He offended the nation by suggesting that disabled people were bad people in previous lives.
Lost the dressing room by forcing the players to take the controversial supplement Creatine, which has been closely linked to severe organ damage.
He then got us knocked out of the World Cup in the 2nd round. No thanks, I would rather Glenn Hoddle and his 'faith healer' Eileen Drewery stayed firmly away from the England set up.
'Never go back' is a principle that most apply. It didn't work out the first time, why would it work out again?
Give somebody else a chance. Harry Redknapp for me, but there is also Sam Allardyce. I would take Martin O'Neill, but I think that its time for an English manager.
Redknapp has single handedly revived the fortunes of numerous clubs, is universally well respected, is familiar with half of the England team - including Crouch, Defoe and Bent, and this is his last chance.
I have heard that huddle is ticking all the right boxes within the F A. He does have a massive hurdle jump after his disabled comments. Many politicians have said stuff they have had to resign over, only to return a few years later. Redknapp does seem to carry some baggage regarding tax allegations, that could scare some of the old boys within the F A.
Capello thinks he would be too old by the next world cup so i think we will have a new manager in 18 months. Harry Redknapp for me , forget his baggage of tax allagations hes the best English manager by a country mile , hes turned managed to turn Spurs from under achievers to a competitive top team , he deserves it. The only other English manager i would consider giving the job to is maybe Roy Hodgson, things aren't going right for him at Liverpool but thats because of problems of the pitch, he would be a good England manager but may be too old as well by then.
Roy Hodgson...he will be sacked soon as a Liverpool manager (not entirely his fault though) and it will nicely be timed with Capello`s sacking/resignation.... probably Martin O`Neill for Liverpool then.....