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Claudio Ranieri admits it will be very difficult for Leicester to retain their title in a much-changed Premier League, but he is still hoping for more silverware. Air Force 1 High On Sale . The Foxes won their first top-flight title last season and have had a good summer so far, having retained star players such as Jamie Vardy and NGolo Kante.But Ranieri accepts the chances of repeating the feat will be slim after managerial changes at Manchester City and Chelsea and an influx of new players at Manchester United. Id like to restart from the beginning, he said. Forty points. Then, after that, we want to be in the top 10.Then we want to go forward in the Champions League. The other dream is to lift another cup. Why not? Try to be positive. Leicester have signed Ahmed Musa from CSKA Moscow To repeat (winning the title) will be very difficult. But we are fighters. I hope to repeat the dream with Leicester.All of the world is curious about what will happen now with Leicester. It will be an interesting Premier League this season because the big teams have brought in new managers and new players.Ranieri celebrated a year in charge of Leicester on Wednesday, transforming the club from relegation strugglers to Premier League champions in 12 months.Leicester are at a pre-season training camp in Austria, where their new signings have been getting to know their team-mates as they prepare to defend their crown.Ahmed Musa became the clubs record signing and will provide competition up front after joining from CSKA Moscow for a fee in the region of £16.6m and Ranieri is hopeful he will immediately settle into the squad. Ranieri says record-signing Musa needs time to learn the clubs philosophy It is important he immediately understands our philosophy of how we play, move and link with each other, the Italian told Sky Sports News HQ.We are a very good group and for me it is important he comes here with the right mentality. He is a good guy and I think he can help us this season.I think the league in Russia is not the same tempo. In England there are very tough matches, where you must battle until the end.He is a fast player and he can play in the wide position, he can play behind Vardy and he can play [up front] with Vardy.It is important to have a choice because there will be a lot of matches and we must be ready for all of them.Everybody is working so hard but they are smiling, which is my philosophy. Also See: Ranieris golden year Leicester offer Kante new deal What do Leicester need? Mendy agrees Leicester move Air Force 1 Wholesale . Pironkova, who was ranked outside the top 100 despite reaching the Wimbledon semifinals in 2010, beat three top 10 players in Sydney, 2012 French Open finalist Sara Errani, 2011 Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova and Kerber. Air Force 1 Store Sale . - Steve Kerr of the Golden State Warriors will coach the Western Conference in the All-Star Game on Feb. http://www.airforce1storesale.com/fake-air-force-270-outlet.html .com) - James Harden needed just seven made field goals to drop 35 points on the Philadelphia 76ers, leading the Houston Rockets to a 104-93 win on Monday.For awhile it looked like video-game baseball: The Winnipeg Goldeyes just kept hitting and running and scoring and it didnt matter who was pitching, the Kansas City T-Bones couldnt stop them. When the dust (pixels?) cleared at Shaw Park on Thursday night, the Goldeyes had set a team home record with 25 hits – 20 of which were singles – and blasted the T-Bones 18-10. Ray Sadler belted a homer and had three hits, while Reggie Abercrombie, Casey Haerther and Donnie Webb each had had four hits and Brock Bond, Luis Alen and Ryan Pineda all had three-hit nights. Pineda and Bond each had three RBI, while Sadler, Haerther and Alen had two each and Webb and Kuhn had one each. The Goldeyes scored two runs as a result of wild pitches and another on a passed ball. Sadler, Abercrombie and Bond each scored three runs while Kuhn, Haerther, Webb and Alen all scored twice. With the victory, the Goldeyes swept back-to-back series at home from the Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks and Kansas City. The Goldeyes have now won eight straight games (seven straight at home), 11 of their last 12, are 31-14 on the season and remain at least 6 1/2 games ahead of Fargo and the St. Paul Saints in the race for first in the American Associations North Division. "Ive been struggling, so Im just trying to put a good swing on the ball," said Sadler. "I havent been getting many of my pitches to hit. During this series, it seems theyve been busting me inside all the time so on the home run, I just looked for something inside then tried to get my hands in and put a good swing on it. I didnt know it was out when I hit, but when I heard the crowd, thats when I knew." After going down one-two-three in the first, the Goldeyes opened it up in the second. Sadler led off withh a solo homer and then Donnie Webb singled, Abercrombie singled, Brock Bond singled and Luis Alen singled to drive in Webb. Air Force 1 Green Cheap. Then Pineda singled to drive in Abercrombie and Bond. Tyler Kuhn was safe on a fielders choice and then Haerther singled to drive in Alen. A passed ball then scored Kuhn and the Goldeyes had put up a six spot in the second. The Fish scored one in the third as Pineda drove home Bond and then, in the fourth, Winnipeg added three more as Haerther singled, Sadler singled, Abercrombie singled and Bond singled to drive home Haerther and Sadler. Alen then singled to drive home Abercrombie. The Goldeyes scored two more in the fifth with three straight doubles: With one out, Haerther doubled, Sadler doubled to score Haerther and Webb doubled to score Sadler. In the eighth, the Goldeyes added six more runs. The T-Bones scored five in the sixth off Winnipeg starter Nick Hernandez and five in the ninth off reliever Kyle Bellamy. Hernandez (5-0, 3.88 ERA) picked up the win for Winnipeg, while K.C. starter Kyle Devore (2-2, 4.37 ERA) suffered the loss. There was no save, but Taylor Sewitt threw 2.2 innings of outstanding scoreless relief for the Fish. The Goldeyes will now head out onto the road for a three-game series in Fargo. Matt Jackson (6-2, 2.98 ERA) will get the start on Friday night for Winnipeg. Fargo manager Doug Simunic has yet to name his starter. Fridays game can be heard live with Steve Schuster at the microphone beginning with the pre-game show at 6:30 p.m. on The Jewel 101 (100.7 on your dial). The Goldeyes will return home to open three-game series with the Sioux City Explorers next Tuesday night. It will be the first game of a homestand in which the Goldeyes will play 11 games in nine days. ' ' '