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Premier League: Vardy thankful to Ranieri

Jamie Vardy released on open letter to former boss Claudio Ranieri, on his Instagram account.

Ranieri was dismissed earlier this week from his job as the head-coach of the Foxes. It came as a huge shock around the footall-world, with several well-known figures commenting on the issue.
Among others, the list includes Jose Mourinho, Carlo Ancelotti, Gary Lineker and Thierry Henry.

Now his former striker, Jamie Vardy joined the list.

The forward stated, that he is thankful for Ranieri for believing in him, when others didn’t. Vardy also denied any reports suggesting that he was also behind the sacking of the Italian, together with fellow players.

“I must have written and deleted my words to this post a stupid amount of times,”

“I owed Claudio to find the right and appropriate words! Claudio has and always will have my complete respect! What we achieved together and as a team was the impossible!

“He believed in me when many didn’t and for that I owe him my eternal gratitude.

“There is speculation I was involved in his dismissal and this [is] completely untrue, unfounded and is extremely hurtful!

“The only thing we are guilty of as a team is underachieving which we all acknowledge both in the dressing room and publicly and will do our best to rectify.

“I wish Claudio the very, very best in whatever the future holds for him. Thank You Claudio for everything.”

Vardy and Ranieri won the Premier League together with Leicester City, providing one of the biggest surprises in football history.

However this term, their form and results are nowhere near last year’s, with the Foxes currently fighting against relegation, altough they are still standing in the Champions League. In case they drop down to the Campionship at the end of the season, Leicester would be the first team in England to get relegated as champions.

Last year, Vardy scored 24 goals in 36 games in the Premier League, but this term he has only managed 5 goals in 22 appearances in the league.
His main partner from last year, Riyad Mahrez is also out of form in the current season, with the Algerian international having only 3 goals and 2 assists in 23 apperances. Last year he managed 17 goals and 11 assists in 37 outings.