2012, before leaving to manage the Russian national team.
Fabio Capello the England football manager watches outside the Ferrari garage during practice for the Italian Formula One Grand Prix at the Autodromo...
Ben Foster has lifted the lid on life as an England player under Fabio Capello The goalkeeper revealed he would call Three Lions goalkeeper Joe Hart 'John' Foster also explained how Capello would...
Fabio Capello é um ex-treinador e ex-futebolista italiano que atuava como volante.