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CAPELLO BACK FOR TERRY TALKS, Should terry remain national team skipper?

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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
Should terry remain national team skipper?
what do you think? should he remain as skipper or deserve to get sacked or should he resign?
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England boss Fabio Capello arrived back in Britain on Thursday ahead of talks with captain John Terry.

The Chelsea defender has been caught up in a media storm after stories emerged of an alleged affair with an ex-partner of England colleague and former Chelsea team-mate Wayne Bridge.

Capello is set for a showdown with Terry amid calls he should resign or be sacked as the national team skipper, although the centre-back has so far made no announcement regarding his future.

The Italian coach flew into London's Heathrow Airport from Switzerland, where he has been recovering from a knee operation.

Capello is expected to meet Terry on Friday and the Football Association has made it clear that he alone will decide the 29-year-old's fate.

Capello refused to answer questions from the media scrum who greeted his arrival, responding only "no comment" as he was ushered to a waiting car.


P.S : I'm neutral
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6y, 10m agoPosted 6 years, 10 months ago
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banned#1
I don't really know.
#2
Part of me goes get rid due to the moral issues, the other thinks that it might ruin the current teams momentium.
#3
My initial thoughts were no because they should be a role model, but then I thought who in the england team would you give it to?

Gerard - assault and lucky to escape prison
Rio - skips drugs test
Rooney - the granny incident

Lampard?
#4
To be honest does it really matter what he does in his personal life?

So long as his performances are still good and his troubles are left off the pitch then he should keep captaincy.

However their are other players who can lead England. Rooney, Gerrard, Rio and Lampard would be good captains.
banned#5
shauneco
To be honest does it really matter what he does in his personal life?

So long as his performances are still good and his troubles are left off the pitch then he should keep captaincy.

However their are other players who can lead England. Rooney, Gerrard, Rio and Lampard would be good captains.


Rooney cheated on his missus with a prostitute, Gerrard assaulted a guy in a bar, Rio had a 9-month ban for skipping a drugs test and Lampard 'allegedly' cheated on his wife.

Let's just decide football matters on football reasons.:thumbsup:
#6
FilthAndFurry
Rooney cheated on his missus with a prostitute, Gerrard assaulted a guy in a bar, Rio had a 9-month ban for skipping a drugs test and Lampard 'allegedly' cheated on his wife.

Let's just decide football matters on football reasons.:thumbsup:


no he didn't
#7
Imagine if it was Roony or Gerrard missus that Terry shagged instead of an average squad player, and they refused to play in the same team as him
banned#8
hassony
Imagine if it was Roony or Gerrard missus that Terry shagged instead of an average squad player, and they refused to play in the same team as him


Imagine if Terry murdered all the other players....

but he didn't.:thumbsup:
#9
FilthAndFurry
Imagine if Terry murdered all the other players....

but he didn't.:thumbsup:


that's stupid, and totally missing the point

Terry should still be in the team, but he shouldn't be captain
#10
P.S : I'm neutral


:lazy:

you keep starting these threads op yet never comment in them,whats the point?
[mod]#11
The main difference is with the other players indiscretions is it didn't directly involve a team mate and risk affecting harmony in the squad like this does with people picking sides.

Personally i think he should step down as you can't lead people who no longer respect or will follow you in a team based game like football.
#12
I dont think he has any respect left from his team mates after the way he treated his best freind .
#13
This time next week there will be something else to worry about.

Anyone remember the earthquake......

Hopefully a Jordan / Alex / Peter / Dwight slanging match next week will remove this from the headlines.

We need to move on, it's not life or death and does not affect you or me directly so why do we bother so much, have we not got better things to worry about?
#14
Tazzer
I dont think he has any respect left from his team mates after the way he treated his best freind .


apparently he done the same thing to another player as well, Hilario
#15
the mail was discussing it today and reminded me of what he was involved in a few weeks ago.
He was showing people round Chelsea for thousands of pounds. He said at the time the club didnt know but he was giving the money to charity. He said one of the charities was the Make a wish charity (i may have the name of that slightly wrong). Its the charity for very sick children. The mail today said they had asked that charity about what JT had said and they said they had no involvement with him what so ever.
If thats the case that makes me feel he is far lower than even his private life suggests.
banned#16
hassony
that's stupid, and totally missing the point

Terry should still be in the team, but he shouldn't be captain


So they can't respect him as captain, but they still have to play in the same side as him?

Maybe they should man up and accept that he's captain because he's a good organiser and a good motivator.

Or does someone have to post a list of other leaders/captains/managers with questionable personal lives?
banned#17
FilthAndFurry
Rooney cheated on his missus with a prostitute, Gerrard assaulted a guy in a bar, Rio had a 9-month ban for skipping a drugs test and Lampard 'allegedly' cheated on his wife.

