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‘He Is Not A Normal Man’ — Watford Boss Ranieri Talks Up Rampant Dennis

‘He Is Not  A Normal Man’ — Watford Boss Ranieri Talks  Up  Rampant Dennis

Watford manager Claudio Ranieri has heaped plaudits on Emmanuel Dennis following his impressive performances for the club, reports Completesports.com.

The Nigeria international scored his sixth goal of the campaign in the Hornets 2-1 defeat to Chelsea on Wednesday.

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The 24-year-old endured a difficult spell with Belgian Pro League champions Club Brugge last season but has hit the ground running following his move to Watford this summer.

“When there are some injuries you have to find solutions, be clever,” Ranieri told the club’s website.

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“Only with work can you do this. Of course, my experience helps me to find solutions, but I also have quality players to do this.

“I’m not surprised because he [Dennis] is a very good player. He scored twice at the Bernabeu! Anyone who scores two at the Bernabeu is not a normal man. He has speed, intelligence, he is generous, and I like how he plays. He has to improve because he is young, but I have a very good relationship with him, and all of my players.”

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  • Edoman 6 months ago

    His manager says it all. He can replace Osimhen. If you take time to look at his games, you will easily agreed with his manager that Emma is not normal with what he can do in the field of play. Nigeria is always lucky in producing wonderful strikers. With Emma and Ejuke. Nigeria can beat Egypt if we have a strong goal-keeper, not like the so-called Okoye.