Top Premier League manager to face A14 speeding charge in Peterborough
A leading Premier League manager could be facing a hefty fine after being charged with speeding.
Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri (64) has been listed to appear at Peterborough Magistrates’ Court today. It is alleged Italian Ranieri, who lives in Leicester, drove his Mercedes at 96mph on the A14 at Bythorn, near Huntingdon on October 13.
The case is scheduled to be heard later today.
Former Chelsea and Juventus manager Ranieri has had a spectacular start to his Foxes career, as they set the pace at the top of the Premier League for much of the start of the season. They currently sit second in the table.
Manchester United and England player due in court