After arguably producing one of the most triumphant and brilliant feats in the whole of world football with Leicester City last season, the mere thought of Claudio Ranieri being forced to part ways with his current employers arrives as something of a ridiculous notion at best.
Whilst the likes of Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are lucky enough to call upon an expensively assembled squad of undoubtedly talented players with every passing season – the current Foxes boss took the likes of Wes Morgan, Robert Huth and the once widely unrecognised Jamie Vardy, and subsequently turned them into surprise Premier League champions in his debut campaign down at the King Power Stadium.
Most Premier League onlookers therefore believe Claudio Ranieri deserves the backing of the Leicester City chairmen right until the very end…
Claudio Ranieri should be given the freedom of Leicester, not the sack. #LCFC
— Harry De Cosemo (@harrydecosemo) 27 December 2016
…even if some out there seemingly feel a little different towards the current Leicester City manager…
We should sack ranieri and get Roy hodgson in before someone else gets him
— Robbi (@robbi_lcfc) 26 December 2016
Although the Foxes have been less than impressive among the English top-flight this term…
Ranieri may get the sack at the end of the season…you don't spend all these amounts and battle relegation
— Bassit (@Bassit_MnB) 29 December 2016
…nothing lasts forever in the world of modern day football…
Ranieri winning the league last year should not make him immune to the sack if we are heading towards relegation.
— Chris (@chrisloaf) 17 December 2016
Perhaps it wouldn’t be all that bad for the widely admired Italian tactician at the end of the day…
Am convinced Ranieri is trying to get the sack….4 year pay out with his feet up on the Italian coast with his reputation secured….
— Jack Holmes (@Jack_Holmes_3) 17 December 2016
…but considering just how well Leicester City have performed among the Champions League this term…
I dreamed last night that Leicester City beat Real Madrid 4-2 in the Champions League final. You heard it from my subconscious first!
— Colm (@PillarGraves) 19 December 2016
…surely Leicester would be somewhat mad to get rid of the man who could seemingly do no wrong this time last year…
Shout out to the woman who said Leicester should sack Ranieri and hire Ian Dowie #FootballGenius
— Owen Michael Griffin (@OwenMGriffin) 26 December 2016