Personally am in the minority who can fully understand why.
Yes, last year was incredible and he will (rightly so) he a hero in Leicester's history for it.
However, there is no room for sentiment in a mega million £ business like football and, this year, under Ranieri, they were going down.
Also, let's not forget he has been paid off bl00dy handsomely let's not feel too sorry for him eh.
Only thing I would say is the timing seemed odd; the Sevilla result I thought was a stay of execution for him.