England boss slates Rob Green in controversial Capello Index
Published 12:13 17/07/10 By MirrorFootball
Fabio Capello has finally launched his controversial player rating system the Capello Index - and the results won't make pleasant reading for England's World Cup flops.
The system awards players points in various technical categories to come up with an overall rating out of 100.
Jermain Defoe was judged to have been England's top performer, with a score of 62.47, while blunder keeper Rob Green was the worst, earning a rating of just 51.67.
Capello judged Diego Forlan to be the player of the World Cup, awarding the Uruguayan an average score of 65.77 for the tournament.
The England manager had originally planned to publish his player ratings live throughout the World Cup - until he was convinced by the FA that that might not actually be a very good idea .
The average marks awarded to the England squad were:
Jermain Defoe 62.47
Shaun Wright-Phillips 61.09
Steven Gerrard 60.98
John Terry 60.48
Matthew Upson 60.21
Emile Heskey 60.15
Ashley Cole 59.58
James Milner 59.40
David James 59.28
Jamie Carragher 59.04
Wayne Rooney 58.87
Frank Lampard 58.58
Aaron Lennon 57.64
Gareth Barry 57.50
Ledley King 57.50
Glen Johnson 57.18
Joe Cole 55.45
Robert Green 51.67
Peter Crouch did not play enough minutes to generate a mark. Matt Dawson, Joe Hart, Stephen Warnock, Michael Carrick did not play.