Football fans were hit with news last Thursday about the sacking of Claudio Ranieri from Leicester, just nine months after winning the PL trophy, a feat that will probably go down as the most memorable achievement in the clubs history.
This news didn’t go down really well for a lot of football fans with a lot branding the club as ungrateful for sacking the thinkerman. I think the board had the most difficult decision to make – whether to stick with the coach who brought them unprecedented success and risk being relegated or change him and fight.
I think choosing the latter was a difficult decision but may turn out to be a good decision, for some few months now I think Mr. Ranieri has been faced with a similar problem Jose Mourinho faced last season at Chelsea his players seem less motivated and uninterested going into matchdays, and with how things were going it was only going to get worse.
It was easier to sack one man than to sack 18 players so he was sacrificed, I believe the timing could have been better though, and not immediately after a night they had quite a good score line in the Uefa champions league.