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The veteran Italian manager has worked at the top level all of his career, with successful spells at AC Milan, Real Madrid, Roma and Juventus.

Capello was appointed Manager of AC Milan in 1991 and he would go onto have unprecedented success with the Rossoneri at the San Siro winning four league titles in five years.

Capello also won the Champions League in 1994 with Milan when they demolished Barcelona 4-0 in the Final. Capello then moved to Real Madrid where he won the League in his one and only season in charge.

Roma was the next stop for the Italian and he once again was a hit and won the Italian League Title in 2001 which ended a long wait for the Roma fans and Capello then moved onto Juventus where he played most of his playing career.

Capello would win two league titles in Turin but they were later stripped when Juventus were involved in the match fixing scandal and although there was no suggestion of Capello being involved he quickly moved back to Madrid.

The Italian took over as England manager in January 2008 after England had failed to qualify for Euro 2008 and had a dismal showing in the 2010 World Cup, scraping out of the group before being thrashed 4-1 in the Second Round by Germany.

A spell in charge of Russia also ended in disappointment with Capello getting sacked during qualification for Euro 2016.

Managerial Career

TeamWDLWIN%
Jiangsu Suning0000
Russia1710553.1
England288666.7
Real Madrid28121056
Juventus5318569.7
Roma89522952.4
Milan11111232.4
Real Madrid3112564.6
Milan97571657.1
Milan*22140
TOTAL3561828956.8

* Caretaker/Interim Manager

Fabio Capello Quotes

If you want to score a goal, you have to hit the target.


The most beautiful record was winning the league unbeaten with Milan.


I want to decide with calm . . . I would like to coach a club for three more seasons and then have a try with a foreign national squad, maybe England, which always fascinated me.


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