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Oct, 2, 2011

Capello brushes off Anzhi talk

England head coach Fabio Capello has played down reports linking him with the vacant managerial post at Anzhi Makhachkala.

• Carlos: Capello and Hiddink on radar

Russian club Anzhi, who at present have Roberto Carlos in interim charge, are seeking a new manager after the sacking of Gadzhi Gadzhiev, and Capello has been mentioned as a potential target, as well as Guus Hiddink.

Capello, though, remains focused on leading England to Euro 2012 - after which he will step down - with his team on the brink of qualification, needing just a point from their trip to Montenegro on October 7.

The Italian said: "I am really focused on the Montenegro game. No-one has spoken to me from Russia, so I was surprised by everything that I read.

"But I read my name with Inter. I read my name with other teams, now the Russian team. The answer is always the same. I am really focused on my job, to go to the Euros.

"Before we think about the summer, we need to reach to the Euros. I will speak to you about the future after the next game. We need to think about qualification first. The other things are completely out of my mind."

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