In today’s Fiver: Claudio Ranieri, a Mexican stand-off and the Dele fail
Winning is for losers. That’s why The Fiver follows the Mr Roy survival plan for getting along in today’s dog-eat-dog world. Keep expectations at a minimum, avoid pressure at all costs, embrace mediocrity. Let it wash over you. Easy does it. No one will expect anything from you if you don’t give them a reason to. You wouldn’t catch Mr Roy doing anything as silly as actually winning the Premier League with Leicester, would you? In fact, he wouldn’t dream of doing it anywhere. You only need to look at history to see how dangerous it is to win a trophy. Like Carlo Ancelotti, Roberto Mancini and José Mourinho before him, Claudio Ranieri is merely the latest manager to win the Premier League and receive his P45 less than a year later. Even Manchester United spied a chance to get rid of Lord Ferg when they found out David Moyes was available in 2013 (it’ll all come out one day).
Source: Football News
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