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Kenny Sansom has called for Terry Venables to return as England boss as Chris Kamara brands Fabio Capello's position "untenable".
Kamara has been in South Africa throughout the World Cup, paying special attention to England games and has been left aghast at the dismal performances the Three Lions have served up.
Capello and his players landed at Heathrow this morning but were whisked away without offering any further opinion on Sunday's shattering 4-1 defeat by Germany in Bloemfontein that consigned them to an early flight home.
After a meeting with Club England chairman Sir David Richards yesterday, Capello must now wait two weeks before he finds out whether he will be allowed to see out his recently revised £6 million-a-year contract, that runs to Euro 2012.
Kamara feels the Italian has no chance and should go now. "His position becomes untenable," he said.
"That is the worst performance at a tournament I have ever seen from an England team. That performance was shocking. The tactics were poor. The decisions he made were poor. He never got any cohesion around the squad. He failed basically."