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    Claudio Ranieri got off to a winning start as Roma coach with Stephan El Shaarawy and Patrik Schick's first-half goals enough to squeeze past lowly Empoli 2-1 on Monday to keep in touch with the Champions League places.

  • Proud to pass torch to compatriot: Ranieri

    Former Leicester boss Claudio Ranieri says he is proud to pass the Premier League torch to a fellow countryman as Chelsea's Antonio Conte became the fourth Italian to win the title.

  • Ranieri says Leicester's players not behind his sacking

    Claudio Ranieri does not believe Leicester City's players conspired to get him the sack as manager, he said on Monday, reflecting publicly for the first time on his controversial dismissal in February.

  • Vardy got death threats over Ranieri sacking

    Leicester City's Jamie Vardy has said he was subjected to death threats and his wife targeted by aggressive motorists after allegations that he contributed to the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri.

  • ‘Ranieri will find new job immediately’

    Claudio Ranieri will not have to wait long for another job following his sacking by Leicester City, Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said on Tuesday.

  • I'm ready for Leicester job: Shakespeare

    Leicester City caretaker manager Craig Shakespeare said he was ready to take on the role full-time after overseeing an impressive 3-1 win against Liverpool in his first game.

  • Vardy scores twice as Leicester stun Liverpool

    Leicester City returned to form in stunning fashion on Monday as Jamie Vardy scored twice in a 3-1 Premier League defeat of Liverpool that lifted the champions out of the relegation zone.

  • Klopp believes board not players decided Ranieri fate

    The Leicester City squad have found an unlikely ally in Juergen Klopp after the Liverpool manager said that the club's board were likely responsible for Claudio Ranieri's sacking and that the concept of 'player power' was often exaggerated.

  • Vardy denies role in Ranieri sacking

    Leicester City forward Jamie Vardy has denied he was involved in the sacking of manager Claudio Ranieri nine months after the Italian led his team to the Premier League title.

  • Mancini at short odds to become next Leicester manager

    Former Manchester City manager Roberto Mancini is the bookmakers' favourite to replace compatriot Claudio Ranieri as Leicester City manager after the Italian was sacked by the Premier League champions on Thursday.

  • Ranieri sacked again, but now has a golden legacy

    Even by the standards of modern soccer management mayhem, the vertiginous rise and equally stunning fall of Leicester City coach Claudio Ranieri takes the breath away.

  • Leicester complains to FA over crowd behaviour at Millwall

    Leicester City have complained to the Football Association (FA) about "abuse, provocation and intimidation" aimed at their players, staff and fans during Saturday's FA Cup defeat by third-tier Millwall.

  • City braced for Monaco, Leicester face 'fight'

    Manchester City avoided Europe's heavyweights in the Champions League last-16 draw but Pep Guardiola's side must instead beware an in-form Monaco, the leading scorers in Europe's top divisions this season.

  • Leicester gloom deepens as Ranieri's men suffer Cup shock

    If Claudio Ranieri was hoping there might be a player lurking in his reserves to salvage Leicester City's unravelling season he was left disappointed on Saturday as his side were beaten 1-0 by third-tier Millwall in the FA Cup fifth round.

  • ‘I'm leading a united dressing room’

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri said on Tuesday he was not unsettled by speculation about his future as the Premier League champions slip towards the relegation zone.

  • Stunning goals give Leicester extra-time win over Derby

    Leicester City scored two stunning goals in extra time through Wilfred Ndidi and Demarai Gray to reach the FA Cup fifth round with a 3-1 win over second tier Derby County in a replay on Wednesday.

  • Ranieri demands more from Mahrez

    Claudio Ranieri has told Algeria winger Riyad Mahrez he needs to provide more graft and guile as Leicester try to pull away from the relegation fight.

  • Anger the spur for champions Leicester

    Leicester City host Everton on Monday hoping inspired words from the players can transform a season, not just a match.

  • ‘Schmeichel likely to return against Bournemouth’

    Leicester City goalkeeper Kasper Schmeichel is likely to return from a fractured hand in Tuesday's Premier League clash at Bournemouth, manager Claudio Ranieri has said.

  • Ranieri keeps faith with misfiring Vardy

    Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri insists he still has faith in Jamie Vardy despite the England forward's Premier League goal drought stretching to three months.

  • Ranieri gears up for another Leicester 'fairytale'

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri looked forward to "another fairytale" after the 5,000-1 Premier League champions booked their place in the knockout phase of the Champions League.

  • Leicester's Mendy out for five weeks, says Ranieri

    Leicester City midfielder Nampalys Mendy will be out of action for around five weeks after undergoing an surgery on his ankle, manager Claudio Ranieri says.

  • 'Kante, make up your mind'

    Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has called on French midfield enforcer N'Golo Kante to decide quickly on his future as the Premier League champions plan the defence of their title.

  • Ranieri to get one of Italy’s highest honours?

    In the wake of Leicester City’s fairytale run to the English Premier League title, manager Claudio Ranieri is reportedly set to be named Grand Officer of the Italian Order of Merit, one of Italy’s highest honours.

  • Ranieri named best manager

    Leicester City's inspirational manager Claudio Ranieri picks up another piece of silverware after being elected Manager of the Year by England's League Managers Association (LMA).

  • Ranieri comes full circle

    Claudio Ranieri's Premier League story comes full circle on Sunday as he returns in triumph to Chelsea for the final fixture of title-winners Leicester City's momentous and historic season.

  • Ranieri would 'love Italy job'

    Claudio Ranieri admits he would love to coach Italy one day but has committed his immediate future to a Leicester City side that, he believes, could spring a few surprises in next season's Champions League.

  • 'I almost quit coaching'

    New English Premier League champions Leicester City's coach Claudio Ranieri has revealed that a tough start to his career almost led him to quit coaching because of too much politics.

  • Ranieri is 'King of England', says mum

    Claudio Ranieri's triumph with Leicester City in England has more than made amends for his unsuccessful time at Roma, according to the Italian's 96-year-old mother.

  • We're like brothers: Wes Morgan

    Leicester City captain Wes Morgan is over the moon about his side's historic English Premier League triumph and credits the spirit within the team for the fairytale turnaround.

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