Fabio Capello resigned as England supervisor, on today in 2012.
Capello walked away from the job after the Football Association determined to strip John Terry of the captaincy with out consulting the Italian.
The FA announcement got here after a gathering between board members and Capello at Wembley Stadium.
The then 65-year-old was set to resign after the Euro 2012 match however walked away from his £6million-a-year job simply 4 months earlier than the beginning of the competitors, throwing England’s main match preparations in turmoil.
Capello took to Italian TV to criticise England’s choice and he “absolutely” disagreed with the motion that was taken in opposition to Terry.
Following the choice, an FA assertion learn: “The Football Association can confirm that Fabio Capello has today resigned as England manager.
“This follows a meeting involving FA chairman David Bernstein, FA general secretary Alex Horne and Fabio Capello at Wembley Stadium.
“The discussions focused on the FA board’s decision to remove the England team captaincy from John Terry, and Fabio Capello’s response through an Italian broadcast interview.
“In a meeting for over an hour, Fabio’s resignation was accepted and he will leave the post of England manager with immediate effect.”
The resignation introduced the curtain down on Capello’s 4 yr stint in England, his solely match got here on the 2010 World Cup as England had been dumped out with a 4-1 thrashing by the hands of Germany within the final 16.
Capello had received 28 of his 41 video games in cost, shedding solely six instances throughout his reign.
Roy Hodgson subsequently took the England scorching seat and exited Euro 2012 on the quarter-final stage after they had been overwhelmed 4-2 by Italy on penalties.