MOSCOW - Fabio Capello has dismissed speculation that he is about to lose his job as manager of Russia amid a run of poor results for his side. "I don't have any information about that," media quoted Capello as saying. The 68-year-old Capello, reportedly the highest paid coach at this summer's World Cup in Brazil with a salary of around 7 million euros, has been under fire since Russia failed to qualify for the second round. However, the recent performances of the country's squad in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign forced Mutko to vent his disappointment. "The result of this game cannot satisfy us," Mutko said.” The team loses self-confidence while we lose our position in the FIFA rankings. The time has come to solve these problems. And we will revert to these issues soon."