You know it was coming. With Capello's exit pretty much doubtless at this point, backroom whispers are beginning to surface concerning his replacement. One of those names is, of course, Rafa. He's a former manager of their youth team and b-side and has made it known that coaching Real would be a dream come true. Carra doesn't see it happening, at least not anytime soon, plus, Rafa just bought a very expensive new home in Wirral. I personally hope he stays for ten years or so. Real Madrid can wait, and it would probably better if he went there after someone else does some damage control and rebuild them into the power that they should be year in and year out.