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Matt Le Tissier Gets Called a “Melt” and a “Ball Bag” in Heated Twitter Row

Matt Le Tissier Gets Called a “Melt” and a “Ball Bag” in Heated Twitter Row

Matt Le Tissier has clearly infuriated some Leicester City fans, after the former Southampton striker had a dig at the Foxes for sacking Claudio Ranieri.

Ranieri lead Leicester to the unlikeliest of Premier League title wins in 2015, however, the club sacked the Italian the following season as they struggled near the bottom of the table.

Leicester replaced Ranieri with Craig Shakespeare, however, he lasted just four months at the King Power stadium before ex-Saints boss Claude Puel was put in charge.

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Puel was sacked by Southampton in the summer, despite taking the club to the 2017 League Cup final and securing 8th spot in the league table.

With Leicester thumping Southampton 4-0 last night, Le Tissier was keen to address the Foxes supporters who were taunting his former side over Puel’s sacking:

 

As you’d expect, the Gillette Soccer Saturday pundit was soon inundated with fans looking for an argument:

 

With Leicester currently sitting eight points ahead of Southampton in the table, did the Saints board act to quickly in letting Puel go last season?

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