Claudio Ranieri: Proud Man Walking: My Chelsea Diary - £2.81 (Sold by Revival Books, fulfilled by Amazon)
-237°Expired

Claudio Ranieri: Proud Man Walking: My Chelsea Diary - £2.81 (Sold by Revival Books, fulfilled by Amazon)

7
Found 24th Feb
£2.81 - select hardcover - used - choose the one from Revival Books Ltd. Alternatively £2.42 fulfilled by Amazon as an add on item.

"
Betrayed by his club but beloved by the fans, former Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri has been a constant headline-maker in 2004. Occasionally puzzling, often eccentric, but always fascinating and refreshing, the Italian describes the highs and lows of an extraordinary season at Stamford Bridge – and the dramatic end to his English journey.

‘Hello, my sharks. Welcome to the funeral.’
"

Does it sound familiar even in 2017? I think so!

7 Comments

voted hot because of the injustice

Got to feel for him, no loyalty in football.

Dead Man Walking more like
Hope Leicester go down. Never liked them to start with, typical midlands supporters - delighted for Ranieri and the fact a DIFFERENT club won the Prem - like a throwback to the 60s and 70s - but the attitude of their supporters - well, thanks for last year but he had to go.....Newcastle fans got hammered for wanting Pardew and Maclaren to be booted out (we didn't want EITHER manager from the start) - and they'd done NOTHING worthy of persevering with them (quite the opposite) so wheres the condemnation of Leicester fans from the press ?




Edited by: "PhilK" 24th Feb

Saro

voted hot because of the injustice


But the book is about Chelsea, not Leicester- so cold.
If it was about Leicester I would still vote cold as the man achieved something the club will never come close to achieving again. I also hope they get relegated.

crazy decision to sack him. they just didn't get going this season but did well in the second half albeit lucky against a brilliant sevilla side

PhilK

Dead Man Walking more likeHope Leicester go down. Never liked them to … Dead Man Walking more likeHope Leicester go down. Never liked them to start with, typical midlands supporters - delighted for Ranieri and the fact a DIFFERENT club won the Prem - like a throwback to the 60s and 70s - but the attitude of their supporters - well, thanks for last year but he had to go.....Newcastle fans got hammered for wanting Pardew and Maclaren to be booted out (we didn't want EITHER manager from the start) - and they'd done NOTHING worthy of persevering with them (quite the opposite) so wheres the condemnation of Leicester fans from the press ?




Zizzes and multiple triple yawn. It's footie. Who cares?

Magister

Zizzes and multiple triple yawn. It's footie. Who cares?


Everyone but you, apparently
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text