Conspiracy Theory: Claudio Ranieri Fired in Brexit Plot
March 15, 2017
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In the 2015/2016 Premier League season, Leicester City did the impossible by winning the Premier League. What makes this amazing is the fact that they were battling relegation the season before, and that the odds of them winning the Premier League were 5000-1. However, this season they’ve taken a plunge so deep that the Leicester board was forced into firing their Italian manager, Claudio Ranieri.
Most would think that he was fired because he was no longer capable of coaching the team to a respectable degree, but that is completely, utterly and unequivocally false. Claudio Ranieri’s firing was nothing more than a Brexit plot aimed at ridding England of all foreigners. In February of 2016, the date of the EU referendum was announced. Many English people were struggling to find a job and pay for their homes, so they directed their anger at the bloody foreigners. The successes of foreigners absolutely enraged these English people, and the rage reached a peak when it was confirmed that a foreigner had taken Leicester all the way to the top of English football.
The UK government, along with some Leicester players conspired in order to get Claudio Ranieri fired. A wiretap of star English and Leicester striker, Jamie Vardy, captured him saying: “Ok, last season was great and all but I’m tired of this foreigner of a manager. He must go.” Jamie was even more enraged when Ranieri signed a new striker named, ISLAM Slimani. After scoring 24 goals in the previous season, Vardy has only scored 5 this season to facilitate the firing of his Italian manager. It is rumoured that Theresa May, the new Prime Minister of England, has bribed all Premier League refs to referee in favor of teams playing against Leicester.
All of this colluding lead Leicester into 17th place. One position and one point above the relegation spots. Because the Leicester situation looked so bad, the board was able to fire Ranieri without arousing suspicion of foul play. Ranieri was fired before the Leicester game against Liverpool, a top team. At this point, Leicester had not won a game or even scored a goal in 2017. After Ranieri was fired, Englishmen Craig Shakespeare was announced as interim manager. Shakespeare has nominal experience as manager, so one would expect Leicester to play even worse. This wasn’t the case. Leicester came up against Liverpool and beat them 3-1, with Jamie Vardy scoring 2 goals. All of this proof points to the fact that Claudio Ranieri getting fired was nothing less than a Brexit Plot.
Photo credits: The Telegraph