'Everything is wrong' - Ranieri wary of Leicester sack

Claudio Ranieri, Leicester
The Italian is alarmed at how things have turned against the English champions and admits he is unlikely to continue at the helm if they don't improve

Claudio Ranieri has lamented how everything has gone against Leicester City this season and admits he could be in for the sack.

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The Italian led the Foxes to a stunning Premier League title win last season against all odds - a feat that saw him crowned FIFA Coach of the Year in 2016.

However, things have completely turned against Leicester this season, with the club unable to build on their success and sucked into the relegation fight.

The champions sit 16th in the table going into Sunday's clash with Manchester United having lost their last three Premier League outings and failing to score in all four of their games at the start of 2017.

And Ranieri has confessed that his accomplishment last term will not be enough to save his job if things continue the way they are going.

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"Everything [is possible]," he told Sky Sports in response to questions about whether he was above being fired. "Last season was completely different.

"Every decision of the referee, every shot that hit the post was a goal, the first shot went in, the opponents missed a chance and penalties against us weren't penalties and penalties for us were penalties.

"Everything is wrong but we have to fight for ourselves.

"When everything is going well there are so many people who say 'well done'. It's too easy."