Interesting news coming out of Sky Sports today suggesting a recently unemployed ex-England manager is keen to manage in the Premier League. Capello also mentions that he loves London - this immediately got my speculation hat firmly strapped to my head (I appreciate that loves London does not equal will stay in London).
A quick look over the possible clubs in the capital and it becomes apparent that Chelsea and Spurs are the only realistic options (I’m assuming that after their turnaround Arsenal are no longer calling for Wenger’s head). Di Matteo is doing a pretty solid job at the moment and with Harry Redknapp seemingly half out the door already (please God let him leave in the summer!) it wouldn’t be too unrealistic to consider Capello as a candidate if (when) Harry moves on.
That said, my question is how would you guys react to this appointment? My main worry would be that he seems like the polar opposite of Harry, which while it would be refreshing could be pretty disruptive to the squad. On the other hand, he has a decent record with England and a strong pedigree at club level.