London: Former skipper and star England player, John Terry, has said that coach Fabio Capello’s tactics will be the difference for the team during their 2010 World Cup campaign.
“He’s been great, his experience has shown. He’s made some changes late in games to alter tactics, our formation or shape and the way we play.
“We have that variety now where we can chop and change in mid-game as well as having his input at half-time and on the training field,” The Sun quoted Terry, as saying.
“He’s really impressed myself and the others with training techniques and his ideas and it’s all been good since he’s been here. So, of course, he can be the difference in tight moments,” he said.
“I don’t think anyone has come right out and said, ‘We’re going to win the World Cup’. But we have a good chance. We have a good game plan.
“Maybe where we’ve gone wrong in the past is players coming out and saying we can do this, we can do that. This time it’s down to us to show it as the tournament progresses,” Terry added.