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Independent, The
(London),  Dec 13, 2007

The Italian poised to become the new England manager is an admirer of
the Pope and Silvio Berlusconi and praised the ' order ' left by
General Franco . The FA may be hoping he learns to keep his opinions to himself . By Cahal Milmo
A touchline philosopher
The blazerati of the Football Association are well known for their
dislike of controversy . In the past, rampant publicity over the
personal affairs of England managers has done little to endear them to the sport 's mandarins.
So a disciplined, conservative Italian who attempts to shun the
limelight, avoids late nights and socialises outside football circles
would appear to be their man. Yesterday , Fabio Capello sat down for
talks with FA bosses that are expected to result in him being awarded
a multi -million pound contract before Christmas.
A perfect match? Well, possibly. There 's just one thing . The
conservatism that makes the61- year -old so appealing to some has for others , on occasion, gone just a little bit too far. Capello you see
has a habit of spouting forth with opinions on public life. And those
figures he admires most play their politics wide on the right.
Described variously as "uncompromising", "disciplinarian"
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