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Ranieri out

Discussion in 'Leicester City' started by Micky, Nov 26, 2016.

  1. Miles Away

    Miles Away Well-Known Member

    It's Alex, isn't it?
     
  2. alex

    alex Well-Known Member

    I love you
     
  3. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    After last season, Claudio has earnt his right to never getting sacked from this football club. He could take us into League Two and I still wouldn't want to see us sacked.

    If we'd have had say a 10th place last season, and had just spent millions and millions and ended up serving up the utter shite we've seen for the last few weeks, he'd be out on his ear on Monday.
     
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  4. Graz

    Graz Well-Known Member

    This thread title alone makes me feel sick and an intense hatred of people.
     
  5. give_us_a_wave

    give_us_a_wave Active Member

    What happens if he leaves & the players who have underperformed ever since serving up that slice of shit pie at Hull on opening day continue to do so? Then what? It's pretty clear to me that the players are mostly to blame...along with the owners for the ludicrous pre-season junket. Claudio has been left on firefighting duty. & in our current position who the actual **** would be his replacement? I'd love to see the list of available candidates. Maybe if that was released people would shut the **** up about it.
     
  6. Billyjof

    Billyjof Well-Known Member

    Daft thread tittle but not shocked murmurs of discontent

    Long live King Claudio.

    Just please sort a few things out. Apart from a good 45mins against a poor Bruges team, we have certainly been off the boil of late.

    There are many reasons for this beyond Claudio's control but he is paid the big bucks to redress the situation.

    Those that seriously are posing the question "Should we look to change manger" should be made to sit down and watch the below video on repeat:

     
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  7. Matt_B

    Matt_B Moderator

    The ridiculous pre-season junket was out of the owners control from what I've been told. By winning the league there is apparently an obligation to take part in the shitty champions cup of whatever it was.
     
  8. Motown Fox

    Motown Fox Well-Known Member

  9. Brown Nose

    Brown Nose Well-Known Member

    Whilst I find any talk about Ranieri's position being questioned absurd, this sort of statement is even more ridiculous.

    Football is cyclical and just about every player, manager and owner will go from hero to zero at some point. There is nothing personal about this, it's just the way of the game.

    I've no doubt that the time will come when letting Ranieri go will be the right thing to do. However, I respect the man and his values enough to believe that he will make that decision himself, well before a substantial number of fans do.
     
  10. Jeff

    Jeff Administrator Staff Member

    You've been told a load of crap. It's a friendly tournament we were invited to take part in. We could have said no. It was probably thought to be a good idea to take part because it would give the players a chance to experience playing foreign teams, and the travelling that goes with it.
     
  11. FIF

    FIF Well-Known Member

    Let's not pretend that the pre-season matches mess is having any effect on our play now.
     
  12. Mike - True Blue Tinter

    Mike - True Blue Tinter Well-Known Member

    "I need a bigger bell", "We need to get back to basics".
    Typical PR, non-extreme responses from Ranieri whether performances are good or bad.
    I am sure at the training ground Ranieri is leaving the players in no doubt that that their performances are not acceptable and I am sure he is trying out various combinations of forward line/midfield to offer greater protection to defence, as well as a different attacking approach that does not rely on the midfield lumping the ball into a space that does not exist for Vardy to not bother chasing!
     
  13. Redditch Fox

    Redditch Fox Well-Known Member

    Ranieri is a class act. Much better than a few nutters who call themselves supporters remotely deserve.

    But there are difficult times ahead including the January transfer window and the ACofN which could take out some of our best players for up to 6 weeks.

    I guess we may have to get used to this sort of nonsense about the manager while some of our own try to establish their status as football's most fickle supporters...ever.
     
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  14. Orifice

    Orifice Well-Known Member

    All of this season is making what happened last season seem even more crazy.
     
  15. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Active Member

    True I still think we will achieve 10th and above just need a fit Matty James and some January cover
     
  16. Durham Fox

    Durham Fox El Dude Brother.

    Are we really pinning our hopes on a player with no first team action for 18 months?
     
  17. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Active Member

    No not at all however he is better than the current two playing right now even at 90% fitness he adds more cover we need to pick up points prior to the transfer window
     
  18. City Fan

    City Fan Well-Known Member

    You haven't seen him play for 18 months. How can you possibly say he's better than the two playing now?

    Do you think he suddenly becomes the player he was before, after not playing for 18 months?
     
  19. Mawsley

    Mawsley Well-Known Member

    I'm still the player I used to be and I haven't played for a decade.
     
  20. big_mac4824

    big_mac4824 Active Member

    In short yes
     

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