Fabio Capello Resigns: 6 Lessons To Learn from His Support of John Terry

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Fabio Capello Resigns: 6 Lessons To Learn from His Support of John Terry
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With Euro 2012 four months away, Fabio Capello resigned as manager of the English National Team.

That sure doesn't bode well for England.

Capello decided to stand by his captain, John Terry, amidst the Football Association stripping Terry of the England captaincy. To show his disapproval, Capello resigned.

Terry is awaiting a trial regarding his racial allegations, but the trial date is not set until July 9, which is eight days after the Euro Final.

Given the situation and the FA's action, Capello decided that he must walk away from the job four months before the second-biggest tournament in the world. Here are six lessons we learned because of Capello's resignation.

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