Description - Capello by Gabriele Marcotti
Fabio Capello is a born winner. As a midfielder with Roma, Juventus and Milan, he won four Italian league championships and two cups, and played for his country 32 times, scoring a goal at Wembley in 1973 in Italy's first ever win in England. As a manager, Capello's fierce determination has seen him win championships - nine of them in 16 years - with every club he has taken charge of, from the great Milan team he helped create in the early 1990s to Real Madrid with David Beckham in 2007. Now he faces his greatest challenge yet, the challenge that he has said is his long-cherished dream, and the last of his glittering coaching career. To restore England to the top of the world football tree, to take his adopted country to the World Cup in South Africa in 2010, and to win it. For Capello, nothing less than the best will do. For England, it is win or bust. And you don't want to lose under Capello. In this, the first ever biography of the new England manager, award-winning writer Gabriele Marcotti travels from Capello's early days in Italy to his first months in his new job at Soho Square to tell the story of the man behind the steely glare, the method behind the sometimes manic beh
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(198mm x 128mm x 33mm)
Bantam Books (Transworld Publishers a division of the Random House Group)
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Author Biography - Gabriele Marcotti
Gabriele Marcotti is the World Football Correspondent for The Times and UK correspondent for the Corriere dello Sport. He is also a columnist for Sports Illustrated, presents a weekly show on BBC Radio Five Live and is a regular analyst on Bravo, Sky Sports News and ITV's Champions League coverage. His books include The Italian Job- A Journey to the Heart of Two Great Footballing Cultures, co-written with Gianluca Vialli and also published by Bantam Press, which was shortlisted for the William Hill Sports Book of the Year award in 2006.