Fab’s got a Russian problem
FABIO CAPELLO has revealed he fears his messages to his Russia players are not getting translated properly.
The 66-year-old, who had language difficulties during his four years as England boss, admits he is having problems after moving to Moscow.
Speaking and reading the Russian language has been difficult for the Italian (left) despite two wins from his first two World Cup qualifiers.
“There aren’t many people speaking English so I always need a translator – and it makes it more difficult having another person involved to say what I want to say,” said Capello.
“Sometimes the right expression or word helps you a lot, but someone might translate it with their ideas or according to their feelings. Then it is different.
“Moments of anger, moments of joy, moments where you have to be careful – so I would say it is really difficult.”
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