Capello's Will Leave England After Euro 2012

Manager Fabio Capello is going to let go of his position as manager of England national team after Euro 2012. At that time, his contract had already expired.

Capello started to deal with the Three Lions in 2008. After successfully passing the English to the World Cup in 2010, Capello was granted a contract extension until the European Cup.

According to this 64-old coach, now he just wants to finish his contract. Capello hopes to pass the English European Cup finals. He also will not handle the team and chose to retire after leaving England.

"Yes," said Capello when asked if he would release a position as England manager after the European Cup.

"However, we must qualify first. I'm too old to keep pace. I want to enjoy life as a pensioner," he explained.

The Italian manager was successfully passed the English to the World Cup.Unfortunately, The Three Lions failed miserably in South Africa and Germany eliminated with a score 4-1 in 16 major landslide. No wonder if Capello were showered with criticism.

Capello has again received rave reviews after early England did brilliantly in the European Cup qualifiers. They twice won the victory by scoring seven goals.

When defeating Montenegro in the next game next month, England will be strong at the top of Group G and has a great opportunity to escape to Poland-Ukraine.