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Your guide to all the departures since the season started

Lee returns to Bolton as coach

Sammy Lee has joined Bolton for a third time during his football career.

AVB has come up with some radical ideas but we should not listen on this occasion

Andre Villas-Boas' Chelsea reign being sabotaged by Jose Mourinho says Porto chief

Andre Villas-Boas' bid to rescue Chelsea's season is being sabotaged by Jose Mourinho's continued contact with his former players, according to the estranged duo's old boss.

<b>13. Manu Tuilagi (England)</b><br/>
Tuilagi can make a massive impact on every game he plays. He could do nothing all game and then change the outcome within a couple of phases. He does this better than anyone in not only the England squad but anyone in the competition.

Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes recalled into England squad

Manu Tuilagi and Courtney Lawes are in contention to face Wales at Twickenham on February 25 after being recalled to the England squad by interim coach Stuart Lancaster.

Harry Redknapp gets his point across to players at White Hart Lane on Saturday

FA to cast net wider after getting fingers burnt with Scolari

The Football Association plans to interview a range of candidates as well as Harry Redknapp, the favourite for the vacant England manager's job, and will not expect the new man to start until the end of the domestic season.

Pearce offering: Fabio Capello has thumbed a lift back to Italy while Stuart Pearce has already got caught up in a race storm

The Last Word: If Harry can't get England out of jail, we may as well throw away the key

It is the six noughts, not the Three Lions, which will be tempting Hiddink & Co

<b>Roy Hodgson</b><br/>
Five months younger than Redknapp, another elder statesman enjoying managerial success. Never taken to by Liverpool fans but impressed many by leading Fulham to the 2010 Europa League final and kept West Bromwich up last season. Has vast experience in Sweden, Switzerland, Italy, Denmark, UAE, Norway and Finland.

Roy Hodgson coy over England ambitions

West Brom boss Roy Hodgson was tight-lipped on whether he would be interested in replacing Fabio Capello as England manager when quizzed on the topic this afternoon.

<b>8 February 2012</b><br/>
Fabio Capello leaves the Football Association headquarters at Wembley following his decision to resign as England manager.

FA deny Fabio Capello was paid £1.5m in compensation

The Football Association have rejected claims they paid £1.5million in compensation to Fabio Capello following the Italian's resignation as England coach.

<b>Harry Redknapp</b><br/>
The 64-year-old has been favoured since Capello announced his intention to step down after Euro 2012. The Tottenham manager's chances grew after yesterday's verdict of not guilty in his tax evasion trial. Managerial career has been built on his ability to get the best out of his players – something England have struggled with. Led Portsmouth to the 2008 FA Cup and Spurs to the Champions League quarter-finals last year.

How the FA can be a winner with Harry's game

Even a part-time role up to Euro 2012 could set England free, writes Martin Hardy

<b>8 February 2012</b><br/>
Fabio Capello leaves the Football Association headquarters at Wembley following his decision to resign as England manager.

James Lawton: Blame for this awful mess lies squarely at the door of Capello

Unusually for Fabio Capello, a man who owns some highly valued pieces of art but is not given to too many flights of poetic fancy, he once said that he had a dream. It was right at the start of his England reign and it was that he would lead his team into the final of the World Cup in Johannesburg.

<b>EURO 2012</b><br/>
England are once again in turmoil after Capello's decision to resign last night. The Italian felt his position had become untenable after the FA stripped John Terry of the captaincy without consulting him. Terry has been accused of racially abusing QPR's Anton Ferdinand, a charge which he denies, and will stand trial on July 9. The FA elected to act as the Chelsea defender's trial does not start until after the Euro 2012 finals.

Bernstein: this was no £40m mistake by us

David Bernstein, the chairman of the Football Association, accepted yesterday that Fabio Capello's four-year tenure as England manager was expensive but denied it was a mistake.

Fabio Capello leaves his home in central London yesterday

James Lawton: Blame for this awful mess lies squarely with Capello

After an hour cooling off, neither Bernstein nor Capello found a reason to step back

Redknapp is well thought of at White Hart Lane

Martin Hardy: How the FA can win with Harry's game

Even an initial part-time role up to Euro 2012 would work, while England could be set free by Redknapp

Fabio Capello: The highs and lows in charge of England

Fabio Capello walked away from the England job last night, bringing an end to four years that started with such optimism, only for it to prove yet another false dawn.

In November has minor heart surgery to unblock coronary arteries. With Tottenham playing an ever more attractive brand of football, Redknapp is named manager of the month for September and November.

Harry Redknapp has 'not thought about' becoming England manager

Harry Redknapp today said he has "not even thought about" becoming the next England manager.

Fabio Capello resigned as manager of England

Fabio walks away from England job

Incredible drama as England manager resigns over Terry captaincy row – Brooking and Pearce in line to be caretakers

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