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Leicester sacked Shakespeare

Leicester City sacked Craig Shakespeare after seven months in change as manager

Leicester City Sajed Craig Shakespeare

Leicester City has sacked Craig Shakespeare as manager after seven months.

The club only won one out of their
eight Premier League games this
season and the club have decided to
part with Shakespeare less than 24
hours after a 1-1 draw with West
Brom on Monday night.

The former coach is understood to
have been told of the decision in a
meeting after taking charge of a
behind-closed-doors friendly against
Nottingham Forest on Tuesday
morning, which kicked off at 11am.

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Michael Appleton has been set to take temporary
charge of the club for Saturday’s
Premier League trip to Swansea City,
assisted by first-team coaches Mike
Stowell and Adam Sadler.

Shakespeare, 53, had assisted Claudio
Ranieri during the Premier League
title triumph in 2015-16 and then
succeeded him, at first on a
caretaker basis, in February before
signing a three-year contract to take
the job permanently in June.

The famous Shakespeare won his first six
matches in charge, including
victories over Liverpool in the
Premier League and Sevilla in the
Champions League knockout stage,
and won twice more to ensure safety
in the top flight.

Leicester has won just once in their last EPL game

“Craig has been a great servant to
Leicester City – during his spells as
an assistant manager and since
taking over as manager in
challenging circumstances in
February,” the Foxes Vice
Chairman Aiyawatt
Srivaddhanaprabha told the club’s
official website.

“His dedication to the club and to his
work has been absolute and the
contribution he made to the most
successful period in Leicester City
history is considerable. However, our early promise under
Craig’s management has not been
consistently evident in the months
since and the board feels that,
regrettably, a change is necessary to
keep the club moving forward –
consistent with the long-term
expectations of our supporters, board
and owners.

Shakespeare is and will remain a very
popular, respected figure at Leicester
City and will be welcome back at
King Power Stadium in future, both
professionally and as a friend of the
club.”

Posted by on October 17, 2017.

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