Claudio Ranieri was victim of football's loss of loyalty after Leicester sacking... but it's nothing new 

It is hard to say exactly when football changed, when some of the romance and loyalty were replaced by hard-headed commercialism. But it wasn't last week, however shocked and saddened I was by Claudio Ranieri's dismissal.
It felt brutal, given the miracle he achieved last season. And it didn't feel right, coming after that late goal against Sevilla gave them hope. Of all people, you would have thought Ranieri had at least earned the right to take them through to the end of the season.
But then I think back to my first manager at Tottenham, Keith Burkinshaw. I was just 18 when he took over... read more

26 February 2017 in Sport, Views: 46
Source: Daily Mail

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