What if Ranieri is the Top Man We Are Looking for?

Rumors are insistently reporting on contacts between Conte and Roma but the giallorossi may have already signed their top coach a couple of months ago. Ranieri could be the moderator and leader needed in the eternal city.




Sometimes the spasmodic idea of change makes us blind and eager for something that we actually already have. The trend is always the same. We want the new to put aside the used one. But after a short time, we rediscover the usefulness of the prized piece that we left behind.

Roma executives are, reportedly, desperately chasing Antonio Conte but nobody knows if they will be able to sign him before the summer. Undoubtedly, the former Juventus and Chelsea coach is a man who was able to bring his teams to victory but Claudio Ranieri was the one who finalized the most epic victory of modern football.

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The club of Trigoria knows that Conte could trigger a mechanism of maximum exaltation that could become a driving force for the future. But Ranieri is already doing great things close to the Colosseum and is dragging the giallorossi in the race for the next edition of the Champions League.

Ranieri may be the top man we are looking for. Conte would be a dream, the man who would ensure competitiveness on and off the field. Conte means investments in the transfer market. He means mental strength and competitive fire. But Ranieri represents the ambitious wise man and the passion so important for the fans of the Italian capital.

If Conte does not arrive, Rome may find out that the right man is already sitting on the bench of the giallorossi.




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About Stefano Bernardini 3713 Articles
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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