Brazil legend feels Capello has it all to do in 2010
November 20, 2009
By Robin Hackett
As you may have read in the news in recent days, Carlos Alberto, captain of the legendary 1970 Brazil team, spent last weekend in the UK. In a hospital in Leeds, to be precise, having surgery on a knee that last went under the knife in 1971, the year after he scored one of the greatest goals of all-time to clinch his country's 4-1 win over Italy in the World Cup final.
He had made the trip to West Yorkshire to visit his grandchildren, who are both studying at Leeds Metropolitan University, ...