Steve McClaren could manage England again - Brooking
McClaren's Wolfsburg side have had a mixed start to the season
Steve McClaren could manage the England national team again, according to the Football Association's director of football development Trevor Brooking.
McClaren was in charge of England for 17 months before being sacked after failing to qualify for Euro 2008.
But, he has since led FC Twente to the Dutch title and now manages Wolfsburg.
"Could Steve do the England job again? I am sure if he continues to be a success his name will be in the frame again," said Brooking.
"If you think he will be a lot more experienced this time around and he has learnt his lesson, then why not?
"I wouldn't rule out anyone. I think it would be very unfair to do that."
Current England manager Fabio Capello has said he will quit the role after Euro 2012 if the national team qualify for the tournament.
And a host of managers including Spurs boss Harry Redknapp, Blackburn's Sam Allardyce, Sunderland's Steve Bruce, Roy Hodgson at Liverpool and Martin O'Neill have been linked with succeeding the Italian.
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