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MAKING A LIST: England coaching history
December 14th, 2007 7AM

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England has hired Fabio Capello to replace Steve McClaren as national team coach. The Italian aims to become the second England manager to win a major title. For a history of England's national team coaches in the last half century ...

Walter Winterbottom 1946-62 World Cups: 1950 first round; 1954 quarterfinals; 1958 first round; 1962 quarterfinals.
Alf Ramsey 1963-74 World Cups: 1966 champion; 1970 quarterfinals; 1974 did not qualify
Joe Mercer 1974
Don Revie 1974-77 World Cup: 1978 did not qualify.
Ron Greenwood 1977-82 World Cup: 1982 second round.
Bobby Robson 1982-90 World Cups: 1986 quarterfinals; 1990 fourth place.
Graham Taylor 1990-93 World Cup: 1994 did not qualify.
Terry Venables 1994-96
Glenn Hoddle 1996-99 World Cup: 1998 second round.
Howard Wilkinson 1999
Kevin Keegan 1999-2000
Peter Taylor 2000
Sven-Goran Eriksson 2001-2006 World Cups: 2002 quarterfinals; 2006 quarterfinals.
Steve McClaren 2006-07.
Fabio Capello 2007-

Note: England's best European Championship performances were semifinal appearances under Alf Ramsey in 1968 and Terry Venables in 1996.



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