Reuters - Sat, 12 Jun 23:37:00 2010
"The doctor told me had some problems with his abductor (muscle) -- he will not fit be for next game," Capello said.
And in addition to the enforced change in the back four, the England coach will have plenty of thinking to do about replacing goalkeeper Robert Green before the next match following his headline-grabbing error.
Capello said he will talk to Green before deciding whether to stick with him after he let a simple shot from Clint Dempsey slip through his hands and trickle into the net for an equaliser.
"We have time to decide, we have time to speak with him and after I will decide," said Capello, who claimed he did not regret the decision to go with Green over alternatives David James and Joe Hart.
"He played the last game very well, (against Mexico at) Wembley, his performance was really good.
"He made one mistake but in the second half he made also a good save. That's the problem of the keeper."
Despite the disappointing result and disjointed display from England, Capello said he was pleased with much from the game.
"I think we played a good match, we created a lot of chances to score goals, the team looked to get forward, but I think the result is not OK for us because we played better than USA," he said.
"But that's football you have to accept the result and look forward to the next game."