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Ambushed by champagne-spraying assailants, Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri vowed that he would not be hitting the town in celebration of his side's Premier League title coronation.Ranieri was settling down to address the media at the end of a joyous, emotional day at the King Power Stadium Saturday when left-back Christian Fuchs ran in to drench him – and the trophy – with bubbly. Ranieri, 64, said to Fuchs in mock admonishment.Having seen skipper Wes Morgan lift the first top-flight trophy in the club's 132-year history following a 3-1 win over Everton Saturday, fans poured out into the surrounding streets and headed to the city center, as passing cars tooted their horns.But when he was asked how he would celebrate, Ranieri replied: "I am a very calm man, also when I was young.
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