Fabio Capello was appointed England Manager on Friday 14 December 2007.
His 16-year managerial career has encompassed spells at AC Milan, Real Madrid, AS Roma and Juventus. In total, Capello has won nine League titles in Italy and Spain as well as lifting the European Cup with Milan in 1994.
Capello enjoyed a successful playing career as a midfielder with Roma, Juventus and Milan, winning 32 caps for Italy. He began his coaching career with Milan graduating to take charge of the first team in 1991. He brought huge success to the club winning four Serie A titles in five seasons and overseeing European Cup success with a 4-0 Final victory over Barcelona in 1994.
A season at Real Madrid followed where the team won La Liga. After a brief return to Milan, Capello joined Roma. The Serie A title was secured in 2001 and Capello was recruited by Juventus in 2004 where he won Serie A in both 2005 and 2006. Capello spent last season back at Real Madrid, once again winning the League.
After leading England to the World Cup 2010 and then overseeing qualification for the European Championship Finals in 2012, Capello resigned from his position of England Manager on Wednesday 8 February 2012.