Monday, October 3, 2022

Antonio Conte greatly disappointed over Claudio’s dismissal by Leicester City


Claudio Ranieri’s unfavourable dismissal by the Leicester City on Thursday has erupted discourse all over. Many football figures and fans in large numbers have voiced their disapproval of this imposition and support for the Italian manager.

Chelsea’s Antonio Conte has also opened up against this degree of unfairness done to the veteran Ranieri, whom he reveres for his hard work and dedication.

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“My reaction? I’m very sad but this is our job. I’m disappointed for him because first, he’s a friend, he’s a really good man and a really good manager.

“I don’t like to follow these type of stories because I think it’s not right. It’s a lack of respect for Claudio.

The Chelsea manager disparages the Foxes players for not following their boss, who by his industrious and successful efforts, guided them to the Premier League trophy for the first time in 133 years since its inception.

“The players don’t decide if a manager must get sacked or not.

“If this happens, it means the club is poor and without power. I don’t believe in this or trust in this. “QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ-750x421

“I was surprised because, after the game, the second leg is open. It was a good result for Leicester. For Leicester, it was a great achievement.

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“Only one season ago he won the title with the club and the players. He reached a dream to win the title.”

The 65-year old had not passed even nine months with the English club after leading it to the Premier League victory that he was disposed of the service.

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Conte goes on his note of dismay, “I don’t want to listen to this type of story– it’s frustrating for managers to imagine that the players can decide your destiny and future.

Claudio Raniere with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season
Claudio Ranieri with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season
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In addition to Conte, Man United’s Jose Mourinho has also beckoned to back Ranieri.

 

 

 


Claudio Ranieri’s unfavourable dismissal by the Leicester City on Thursday has erupted discourse all over. Many football figures and fans in large numbers have voiced their disapproval of this imposition and support for the Italian manager.

Chelsea’s Antonio Conte has also opened up against this degree of unfairness done to the veteran Ranieri, whom he reveres for his hard work and dedication.

484824931-750x476

“My reaction? I’m very sad but this is our job. I’m disappointed for him because first, he’s a friend, he’s a really good man and a really good manager.

“I don’t like to follow these type of stories because I think it’s not right. It’s a lack of respect for Claudio.

The Chelsea manager disparages the Foxes players for not following their boss, who by his industrious and successful efforts, guided them to the Premier League trophy for the first time in 133 years since its inception.

“The players don’t decide if a manager must get sacked or not.

“If this happens, it means the club is poor and without power. I don’t believe in this or trust in this. “QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ-750x421

“I was surprised because, after the game, the second leg is open. It was a good result for Leicester. For Leicester, it was a great achievement.

“Only one season ago he won the title with the club and the players. He reached a dream to win the title.”

The 65-year old had not passed even nine months with the English club after leading it to the Premier League victory that he was disposed of the service.

Conte goes on his note of dismay, “I don’t want to listen to this type of story– it’s frustrating for managers to imagine that the players can decide your destiny and future.

Claudio Raniere with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season
Claudio Ranieri with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season

 

In addition to Conte, Man United’s Jose Mourinho has also beckoned to back Ranieri.

 

 

 


Claudio Ranieri’s unfavourable dismissal by the Leicester City on Thursday has erupted discourse all over. Many football figures and fans in large numbers have voiced their disapproval of this imposition and support for the Italian manager.

Chelsea’s Antonio Conte has also opened up against this degree of unfairness done to the veteran Ranieri, whom he reveres for his hard work and dedication.

484824931-750x476

“My reaction? I’m very sad but this is our job. I’m disappointed for him because first, he’s a friend, he’s a really good man and a really good manager.

“I don’t like to follow these type of stories because I think it’s not right. It’s a lack of respect for Claudio.

The Chelsea manager disparages the Foxes players for not following their boss, who by his industrious and successful efforts, guided them to the Premier League trophy for the first time in 133 years since its inception.

“The players don’t decide if a manager must get sacked or not.

“If this happens, it means the club is poor and without power. I don’t believe in this or trust in this. “QCdjB5HwFOTaWQ8X4xMDoxOjBzMTt2bJ-750x421

“I was surprised because, after the game, the second leg is open. It was a good result for Leicester. For Leicester, it was a great achievement.

“Only one season ago he won the title with the club and the players. He reached a dream to win the title.”

The 65-year old had not passed even nine months with the English club after leading it to the Premier League victory that he was disposed of the service.

Conte goes on his note of dismay, “I don’t want to listen to this type of story– it’s frustrating for managers to imagine that the players can decide your destiny and future.

Claudio Raniere with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season
Claudio Ranieri with Leicester City players after victory in Premier League in 2015-16 season

 

In addition to Conte, Man United’s Jose Mourinho has also beckoned to back Ranieri.

 

 

 

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