The big story in Friday's newspapers is Don Fabio's ruthless crackdown on the Wag circus ahead of the World Cup finals next summer.
The Sun welcomes the news with the headline 'No Sex Please, We're English' as they soberly reflect on what will be a lack of photos of perma-tanned lovelies spilling out of Souh African bars. Not good news for fans of Cheryl Cole, Vicky Beckham, Abi Clancy and their pals.
The Guardian also runs with the same angle, with Capello signalling his lack of enthusiasm for a Baden-Baden-esque drinking and shopping splurge by stating: "It will be one day a week [for players to see Wags], after each game, and that is enough. That's it. We are there to play football, not for a holiday."
Meanwhile, Oliver Kay in the Times reflects on how Capello's iron fist has turned England into possible world-beaters.
The Mirror's Martin Lipton is not afraid to put his neck on the line and has predicted that David Beckham will go to the World Cup, based on some glowing quotes from Capello yesterday. The Italian has also refused to rule out the possibility of Owen Hargreaves making the flight.
George Burley may soon find himself out of work, according to the Daily Record, who report that Scotland will sack their boss next week. Their targets to replace him are believed to include Walter Smith, Gordon Strachan and Craig Levein.
The Sun provides the best transfer line of the morning as they link Manchester United with a move for highly-rated CSKA Moscow goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev. Although the headline 'I'd Never Igor Utd' clearly needs a bit of work.