Fabio Capello resigned as manager of the England national team on Wednesday (02/08/2012). This happens after Capello and the FA discuss the FA's decision to remove the armband from the Chelsea defender John Terry.
FA took off Terry captain's armband on Friday (03/02/2012). The decision was taken because Terry alleged racial harassment Queens Park Rangers defender, Anton Ferdinand, last October.
According to reports in England, Capello angry with the FA as fired Terry without discussing it with him.
"The FA can confirm that Fabio Capello has resigned as manager of the England national team," the FA statement.
"It happened after a meeting attended by FA chairman David Bernstein, FA General Secretary Alex Horne, and Fabio Capello at Wembley Stadium."
"The meeting discussed the FA Council's decision to fire John Terry of England's national team captaincy and Capello response (the decision) in an interview broadcast in Italy."
"In a meeting that lasted more than an hour, Capello's resignation be accepted and he will soon leave the office manager of the England national team," the FA statement.
Meanwhile, Bernstein said, "I want to emphasize that in today's meeting and during his career as England manager, Fabio has been very professional. We have accepted the resignation of Fabio, accept that it was the right decision. We would like to thank Fabio for work in the English national team and wish her luck. "
Associated with a broadcast interview in Italian, then Capello said: "I strongly disagree with the decision to remove the team captaincy from him. As far as I understand it, Terry was the captain of the team. You can not be punished until you are sentenced by the authorities. I talked with FA Chairman (Bernstein) and told him that I think one can not put up the official verdict handed down. "