On Thursday, Leicester City F.C. sent shockwaves through Europe by sacking manager Claudio Ranieri. The previous year, Ranieri led the Foxes on a Cinderella run to the top of the Premier League table. But struggles in 2016-17, which left Leicester City just one point above the relegation zone with 13 matches remaining, was enough for management to ax the 2016 Best FIFA Men's Coach winner.
Don't fret, Claudio. You're not the first championship coach to get fired or pushed out after winning a championship. This has happened in the U.S. a bunch of times. We'll show you.
Spoiler: George Steinbrenner's blood is all over this list.
Dick Williams, Oakland Athletics (1973)
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Billy Martin, New York Yankees (1978)
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Bob Lemon, New York Yankees (1979)
Jimmy Johnson, Dallas Cowboys (1994)
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Mike Keenan, New York Rangers (1994)
Claudio Ranieri, Leicester City (2017)
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Alex Hannum, St. Louis Hawks (1958)
Al MacNeil, Montreal Canadiens (1971)
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