England Manager Fabio Capello faces questions from the public.
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Fabio Capello says he is ready to lead England all the way to the World Cup Final in South Africa.
Speaking to customers and employees of England sponsors Nationwide at their headquarters in Swindon, the England Manager gave an honest appraisal of the Three Lions’ chances this summer.
When asked by one England fan: “Do you believe we can win the World Cup?” his response was: “Why not? My target is to play the Final, because I think our team is very good. Always we have to improve, but I think if all the players are fit for the World Cup, we can beat all the teams.”
Fitness, it seems, will be the key. Capello has already endured injury scares to key players Wayne Rooney, Rio Ferdinand, Ashley Cole and Aaron Lennon this season and acknowledges his squad will need as much recovery time as possible after a long, hard season.
“The English players will arrive a bit tired but I think in one month, with the doctors and the training, we will be fit for the start of the World Cup.”
As to which players will actually be on the plane to South Africa, however, is still up for debate.
“When I was a club manager I would speak with the doctor to see who would start and who would be on the bench or not fit.
“Here it is the same. I speak with the players and also the medical staff to see who is fit. If they are not fit they will stay at home because I prefer a fit player to one who is not fit, unless it is a small injury. The doctor might say in two or three days this player can be fit, but if it is two weeks, then no.
“We will wait to choose the first list of 30 players and then the final 23 for the squad. I don’t know what will happen. Some players might miss two games, some will be injured and some will be fit.
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