Again, now NOTW writing that England players are talking shit of Capello... and notice how this tabloid reports "facts": with sentences as "one senior player said...", "another player admitted...", "one senior player summed up..." WHO? Why don't they write the names? Tabloid rubbish, they do this to sell newspapers, searching for some scandal. It's all invented, and probably they heard a half-sentence by a player who didn't like something and "News of the world" built a whole story. And when there's something wrong, newspapers shouldn't even say it, making the interest of the team, but England should solve problems inside themselves. And if there are such players blaming Capello, well sack them. Look what they've done, big mistakes as Green's or doing nothing as Rooney, etc., it was them on the pitch. Then we weren't even lucky, with the "ghost goal" issue.
I wonder how people can believe those news, maybe people who have nothing to do. Or house porters.
In Italy the pressure is even much much bigger, but newspapers don't write these lies about the national team.
Tabloids can even ruin lives in some cases, take Michael Jackson's, of course not all tabloids fault, but when there are newspapers telling the false about you, it's not helping...
I think that with these things and pressure, England will never win the World Cup.
To quote an Oasis album: "don't believe the truth" they tell you. The truth lies behind a big lie they tell you...
Paul Weller: WAKE UP the nation.
Una grande quantità di cattivi scrittori vive unicamente della stoltezza del pubblico, che non vuole leggere se non ciò che è stato stampato il giorno stesso: sono i giornalisti. Il nome coglie nel segno! Si dovrebbe dire: "operaio pagato alla giornata".
(Schopenhauer, against journalists, people living on how idiot is the audience)