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Fabio Capello Aspires to Reshape Russia's Image
Fabio Capello has demonstrated tremendous enthusiasm in order to make it true, he has signed a two-year deal with the Russian Football Union, and he has even appeared in the Russian Super League competition scene before the contract. The more critical point is that Capello has promised to put all his energies in Russia, which is quite different from many former coaches.
The 66-year old coach has quickly completed the reconstruction of the Russian national team, although the team fails to break into the European Championship's quarter-finals, Capello still retains the core backbone of the team.
At the same time, he also enrolls in five uncapped new players, including defender Georgi Schennikov (CSKA Moscow) and Arseni Logashov (FC Anzhi Makhachkala). Russian national team's average age descends to 28 with the new blood brought in by Capello.
Capello met his players for the first time on Monday, I am very proud to work here, I also feel great honor to coach you because this is a strong team. he said, "Currently, our primary goal is to regain fans' support after insult on the EURO 2012."
Although Capello's primary task is to win back the hearts of the fans, the former England coach has taken the lead in finding his friends among the players. Capello well keeps the core members of the Russian national team" the 21-year-old Schennikov said. The new comers have proved they deserved their positions. I have never supported Fabio Capello's team prior to this, but I have always expressed concern for him, now we want to see how rapidly our teams will change under the leadership of Fabio Capello.
Compared to the working staff, Capello has made a change quickly. He has moved the team from predecessor Dick Advocaat's preferred hotel in the heart of Moscow to a quiet area of Kratovo. CÃ´te d'Ivoire, the African Cup runner-up will be the first major challenge for Capello in the upcoming match. Thereafter, on September 7, Russia will start their World Cup qualifiers from the home game against Northern Ireland, Capello also hope that the team's strength can be performed to the greatest degree.
When Capello was still a player, he once won the league title on behalf of Juventus and AC Milan. Then he led the Rossoneri to win the Champions League 1993/94 season as a head coach, he knew well about the essentials of success. "As a team, everyone, including people work for the team as well as the team's players should keep respect to each other, I think this is a key element of success," he said. "No one will be privileged, we are equal and friendly to each other. We should make efforts for the team and to fight for an ideal outcome. I wish everyone good luck, so let's go forward."