Leicester City's English manager Craig Shakespeare hosts a press conference at The King Power stadium in Leicester, central England on March 13, 2017. / AFP / PAUL ELLIS
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Craig Shakespeare said there were "no grudges" between himself and Claudio Ranieri Monday after he succeeded the Italian as Leicester City manager.Shakespeare took over as caretaker manager and was Sunday confirmed as manager until the end of the season following 3-1 wins over Liverpool and Hull City in his first two games.Shakespeare previously worked as Ranieri's assistant.Leicester are seeking to overturn a 2-1 deficit from the first leg against Sevilla and Shakespeare says his players will approach the match with renewed self-belief.Midfielder Danny Drinkwater said the players were all hoping for Shakespeare to land the role on a lasting basis.Shakespeare said French midfielder Nampalys Mendy will miss the match for Leicester after taking a knock to the knee, but could be fit for Saturday's trip to West Ham United in the league.
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