South Africa, June 20 (Reuters) – England’s misfiring World Cup squad is to hold a no-holds-barred crisis meeting with manager Fabio Capello on Monday evening, defender John Terry told reporters.
Terry said he expected the entire squad and Capello to review the team’s miserable performance in their uninspired 0-0 draw with Algeria on Friday evening.
“We are going to look at the whole 93 minutes and see where we went wrong,” said Terry. “And that means pretty much the whole lot of it.
“It is going to be a chance for everyone to get it off their chest and if that means a few players get upset then that is the way it is. We need to win the next game and we have to say ‘Sod it, let’s sort it out and show everyone what we can do’.”
England have just two points from their two Group C matches, having drawn their opener against the United States 1-1. They play table-topping Slovenia on Wednesday.
(Editing by Ossian Shine)