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    More: Obvious, Manchester United F.C., Premier League, Last Friday, Premier League title, home defeat, manager Claudio Ranieri, Premier League games, managerial change  
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2022-01-24 3:52:45 PM  
Dilly ding

Someone at the door?
 
2022-01-24 7:33:22 PM  
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2022-01-24 7:41:09 PM  
Norwich claims another scalp
 
2022-01-25 12:18:18 AM  
Somewhat ironic in light of the comments he made in his post-match interview at the weekend:

...he told BBC Radio 5 Live: "I'm not worried about the future.
"I'm calm and want to react - me and my players. I have the passion, I want players with the heart and to think about what is Watford for the people of Watford."
Asked if he was confident of turning it around, Ranieri replied: "Yes I'm very confident."
 
2022-01-25 3:33:39 AM  
The owners gave him only 13 games.

Who would want that job now? I guess maybe a student on a gap year, or someone with a couple of months to spare before they go on a cruise.
 
2022-01-25 5:58:52 AM  
Well the answer to 'who would want this job?' Appears to be...

Roy Hodgson,
 
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