Ranieri didn’t get along with Pizarro and Borriello

Ex-Roma coach Claudio Ranieri has launched a scathing attack on David Pizarro and Marco Borriello, claiming that he didn’t have a relationship with his former players.
Ranieri was sacked last week after a poor season at the helm of the capital club, and has wasted no time in criticising some of the players who played under him.
He told L’Espresso: “Pizarro never looked me in the eye and Borriello always wanted to play. It wasn’t as if he was a starter at Milan. I know that I was alone at the club.”
However, Ranieri spoke highly of Francesco Totti. His relationship with the Roma captain was always reported to be strained but he has now insisted this was not the case.
He continued: “Totti is a champion who has the ability to change a match in a moment. I have never fought with him. Francesco is the symbol of the club and in the dressing rooms, is more alone than many people think.”
Nicolas Burdisso was another player that Ranieri reserved special praise for: “Burdisso never hides, and always looks you in the eye.” The Argentine defender was requested on loan last season, and after a long-winded transfer signed last summer with the Giallorossi.
Ranieri concluded by claiming his time in charge of his hometown club was a positive experience: “I have no regrets, leaving with one-and-a half years worth of good memories.
“I have always been an honest person with the club. I have put the club’s needs ahead of mine, seeking to be as honest and open with everyone.”

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