I thought I'd post this out of our usual TTFC club as I want to get a more international viewpoint on Capello and what he's 'achieved' with England. This is because of some fresh 'inspiration'/bewilderment courtesy of this stunning revelation - from the Guardian newspaper about the 'Capello index' (players ratings system) which the FA (English football's governing body) prevented him initially publishing but which has now been made public anyway. Check out the actual index at the bottom as, So... in reverse order of lunacy... he actually rates our 5th most productive, effective player in the world cup as being England's very own Robben - Wright-Phillips! ... ("Deep breath.")... third from top he rates... ("Deep breath and sip that whiskey.)... Rooney!... whilst Capello's second highest-rated English player in S. Africa is... ("Deep breath. Sip whiskey. Down tranquilizers. Cross yourself and say several 'hail Mary's.")... Emile Heskey... WTF!!!??? :shock: ... this is just truly, madly, deeply, mindbogglingly insane in a way that we all sadly now accept as par for the course when it comes to Capello and his out of date, rigid, stubborn, and just generally abysmal regime... (Oh and don't you just love that last line about Crouch?!... yes, exactly... says it all... "did not play enough"...) Now, is it just me who thinks this, or... and despite his players undoubted lack of cohesion, form, spirit, harmony, fitness, etc... but as the world's highest paid manager and given his squad contained the players who regularly play in Champions League/Champions League finals etc and should have at least been expected to go a round further in the WC... is it just me who feels Capello has to be held largely responsible for such a dismal, pathetic, embarrassing and incomprehensible mess, and should have been sacked promptly (and sent to the tower :wink?! R.