Ranieri says ‘Rome wasn’t built in one night’

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Claudio Ranieri roused hope for survival in Watford fans as the Hornets led the team to a 5-2 win over Everton. “Rome wasn’t built in a night” is sure to lead the Hornets to safety in the top league.

“We did a lot of good things. But there are some things I don’t like. So we have to keep working,” Ranieri said.

“I feel that the players never give up. Like in the game when Liverpool scored 5 goals as well, I’m very happy. Because we move forward very quickly.”

“Joshua King is amazing, not just the three goals he scores. But it also includes holding balls and battling against centre-backs.”

“Rome wasn’t built in one night. we have to work hard After last week We have worked together for the first time. Of course we can improve it.”

“I’m very happy, very satisfied, we have to keep going this way. I don’t remember the last game, forgot it all, it’s been a very good week now.”

“I want a team who tries to score goals”

Ranieri has coached at the highest level for over 30 years. The Italian hopes to use his tactical experience to help the team, in defence and attack. Ranieri has called on the Watford supporters to get behind the team, both in positive moments and when they need to dig deep.

“I think in England everyone knows me from Chelsea or Leicester, I want a team who tries to score goals. We have very good players up front, very fast. I want to close the space a little more and help the defensive line. A lot of players came in, a new manager, and we need a little time but I know in the Premier League there isn’t time. For this reason we have to work hard, and fast,” stated the Italian.