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Bilic maintains Foxes made a bad decision

bilicSlaven Bilic has confirmed that be believes the decision by Leicester City to sack Claudio Ranieri remains a bad one.

The Hammers manager made his comments as the Irons head for the weekend clash against the Foxes saying: “I said after they changed manager what I thought about it and still I don’t understand it.

“But if you talk about results and performances they got what they wanted.

“Still for me it was a bad decision, Claudio did very decently with them. But it’s the nature of the job, you are the first one to pay the price.

“No one can say it was the wrong decision, the three results have been brilliant and the team looks different.

“It’s a different team to four weeks ago. They played extremely well especially against Sevilla. It’s a great result for them and for English football.

“In all those three games they looked very lively, three wins on the spin including qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Champions League gives them a big boost.”


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One comment on “Bilic maintains Foxes made a bad decision

  1. Yes he is defending Ranieri.Though it seems some of our fans are illiterate when trying to get to grips with this article elsewhere pmsl

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