LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER

LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER

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LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER

– Leicester City 3 Wins from winning Premier League

– Claudio Ranieri Eyes Lifting Premier League with the Foxes

 

LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER
Claudio Ranieri

LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER

Claudio Ranieri’s side have won five successive Premier League games. Having won the last five Premier League matches, Claudio Ranieri does not believe his boys already had their hands on the title.

According to the Italian, if it were one of the Manchester clubs were in Leicester City’s position, people would believe the title race has been determined. The Foxes are  currently seven points clear in the Premier League with five games remaining.

He has also played down the excitement of being on top of the log. The utmost focus of the coach is to keep the Foxes in remembrance for “30 or 40 years”.

“We don’t achieve anything yet,” said the 64-year-old Italian.

LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER

Football is very strange. If you weren’t here in Leicester but somewhere else, maybe City or United, with seven points more, you would say ‘it is finished’.

“At this moment you don’t think this. Why? Because we are Leicester. We have to fight and we have to be focused and strong.”

“I love the Champions League music”

A 2-0 win at Sunderland on Sunday secured Leicester a top-four finish and, barring a permutation that includes Manchester City and Liverpool both winning European trophies, at least a place in the Champions League qualifying play-offs.

The Italian also admits to being a fan of the Champions League anthem and wants the Foxes to earn a group-stage spot.

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“It is two matches and two matches is not the Champions League – I want to play six,” he added.

“I don’t think there is the music,” he said. “I love the music.

“I think it will be a fantastic achievement. From the dream arrives the reality, but wait first.”

Also, Ranieri was full of praise on the recent listing of three of his players-Jamie Vardy, Riyad Mahrez and N’Golo Kante in the last six of the PFA Player of the Year award shortlist.

“I am very proud because they deserve it,” said Ranieri.

“They are doing a fantastic performance in every match and I hope one of them can win.

“They are three sons for me. If one son wins I am very happy.”

LEICESTER CITY BOSS SAYS PREMIER LEAGUE TITLE RACE NOT OVER