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THE ITALIAN MOBFabio Capello won his first battle as England boss last night as he gained approval for his full Italian backroom team to join him in London. The next Three Lions chief

stood his ground to have assistant It

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g-term confidante Franco Baldini, goalkeeping coach Franco Tancredi and fitness guru Massimo Neri alongside him when he takes over next month. After drawn-out negotiations, Capello got outline approval to have the men he wanted in his coaching staff - although there is still room for Alan Shearer and Stuart Pearce to provide an English influence. The FA confirmed: The board h

as approved his appointment as manager subject to further contract negotiations. These will continue. But there are no problems and were going through the process for a successful conclusion. Last night it was clear that there was still some concerns at the FA over

the potential 1.5m-a-year cost of Capellos chosen support staff, in addition to the 61-y

ear-olds own 4m annual salary. One FA source said: All four of them will have jobs once the contracts are signed b

ut we also have to make sure we get the best deal for us as well. We dont want to be accused of paying too much to get them on board. But we do not expect any problems in sorting this out. There were suggestions that Premier League chairman Sir David Richards - a leading member of the FA board - was the most resistant to Baldinis appointment as sporting director, despite the urgings of chief executive Brian Barwick to seal the deal with a boss who ticks a

ll the boxes. FABS BACK ROOM BOYS ITALO GALBIATI The 70-year-old former Inter Milan player has been Capellos No.2 si

nce he took up the AC Milan reins in 1991 and is seen as the living extension of the new England boss. Followed Capello throughout his managerial career although he is the man deputed to break the bad news to the players left out of the starting side. FRANCO BALDINI Capellos fixer and part of the brains trust, the former Bologna midfielder earned h

is spurs as Romas sporting director. A combative street-fighter, he turned down the chance to take the po

litical helm at Juventus in favour of following Capello to Real Madrid in 2006. Will be the managers pointman with Premier League bosses. FRANCO TANCREDI Former Roma and Italy goalkeeper who got a first-hand view of Bruce Grobbelaars spaghetti legs antics in the 1984 European Cup Final penalty shoot

-out and was in the Italy squad at the 1986 World Cup. Moved with Capello from Roma to Juventus and Real. Wil

l end Ray Clemences 11 years as England goalkeeping coach. MASSIMO NERI Another Capello ally since his spell at Roma but noted as a hardline fitness coach, cited by the likes of Ruud van Nistelrooy. Will demand highest fitness levels from the England squad, especially in the build-up to the World Cup.