Ranieri: “I wouldn’t manage Lazio.”

Former Roma and Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri received the “il Premio Tor Vergata etica nello sport” award in Rome and spoke:

“I want to go back to work, I still feel like a European manager, but I even manage in Italy. I am waiting for a good project: I have to believe in it in order to give 100% otherwise I would not accept it.”

“Managing Lazio? No. I’m at the end of my career. Maybe I would have if I it was at the start of my career but as a fan I am Romanista, I wouldn’t manage Lazio.”

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