Claudio Ranieri is delighted to be the head coach of Watford and his first goal is to help the team survive in the Premier League.
The Italian coach will turn 70 next week. But he hasn’t retired from coaching after taking over from Cisco,
Ranieri says he still breathes football and is happy to be in charge of the Premier League. With the goal of keeping the Hornets alive,
“why not try Watford? I feel good, luckily I feel good. My life feels good when I think about football. Football is my life,” Ranieri said.
“I’m very happy to be in charge of playing in one of the best leagues in the world. I am an ambitious person and I hope to take on Watford saved from relegation this season and improved “
” We have to survive it. It was a very difficult game and I hope it ends up being wonderful for Watford and our fans.”
Muñoz was sacked despite an unattractive start to the season after collecting seven points from seven games and he was also promoted from the club. Championship too
Once again, the Watford boss has been in the position for a short time, but Ranieri is not worried about that.
“In Italy, changing managers is normal. we have to do our best I can’t think about the previous manager.”
“Cisco was my player during Valencia. Now I have to do my best for Watford.”