Chelsea has sacked many managers during the Roman Abramovich era. They have sacked a total of 14 football managers since Abramovich bought the club in 2003. Photo Credit: Facebook List of managers that have been sacked by Chelsea since Abramovich bought the club. 1. Claudio Ranieri — 2004
Claudio Ranieri secured his first Premier League win with Watford as the Hornets came from behind to defeat Everton. The game ended 5-2 with Joshua King scoring a hat-trick. Nigerian international Emmanuel Dennis, was one of the catalysts for the victory. The 25-year old came off the bench in the 64th minute with Watford losing 2-1.
Roman Abramovich bought Chelsea Football Club in 2003. He has quickly transformed Chelsea into one of the most famous football clubs in the entire world. Chelsea have won two UEFA Champions League titles since Roman Abramovich took over. However, the Russian billionaire has sacked many managers at Stamford Bridge.
Match week 8 of the 2021/22 English Premier League season produced some entertaining results that included huge scorelines, incredible comebacks and heart stopping narrow victories. Liverpool welcomed Claudio Ranieri to Watford with a 5-0 thrashing; Wolves came from two goals down to beat Aston Villa in the Midlands derby; Leicester City stunned Manchester United by 4 goals to 2; Chelsea escaped from Brentford with a narrow victory; while Tottenham spoiled Newcastle's takeover party with a 3-2 victory.
It is no longer new news that Newcastle United have finally parted way with head coach Steve Bruce. Following the club's take over by the PIF, and a series of bad performances, the sacking of Bruce was imminent and does not come as a surprise to many.
Cruel fate played a fast one on Super Eagles of Nigeria star , Alex Iwobi in Everton's scandalous loss to Watford in a week nine game of the English Premier league. Everton were cruising to victory with a 2-1 scoreline in the 77th minute. Then, it happened.
Since Roman Abramovich took over Chelsea in 2003, there has been a management carousel at Stamford Bridge, but it doesn't mean there have been a lot of failures. Chelsea have had ten permanent managers in that time, as well as a number of interim and caretaker managers in between, but the continual change isn't because they haven't been successful.
Watford appointed Claudio Reinieri as their new manager, he managed his first game as a Watford manager this afternoon, he it started with a defeat as Liverpool welcome him back to the Premier League. Claudio Ranieri is a world class manager who has won the premier league trophy before, he has taken some good decisions as a manager, but he might be wrong after he gave the captain armband to Moussa Sissoko.
Claudio Ranieri prepares for a baptism of fire in his first game back in the Premier League, with his Watford welcoming a rampant Liverpool to Vicarage Road on Saturday lunchtime. The Hornets lost 1-0 to Leeds United during Xisco's last game in charge, while Jurgen Klopp's men played out a thrilling 2-2 draw with Manchester City.
Former Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri, was a fulfilled man after he grabbed his first win as a Watford coach, following a horrible defeat in his first game against Liverpool last weekend (Goals from Sadio Mane, Roberto Firmino and Mohamed Salah gave Ranieri his first home defeat on his EPL return debut).
Liverpool made Claudio Ranieri’s Premier League return one to forget as they battered Watford 5-0 with Roberto Firmino grabbing a hat-trick. There was to be no new manager bounce factor for Watford with Sadio Mane scoring after just eight minutes, setting the tone for a completely dominant Liverpool performance and netting his 100th Premier League goal in the process.
Liverpool grabbed all three points against Watford in today's match to go above Chelsea to seat at the top of the league table for the while though. Here's the only reason why Liverpool won Watford in today's match. Jurgen Klopp's Brilliant Tactics Liverpool gave Watford absolutely no chance today, they barely got a shot at Caoimhin Kelleher.
The possibility of Liverpool losing to the Hornets at noon is unrealistic. The Reds who are currently in the hot form will want to get on top of the table after their draw against City. Irrespective of the high standard of Jurgen Klopp's side, underestimating Watford would be at their peril.
Matches went down in the Premier League today, as the Matchday nine fixtures continued. Chelsea had the biggest win of the season, Manchester City kept their fine form going, Claudio Ranieri with his first win at Watford, Patrick Vieira side dropping points once again from winning position.
Josh King scored the winning goal in a 5-2 hammering of Everton in the Premier League on Saturday, giving Claudio Ranieri his first win as Watford manager. Watford recovered from a 5-0 loss to Liverpool in Ranieri's debut game in charge last Saturday, indicating the impact the 70-year-old Italian may have already had at the club.
A Joshua King's hattrick and one goal each from the duo of Juraj Kucka and Emmanuel Bonaventure Dennis gave Watford a 5-2 comeback victory over Everton. Watford was 2-1 down going into the last 12 minutes of the game, but they scored three late goals to ensure that the new manager, Claudio Ranieri, tastes his first victory since his return to England.
Leicester 4 : 2 Manchester United: The Red Devils produced another disappointing performance on Saturday as they were humiliated by the Foxes at the King power stadium. The six goals triller ended 4 - 2 in favour of Brendan Rodgers side. The outcome of today's game will put an increasing pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer whose side are now winless in three matches.
The English Premier League matchday eight opener between Watford and Liverpool has ended with the Reds thrashing Watford 5-nil. Liverpool traveled to Vicarage stadium with no respect for the struggling Watford. The Reds beat them 5-nil in front of their fans and new manager, Claudio Ranieri. Goals from Sadio Mane, Firminho, and Mohammed Salah amazing goal set Claudio Ranieri in a nightmare start at Vicarage Stadium.
Claudio Ranieri has had a nightmarish start to live in Watford as Liverpool handed the home side a painful 5-0 defeat in a very one-sided match. Liverpool was too good for Watford to handle as Firmino scored a hatrick while Mane scored his 100th Premier League goal. Mohammed Salah was not left out as he scored in his eight consecutive game for Liverpool.
It was a easy start for Liverpool as they aim to win their game to go top in the English Premier League Table. Below is the picture of all the seven games scheduled for today. Liverpool visits Watford as their eighth game of the season in EPL. Sadio Mane gave them an early lead in nine minutes of the game and Roberto Firmino double the lead in the 37th minutes of the game