Ranieri Welcomes and Challenges Conte

The Roman coach collected another win at the stadio Olimpico and with honor and admiration expresses his happiness for Conte’s possible arrival at Roma. But is Ranieri challenging him instead?

His work is bringing immense benefits to a group that suffered multiple injuries and with important character deficiencies. Claudio Ranieri collected other three points today at the stadio Olimpico dragging Roma closer to the Champions League spots.

In the post-match interviews he expressed his happiness for the performance of his guys but the Italian coach was also asked about Antonio Conte’s possible arrival in the eternal city. With his British elegance, he also admitted that he would be happy to see such a great coach leading his beloved club.

“I would want him here. I would pick him up at the airport,” said the experienced Roman coach.

But his words could also hide something. Since his arrival at Trigoria, Ranieri brought that serenity that was missing with his predecessor. The team is meticulously following his instructions. The group seems to be much more solid defensively and with the right mindset to reach the Champions goal.

Probably Ranieri is still hoping to convince Pallotta to give him another chance. If he would lead the giallorossi to the qualification the top European competition, he may even deserve it. Although in the last press conference he wanted to point out that he is not sponsoring himself, the Italian coach is an ambitious man in love with his club.

Nobody knows if Roma will be able to reach an agreement with Antonio Conte, but if the former Juventus and Chelsea man decides to take a different route, Claudio Ranieri could be the best choice for the giallorossi.

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A Roman between New York, Philadelphia, and Rome achieving his dreams. Persistence can make extraordinary things happen. Editor of AS ROMA 360 | Collaborated with Calciomercato.it & Calcio e Finanza | Reported on Major League Soccer | Featured on Bleacher Report & OneFootball EN.

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