Ranieri predicts defeat at Watford

New Watford coach Claudio Ranieri does not expect an easy task in the Premier League, but while there will be some defeats, he is also waiting for some surprises when the competition resumes after the international break. The 69-year-old Italian will coach Watford, succeeding Spanish coach Cesco Muñoz, who left this month. Watford is 15th with seven points from seven games, and will play against Liverpool on Saturday before playing other difficult league matches against Everton, Southampton, Arsenal and Manchester United. “I’m sure we’re going to lose some games,” Ranieri told reporters. We can get some surprises, all matches are tough. It’s not about the name of the opponent but the Premier League, and you never know what will happen. Ranieri, who surprised everyone by leading Leicester City to the Premier League title in the 2015-2016 season but last worked in the competition with Fulham in the 2018-2019 season, said he was happy to be back. “In my opinion, it is one of the best leagues in the world, if not the best,” he added. All the great champions are here and of course the great coaches appear, I am very happy to be back and to be at Watford. The Italian coach confirmed that he has fond memories of winning the title, but his focus is on the future, and the veteran who has led Chelsea, Atletico Madrid, Rome, Juventus, Inter Milan and Sampdoria among several other clubs continued: It does not matter what I did. What I want to do is important


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