Ranieri resigns from Roma

Roma are in chaos as manager Claudio Ranieri has resigned from his position following the Giallorossi’s fourth consecutive loss in all competitions this afternoon at the hands of Genoa.
There was speculation that Ranieri had quit after Roma announced a press black-out after the game, and the ex-Juventus boss confirmed to reporters that he had left his position in an effort to revive the team.
“I have always thought about the best for Roma and after a game like today, it is fair to try and shake the team up. At the final whistle, I went into the locker room thanked the team and decided to resign.”
Ranieri saw his team go 3-0 up early in the second half but then the Giallorossi completely capsized and allowed the Grifoni to complete an unlikely comeback and win 4-3.
“Every minute of my day is for Roma, and losing here hurts a lot more. My team entered the field with the desire to fight and win and as always they did it to very end, seeing them lose was heartbreaking.
“I thank all the fans and Dr. Sensi despite the difficulties, we did a great job last year and this year. I think it is fair to give a signal for the love of these colors and I hope that my decision is helpful to encourage the team.”

Sources in Italy suggest that former player Vincenzo Montella who is currently managing the Primavera team could succeed Ranieri till the end of the season before a more permanent solution is found.
Another ex-Romanista in Carlo Ancelotti is also likely to be in consideration as he has endured a nightmare spell with Chelsea recently which saw the Blues crash out of the FA Cup against Everton this week.

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