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THEFR.co.uk2010-05-09 11:00:47 +0000 #1
Fabio Capello has answered THEFR on two questions at the preparation camp at Kapfenberg after the Plymouth game (1-0).

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Mr Capello: What Do you expect from the new season?

The new season will not be easy. But I do think that Real Madrid has done everything for a good new season.

How do you rate the arrival of Fabio Cannavaro at Real. Probably the best defender at the World Cup?

Of course Cannavaro is an extraordinary player, but also a player of the TEAM. But this kind of player is very important.



thomas
Lance Knight2010-05-09 11:05:14 +0000 #2
well is he or isnt he?

i mean i pretty much dont think that we will win the la liga for sure this year, looking at how Valencia and Braca are playing. well i think he would turn us around, just the thing is it might take a season to do that. but his faith in Emerson pisses me off, the guy is playing mess and never was anything special at Juventus and barely makes the Brazil side mustless. i think that was a waste of some serious money there

but Capello seems to think:->

->

Quote:

Capello on Betis win: You can see Real Madrid improvement

September 23, 2006

Mahamadou Diarra's first-half header was enough for Real Madrid to beat Real Betis in Seville last night.

The win lifts Madrid to the top of the standings ahead of Sunday's clashes, while defeat ends a miserable week for Betis which began with a derby loss to Sevilla.

Real coach Fabio Capello said afterwards: "You can see that the team is improving and is playing with more rhythm. We played a good game, though they came back at us hard with the introduction of the German (David Odonkor).

"Betis had only one chance throughout the game, the header for Juanito. We had several more chances and controlled the game well."

Fullback Cicinho limped off with suspected knee ligament damage, though Capello said: "We'll wait to see what the doctors say."
Lance Knight2010-05-09 11:50:17 +0000 #3
Real Madrid management consider futures of 16 stars

January 07, 2007

Real Madrid's technical team are thrashing out plans to offload a stunning SIXTEEN of coach Fabio Capello's first team squad at the end of this season.

Capello, along with sports director Pedja Mijatovic and advisor Franco Baldini, have discussed their long-term plans for the senior squad, which is set to see a major overhaul of the playing staff.

ABC says Michel Salgado, Ivan Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Guti, Raul, Ronaldo, David Beckham, Raul Bravo, Jose Reyes, Emerson, Franciso Pavon, Alvaro Mejia, Oscar Minambres, Antonio Cassano, Pablo Garcia and Carlos Diogo are all set to either being allowed to come off contract or will be circulated around Europe's top clubs.
Lance Knight2010-05-09 12:08:07 +0000 #4
ok seriously who else here things this guy is doing shit

come on he seriously making stupid decisions and playing favouritism,

emerson over diarria?????
Becks2010-05-09 11:21:05 +0000 #5
I will be shocked to see him stay after the Deportivo match.

His ego is the reason these players are not playing . . . the result is some players playing in uncomfortable positions and low morale. . .

Didn't Canna get a rude awakening! lol
Lance Knight2010-05-09 11:44:35 +0000 #6
the second goal was indeed a wrong decisions cause the ball did go over the line and out of play, but to be realistic the ref or linesman couldnt see that.

but that didnt matter cause we lost 2-0. ronaldo and emerson should have scored those two goals

but the biggest shocker of all is is why the hell did he start Ramos in the Leftback postion, another thing is why did he start gago, any good coach would never start a new signing that young and from a so different style of play without alittle match exprience, ie with this team. you are supposed to sub in on for 2 or 3 games before u start him.

hell but seriously right-footed ramos in the left back position, like what the ***k is wrong with this guy?
Becks2010-05-09 11:22:25 +0000 #7
The goal was a good laugh...

As was Ronaldo's chance on goal...

and Diarra on the bench...while Gago flopped and flailed around on the pitch...diving and what not.

Honestly - That performance was the absolute turning point for Madrid? I hope not... I want the future to taste a little better.

Nice story:

"Real Madrid's technical team are thrashing out plans to offload a stunning SIXTEEN of coach Fabio Capello's first team squad at the end of this season.

Capello, along with sports director Pedja Mijatovic and advisor Franco Baldini, have discussed their long-term plans for the senior squad, which is set to see a major overhaul of the playing staff.

ABC says Michel Salgado, Ivan Helguera, Roberto Carlos, Guti, Raul, Ronaldo, David Beckham, Raul Bravo, Jose Reyes, Emerson, Franciso Pavon, Alvaro Mejia, Oscar Minambres, Antonio Cassano, Pablo Garcia and Carlos Diogo are all set to either being allowed to come off contract or will be circulated around Europe's top clubs."
Ify2010-05-09 12:12:04 +0000 #8
After last nights performance, I am totally sickened by the Real Madrid players. What the ***k are they up to? All of them were absolute shit.

I would have thought they would have done their best after losing 3-0 to Recreativo. But no, they managed to play twice as bad.

From the first 2 minutes, I thought Real were definitely up for it. But then it just seemed to go downhill. They never recovered until the end of the first half and part of the 2nd half, but then they went downhill again.

It seems nobody can do anything for Real. No matter who we get, we still end up playing shit.

Capello has made some stupid decisions. Diarra is way better than Emerson, just because he was caught saying he never plays, isn't reason enough to drop him. I mean he was complaining about being on the bench, isn't that GOOD? The guy wants to play. Also, why does he put Ramos at left-back?

Gago looks promising, he seems to want to be the playmaker. Apart from a few rash challenges, he was ok. Ronaldo, Nistelrooy and Beckham were non-existent. I was happy Guti was out, that idiot can't pass at all. Helguera is always a bad choice for defender, I much prefer Mejia. Cannavaro hasn't done anything since arriving. In fact he is the new Raul Bravo, GIVING the opponents opportunities to score. World and European player of the year? What a load of bollocks. Raul wasn't his usual self either, couldn't lift the team or keep the ball. Salgado was probably the only one that wasn't completely useless. Casillas was also awful. He looked like an idiot scrambling before the goal line for the second goal. His clearances, goal kicks and throws were awful. We know we're in trouble when even the mighty Casillas plays bad. The whole Real defence were a joke and were run ragged. Deportivo could have had 4-5.

Real couldn't even hold the ball up for large parts of the game. Reyes showed some promise, at least he was trying. Ronaldo should have scored what was basically an open net. Emerson was unlucky not to score.

Losing to a team that haven't won in 10 matches, or haven't scored in their last four games, to concede 2 goals against them is just absolutely ridiculous. It's a joke.

Real need to pull their socks up, and big time.

Hopefully with the troubles Mourinho is having with Chelsea, his next destination will be Madrid!

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