England coach Fabio Capello has vowed to boo 'God Save the Queen' at all future football Internationals after captain John Terry revealed the Welsh fans doing so before their Euro 2012 qualifier had instilled the motivation to win their manager repeatedly fails to.
The Italian misanthrope is set to start implementing the unusual tactical strategy from the touchline during the national anthems for this Tuesday's friendly with Ghana suggesting he may continue the Anglo-Saxon bashing during the game should the situation demand it.
He told reporters, 'Hearing from Terry how the booing of the Wales fans had affected the players was a very big moment for me.'
'I had tried many ways before to press upon them individually how little respect I had for their footballing ability both through my desultory actions and bizarre team selections.'
'But it seems now I should have been much more direct, communal even, with how I expressed my complete and utter contempt for everything they and their nation stood for.'
'In future, I will be much more vociferous with my out and out lack of respect for the particulars of English sporting culture and the moronic expectations that give wind to the sails of its endless failures.'
Capello went on to outline the ways in which he hoped he could replicate the same kind of defiant performance on a more regular basis.
'On the touchline this Tuesday you can expect to hear me cursing and gesticulating like a crack addled pirate during the anthem whilst throughout the game urinating on many of the Queens Heads the FA pay me for looking like a bigger prat than Ed Milliband speaking at the 'Stop the Cuts' rally.'
'It should be quite a performance from the boys.'