Blink and you probably missed it. The controversial ‘Capello Index’ has been taken down at the request of the England manager after being put online only last week. The index, which was originally planned to launch before the World Cup, was delayed until the conclusion of the tournament after the original outcry surrounding it. The latest criticism came after many of England’s players received poor ratings by the site, and it was obviously Don Fabio giving all the ratings so that’s bad. Surely they should have all been given 99.99 ratings, with an obligatory pat on the back to boot. They were that damn good after all! Read more.
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