The German has been trusted with returning past glories to Anfield but the cracks are beginning to show before Saturday’s meeting with an Arsenal side whose supporters have long been yearning for managerial change
If Claudio Ranieri’s dream died when he was sacked before the end of the season it has taken less than a week for a nightmare to move into its place. Somewhere in Rome the former Leicester manager has probably been waking up screaming at the indignities he has suffered over the past few days.
Based on results, the boot ought to have been expected, for dreams of longevity are not permissible for teams near the bottom of the Premier League who are scoring no goals and picking up no points. Leicester’s recovery once he had left was not entirely unforeseen either, though from Ranieri’s point of view his former players could have gone about securing their first league win of the year with a little more subtlety.
Source: Football News
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