Claudio Ranieri looks like the world's nicest man, but behind the round glasses hiding a glowing temperament.
The sympathetic Italian coach can also be acidic, and it was he Saturday at Craven Cottage in London despite the fact that his Fulham-crew won bundgyseren against Huddersfield.
the Cause was a penalty kick, which is intended to prevent collisions Aboubakar Kamara went against the Present will of god. The French striker snatched after a discussion with Aleksandar Mitrovic the ball, put it on the stain and burned Danish Jonas Lössl.
- the Man who will kick the penalty kick, Mitrovic. Kamara did not respect me, the club, teammates, audiences, no. I spoke with him, it is not right to do.
- It is inconceivable what he has done. I had the urge to kill him, said Claudio Ranieri, according to BBC Sport after the 1-0 victory.
Claudio Ranier was furious that Kamara stole a penalty kick in the bundgyseren against Huddersfield. Photo: Owen Humphreys/AP
Kamara abused his ’stolen’ penalty kick in the 82. minutes, but were rescued in injury time by Mitrovic, who got passed Lössl. It got the anger to disappear at stamford bridge against chelsea normal penalty kicker.
- We had a small discussion. I believe that the penalty kick is my job, but it is believed he is not, and I respect that.
- I have done the same thing in the past, said the Serbian skarpretter, if the goal sent Fulham a bit closer to the rescue, while the situation is critical for Huddersfield in the Premier League last.
the 67-year-old Claudio Ranieri, who led Leicester to a sensational championship in 2016, has been at Fulham since the end of november, when he replaced the fired Slavisa Jokanovic.
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