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 By Ben Jacobs

Leicester's Claudio Ranieri decision right, but taken at the wrong time

Gab Marcotti, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their differing points of view on Claudio Ranieri's sacking.

Leicester City's board made the right decision sacking Claudio Ranieri, but at the wrong time. City's Thai owners kept the Italian on for too long out of sentiment, bewitched by the astonishing Premier League title win last season.

Instead, the decision to part ways was delayed until after the first leg of Leicester's round of 16 Champions League tie at Sevilla -- a valiant 2-1 loss, where the Leicester of old turned up in the second half -- which was bizarre.

What makes the timing of the decision...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Leicester sack Ranieri, Alli off as Spurs crash out of Europa Lge

Gab Marcotti, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their differing points of view on Claudio Ranieri's sacking.

Here are the latest stories for Friday.

LEICESTER: Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as Leicester City manager less than 300 days after leading the team to the most improbable of Premier League titles.

- The club made the announcement on Thursday and the news lit the social-media world on fire, with the move polarising opinions around the world. 

- The move was deemed harsh, but necessary, by two ESPN FC contributors, with Mark Ogden saying the manager's time had come and Iain Macintosh putting...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Win the title then relegation? Leicester's nightmare prospect

Gab Marcotti, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their differing points of view on Claudio Ranieri's sacking.

Leicester's miracle title triumph last season captivated the world, but 2016-17 is turning into a disaster for the champions.

Claudio Ranieri has been sacked as his team have yet to score in 2017 and are just one point off the bottom three. Relegation is a real possibility but put yourselves in their shoes -- would you take going down if you had won the title previously?

ESPN FC's club bloggers, representing sides outside the "big six" of Chelsea, Tottenham, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City and...

John Brewin profile picture  By John Brewin

Chelsea seek to extend title lead while Arsenal, Manchester clubs sit idle

Gab Marcotti, Alejandro Moreno and Steve Nicol share their differing points of view on Claudio Ranieri's sacking.

W2W4 previews the weekend's Premier League fixtures and highlights five key storylines.

Chelsea can stretch their lead

Chelsea's rivals will be largely powerless this weekend to stop the Premier League leaders from extending their points advantage, which currently stands at eight over second-placed Manchester City. Sunday's EFL Cup final has blown a hole in the fixture list, postponing Arsenal's trip to Southampton and what would have been a pivotal Manchester derby delayed until the latter...

Classy Leighton Baines going strong ahead of 300th Everton appearance

Leighton Baines is set to make his 300th appearance for Everton in Saturday's match against Sunderland.

After an extended break and some warm weather training in Dubai, Everton return to league action against relegated-threatened Sunderland on Saturday. The Blues are the form team in 2017 with 14 points in six matches. Nine points and 13 goals scored in the last three home games makes Everton strong favourites against a visiting team beaten nine times on the road.

Sunderland have won once in 10 matches and are ranked 19th in the division on both shots per games and shots against per game. Giving...

 By Jamie Smith

Joey Barton must redeem himself against Hull after FA Cup meltdown

Joey Barton of Burnley reacts
Joey Barton has been doing well since returning to Burnley from Rangers.

Joey Barton's meltdown during Burnley's shock FA Cup exit to non-league side Lincoln City was embarrassing and the veteran midfielder has an immediate chance to put things right.

The Clarets head to Hull City on Saturday for the first of four successive away games in the Premier League -- they will not return to Turf Moor until April -- and all eyes will be on Barton.

After being dominated in the air by Lincoln's sturdy Matt Rhead during the 1-0 defeat, Barton resorted to trying to get the forward...