Monday, February 20, 2012

Lost to Marseille, Ranieri would Fired

MILAN - Inter Milan coach, Claudio Ranieri, is rumored to be ousted from the coaching chair when he again failed to achieve victory. The news is sticking due to the downturn experienced by Inter in the last few games.

As reported by Mediaset, Tuesday (02/21/2012), Ranieri will be sacked by the club when the Nerazzurri back defeats in his last fight. The game is a game against Olympique Marseille in the first leg Champions League round of 16 at the Stade Velodrome on Thursday (23/2) pm dawn ahead.

Reportedly, Inter Milan president Massimo Moratti, is reluctant to talk with Ranieri after the match against Bologna. That is, because quite embarrassing defeat to Inter from Bologna in Serie A continued last week.

That is, he did so he felt no emotion spilled directly to the allenatore. However, the number two at Inter, Marco Branca, instead of holding talks with Ranieri after the game.

When Branca was reportedly in talks with agents of Ranieri, Beppe Bozzo. The contents of the conversation itself is the information that the two states when Inter lost to Marseille this week, then the client will immediately be fired.

In fact, if the official Inter sacked Ranieri. The club has prepared Beppe Baresi as his successor and Luis Figo will help him.


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