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View Poll Results: Were Leicester City right to sack Claudio Ranieri?

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    Were Leicester City right to sack Claudio Ranieri?

    Leicester City have sacked Claudio Ranieri despite their EPL title-winning campaign last season - a justified decision?


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    Think he deserved to at least see out the season. After all, they're still alive in the UCL and remain capable of avoiding EPL relegation.


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    Well what he did last season was amazing and considering that it's Leicester we are talking about, it's a ridiculous decision.

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    Claudio should have been given a job for life and the keys to city for what he achieved last year. Pretty sure most neutrals will be happy to see Leicester go down now.

    Mourinho won the title, got sacked. Ranieri won the title, got sacked. Arsene knows he can't get sacked if he finishes 4th every year, what a legend.

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    2-0 up against Liverpool.

    Seems the right decision



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    And another win today. He clearly lost the dressing room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Mac View Post
    Claudio should have been given a job for life and the keys to city for what he achieved last year. Pretty sure most neutrals will be happy to see Leicester go down now.

    Mourinho won the title, got sacked. Ranieri won the title, got sacked. Arsene knows he can't get sacked if he finishes 4th every year, what a legend.
    4rsenal

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    If it was any other club we would be saying it's not a bad decision. But because of what he achieved last season people think he deserved more time.

    Ideally they should have gave him till the end of the season, but I think something must have been wrong in the dressing room. Look how they have performed after his sacking. I think if there was something wrong in the dressing room, he had to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saj View Post
    2-0 up against Liverpool.

    Seems the right decision
    No coach can make such a quick turn-around. The recent change of results clearly shows the players were deliberately under performing to get rid of Claudio. They weren't even in the relegation zone when he got fired. How do the Foxes expect to get any decent replacement when winning the League on 5000-1 odds isn't enough for job security?

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    Well, it looks like it worked. Leicester have beaten Sevilla in the CL.


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