“I’m here to try to build something good.” Ranieri raring to go at Watford 💛🖤

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BT Sport published this video item, entitled “”I’m here to try to build something good.” Ranieri raring to go at Watford 💛🖤” – below is their description.

Claudio Ranieri is back in the Premier League, and he can’t wait to get started at Watford. He chats to Des Kelly before his first match in charge of the Hornets against Liverpool.

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