Let's just decide football matters on football reasons.:thumbsup:


[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="7"]Gary Neville touched my mum![/SIZE][/FONT]
#18
greg_68
[COLOR="Red"]This time next week there will be something else to worry about[/COLOR].

Anyone remember the earthquake......

Hopefully a Jordan / Alex / Peter / Dwight slanging match next week will remove this from the headlines.

We need to move on, it's not life or death and does not affect you or me directly so why do we bother so much, have we not got better things to worry about?


With three other footballers allegedly involved in this John Terry / Wayne Bridge story, I think the tabloids are going to have plenty of front-page stuff for the foreseeable future :whistling:
banned#19
hassony
apparently he done the same thing to another player as well, Hilario


So long as he sticks to fringe players, who cares?

Feed him a diet of Warnock/Wright-Philips/Robinson partners and let's move on.
banned#20
vibeone
[FONT="Arial Black"][SIZE="7"]Gary Neville touched my mum![/SIZE][/FONT]


To be fair, who hasn't:whistling:
#21
I see that '"the new John Terry" is following in his footsteps in more ways than one aswell:

Birmingham Mail:

Aston Villa defender caught selling Cup Final tickets on Facebook

Feb 4 2010


AN Aston Villa player has been caught selling Carling Cup Final tickets for £200 each on Facebook.

England under-19 star Nathan Baker was inundated with online bids for the passes, which don’t go on general sale until Monday, and stood to make £1000 by selling his friends and family ticket allocation for the big game.

The club have disciplined the 18-year-old defender, removing the tickets from him and banning him from attending this month’s Wembley clash with Manchester United.

Baker, hailed as the “new John Terry” by the coaching staff at Leauge Two outfit Lincoln City, where he is currently on loan, last night apologised to fans for his behaviour.

In posts on his social networking site the 6ft 3in centre half bartered with pals, turning down an offer of £500 for all five of his tickets, and securing £200 for each of them within less than 24 hours.


Villa players are forbidden from selling tickets allocated to members of the first team squad for friends and family, though the Birmingham Mail understands that Baker had not yet received the tickets he offered for sale on Facebook.

Last night a spokesman for Aston Villa said: “The club is saddened that Nathan has been so foolish.

“All of the players were made aware that tickets for the Carling Cup final are available for their own use only and, following this incident, the message has been repeated to them.

“It shouldn’t be forgotten, however, that Nathan is just 18-years-old and he has a lot to learn. His actions were naive and he is extremely embarrassed and regretful at having let down himself, the club and Aston Villa fans.”

The teenager said last night that he regretted selling the tickets online.

“I wish to apologise unreservedly to the fans for my actions,” he said.

“I appreciate it is a privilege to be part of Aston Villa Football Club and one day I hope to play in the first team, but I understand that my behaviour off the pitch must speak as loudly as my actions on the pitch.

“I have been informed by the Club that I will no longer be receiving any tickets for the Carling Cup final and, while I will be sorry not to be able to cheer Aston Villa on at Wembley, I understand and appreciate that it would be inappropriate for me to have these tickets given my actions.”

Baker will not face any additional punishment, with a source at Villa Park saying the club has drawn a “major distinction” between the teenager and the club’s senior stars.

On the Aston Villa website Baker is described as: “an aggressive and positive central defender” who is “highly regarded by the club’s backroom staff”.

He made the bench for two early season European fixtures, and was on the club’s pre-season tour of Switzerland last summer.
#22
Syzable
The main difference is with the other players indiscretions is it didn't directly involve a team mate and risk affecting harmony in the squad like this does with people picking sides.

Personally i think he should step down as you can't lead people who no longer respect or will follow you in a team based game like football.


But if i dont respect someone, i wouldnt wanna play in the same team as them. So if Lamps, gerrard, rooney etc. all play the respect card for captaincy, are they still going to wanna play in same team as him?
#23
I think he should give up the captains armband himself, he shouldn't be asked to do it or he should speak to the squad at the next game and they should vote, see if they want him as their leader
#24
John Terry has burnt his bridges imo :thumbsup:
#25
so he had a bit of rumpy pumpy get over it
banned#26
FilthAndFurry
To be fair, who hasn't:whistling:


[SIZE="7"][FONT="Arial Black"]Wayne Bridge.[/FONT][/SIZE]
#27
if hes going to be playing anyway then he should stay captain.as anyone who gets the captaincy after this wont really feel as though they have earned it just inherited it.he will be just as effective (on the pitch) with or without the armband.

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