London: Just like before the 2010 World Cup, a dispute revolving around John Terry is unsettling England's preparations for a major tournament. But this time, rather than acting as a unifier, Fabio Capello has been accused of exacerbating tensions ahead of the European Championships.
And the coach may have breached his lucrative contract as a result.
Capello's authority appears to have been undermined by his employers when Terry was fired as England captain on Friday by Football Association chairman David Bernstein.
While the decision was taken to prevent Terry leading England at Euro 2012 while awaiting a criminal trial on a racism charge, Capello is annoyed his views were ignored....more
11:28 PM, Feb 06, 2012