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LEICESTER---Claudio Ranieri is still
struggling to comprehend how he
managed to transform Leicester from
5,000-1 outsiders to Premier League
"You have to leave a little more (time)
and taste slowly, slowly like a good
wine. Savour it," Ranieri said. "Maybe
now is too early to think what we have
done. Maybe in one or two years it
could be better to understand."
But for a half hour Tuesday, the genial
manager did set out in detail the blue-
print behind this improbable path to
Highlighting the team ethic, there is
little self-aggrandizement from the 64-
year-old Italian who has broken up the
established order of English football.
This is the methodology.
The first obstacle at Leicester was
winning over the doubters after his
surprise hiring in July.
"Claudio Ranieri? Really?" tweeted
former Leicester striker Gary Lineker.
Leicester had only just survived a
scrape with relegation and yet gambled
by replacing the fired Nigel Pearson
with a manager who was humiliatingly
dismissed from his previous job with
Greece after losing to the Faeroe Islands.
"What can you do when you train
three days before a match?" Ranieri
recalled of his ill-fated, short spell as
a national team coach. "I have to get
into the brain of the players slowly to
understand, to bring them the same
philosophy and go together."
At Leicester he would have time to
achieve just that in his second stint in
the Premier League. Ranieri lost his job
at Chelsea after failing to deliver the
Premier League title 12 years earlier,
but just avoiding relegation was the
On a pre-season trip to Austria,
Ranieri gained the first lengthy insight
into a team that won six out of its last
eight games under Pearson to stay in
the Premier League.
"I said to them...It is difficult to
understand 25 people. It is important
you understand only me. If we link very
well we can do something good, "
Still, there were concerns about
Ranieri s plans, including fears there
would be two training sessions a day.
"Don t worry, I want to continue
with your style and I will add my
knowledge," Ranieri recalled telling the
squad. "Then I will change slowly with
Ranieri decided in pre-season that
a 4-4-2 formation best suited the team
better than Pearson s 3-4-1-2.
"Because a lot of teams play with 4-
3-3 if you play three at the back you
end up with three against one and I
don t like that so much," Ranieri said.
While having the poor possession
statistics, the speed of Leicester on the
break has unsettled opponents.
"I watched (winger Riyad) Mahrez
during last season and every time he
made a difference he was on the right
side and he cut inside," Ranieri said.
"Then I knew very well (Marc)
Albrighton could make a lot of crosses
on the right but I had to choose between
him and Albrighton. Then I changed
and I put Albrighton on the left and
Riyad Mahrez on the right so they can
Speed on the counterattack was
another asset, he said.
"So I told them we are like the RAF
(Royal Air Force). We are so fast and
they believed in this...when we were
losing 2-0, (drawing) 2-2...man that
generates a lot of enthusiasm and con-
fidence (to win) and everything started
to go better and better and better."
The importance of a unified club was
highlighted last year when Chelsea
blamed "palpable discord with the play-
ers" when Jose Mourinho was fired.
Ranieri lauds the "humility" in the
Leicester dressing room that saw hard-
working, previously unheralded players
lead the title charge.
"They help each other in the bad
moments---they play with the heart
and soul, they play as 11," Ranieri said.
In public, Ranieri only spoke about
the possibility of winning the title in
the final weeks. Initially the target was
40 points and, once survival was easily
guaranteed, Ranieri would rebuff title
talk by just prioritising European qual-
Now Ranieri discloses that after the
leaders won 3-1 at Manchester City in
February the team realised collecting
the title was feasible, even as critics
expected them to collapse.
"My players believed in something.
LONDON---The English Football
Association wants Tottenham mid-
fielder Mousa Dembele banned for
more than three matches for an appar-
ent eye-gouge on Chelsea striker Diego
The FA retrospectively charged Dem-
bele with violent conduct yesterday
after the incident was missed by the
match officials in Monday s 2-2 draw
at Stamford Bridge.
The FA says "the standard punish-
ment of three matches that would oth-
erwise apply is clearly insufficient."
Dembele has until today to respond
to the charge.
Both Tottenham and Chelsea have
also been charged with three breaches
of FA regulations for "failing to control
their players and/or officials."
The teams have until Monday to
The draw ended second-place Tot-
tenham s title challenge.
FA seeks eye-gouging
ban for Dembele
Claudio's blueprint for victory
Maybe we can win, maybe we can fight
until the end," he said. "Because I never,
never spoke about this (publicly) I said,
OK, clean everything, next match.
Start again. "
Composed on the touchline
Ranieri tried to remain calm to avoid
unsettling his team on the field.
"I know if I get crazy I transmit the
nerves," Ranieri said. "Inside me there
are two persons. One is a very aggres-
sive, I want to win...I am never sat-
"Another says Claudio, how many
managers are there in the world? Too
many. Not everyone can be Sir Alex
Ferguson, (Fabio) Capello, (Carlo)
Ancelotti---you are doing a very good
This is the first time Ranieri has won
a top-flight title.
"I came from non-league, from ama-
teur football, and when I arrived at
Cagliari, in the third division, and we
got to Serie A, that was my first fairy-
tale," Ranieri said.
Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri, left, reacts along side Leicester's
Shinji Okazaki, centre, and Wes Morgan at the end of the game
during the English Premier League soccer match between Leicester
City and Swansea City at the King Power Stadium in Leicester,
England. AP PHOTO
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