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Claudio Ranieri
Claudio Ranieri
Personal information
Full name Claudio Ranieri
Date of birth 20 October 1951 (1951-10-20) (age 67)
Place of birth    Rome, Flag of Italy Italy
Playing position Defender
Club information
Current club Flag of Italy Roma (Manager)
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1973–1974
1974–1982
1982–1984
1984–1986
Total
Flag of Italy
Flag of Italy
Flag of Italy
Flag of Italy
0000(0)
225 00(8)
092 00(1)
040 00(0)
363 00(9)   
Teams managed
1986–1987
1987–1988
1988–1991
1991–1993
1993–1997
1997–1999
1999–2000
2000–2004
2004–2005
2007
2007–2009
2009–2011
2011–2012
2012–2014
2014
2015–2017
2017–2018
2018–2019
2019–
Flag of Italy Vigor Lamezia
Flag of Italy Puteolana
Flag of Italy Cagliari
Flag of Italy Napoli
Flag of Italy Fiorentina
Flag of Spain Valencia
Flag of Spain Atlético Madrid
England Chelsea
Flag of Spain Valencia
Flag of Italy Parma
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of Italy Roma
Flag of Italy Inter Milan
Flag of France Monaco
Flag of Greece.svg Greece
England Leicester City
Flag of France Nantes
England Fulham
Flag of Italy Roma

Claudio Ranieri (born 20 October 1951) is an Italian football manager and former player who is the current head coach of Serie A club Roma.

Ranieri began his managerial career in the lower leagues in Italy during the late 1980s, and made his name at Cagliari, whom he took from Serie C1 up to Serie A in successive seasons. He later went on to manage Napoli, where he led the team to qualify for the UEFA Cup, only to be sacked the following season. In 1993, he joined Fiorentina, and immediately led them to Serie A promotion, also winning the Coppa Italia and the Supercoppa Italiana in 1996, before moving to Spain in 1997, to manage Valencia and then Atlético Madrid. With Valencia, he won a Copa del Rey and an UEFA Intertoto Cup, and helped the club to qualify for the UEFA Champions League. In 2000, Ranieri moved to England to become head coach at Chelsea. His four seasons there saw Chelsea improve their points total season on season, with them finishing runners-up in 2004 and reaching the UEFA Champions League semi-final the same season. He was sacked by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich that May, but a number of players he signed and brought through during his time at Stamford Bridge formed the core of the side that went on to achieve domestic and international success in subsequent seasons.

After an unsuccessful second spell back in Spain with Valencia, he returned to management in Italy in 2007, where he encountered mixed success with spells at Parma, Juventus, Roma and Inter Milan. In 2012, he was hired to manage Ligue 1 team Monaco, who had just finished in the middle of Ligue 2, and earned promotion as champions in his first season, then finished as Ligue 1 runners-up in his second season. This was followed by a foray into international management with the Greece national team, but he was sacked less than four months later due to a 1–0 defeat against the Faroe Islands in the UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying. Ranieri returned to England once more in the summer of 2015 as manager of Leicester City. He went on to win the 2015–16 Premier League, after the club had narrowly avoided relegation the season prior, and was named the 2016 Premier League Manager of the Season, and LMA Manager of the Year. He was also awarded the Grand Officer of the Italian Order of Merit and the Enzo Bearzot Award as best Italian manager of the year, as well as the 2016 Best FIFA Men's Coach Award. He was sacked by the club in February 2017, after a string of bad results. In June 2017, he joined Nantes as manager and spent a single season at the club. He was appointed Fulham manager in November 2018 before being dismissed in February 2019. Less than a month later, he returned as the head coach of Roma.

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Current Serie A managers

Gasperini (Atalanta) · Mihajlović (Bologna) · Corini (Brescia) · Maran (Cagliari) · Montella (Fiorentina) · Andreazzoli (Genoa) · Jurić (Hellas Verona) · Conte (Internazionale) · Sarri (Juventus) · Inzaghi (Lazio) · Liverani (Lecce) · Giampaolo (Milan) · Ancelotti (Napoli) · D'Aversa (Parma) · Fonseca (Roma) · Vacant (Sampdoria) · De Zerbi (Sassuolo) · Semplici (SPAL) · Mazzarri (Torino) · Tudor (Udinese)

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Valencia Club de Fútbol, SAD - Managers

Kinké (1921–22 Sancho (1922–23) · Fivébr (1923–28) · Herriot (1928–29) · Fivébr (1929–31) · Galloway (1931–33) · Greenwell (1933–34) · Fivébr (1934–35) · Balsa (1935–36) · Encinas (1939–42) · Rino (1942–43) · Cubells (1943–46) · Pasarín (1946–48) · Quincoces (1948–54) · Iturraspe (1954–56) · Miró (1956–58) · Quincoces (1958–59) · Bumbel (1959–60) · Quincocesi (1960) · Balmanya (1960–62) · Scopelli (1962– 63) · Pasieguito (1963–64) · Mundo (1964–65) · Barinaga (1965–66) · Mundo (1966– 68) · Joseíto (1968–69) · Buqué & Artigas (1969–70) · Di Stéfano (1970–74) · Ćirić (1974–75) · Milošević (1975) · Mestre (1975–76) · Herrera (1976–77) · Mestre (1977) · Domingo (1977–79) · Pasieguito (1979) · Di Stéfano (1979–80) · Pasieguito (1980–82) · Mestre (1982) · Miljanić (1982–83) · Aguirre (1983) · Paquito (1983–84) · Gil (1984–85) · Valdez (1985–86) · Di Stéfano (1986–88) · Gil (1988) · Espárrago (1988–91) · Hiddink (1991–93) · Núñez (1993–94) · Hiddink (1994) · Parreira (1994–95) · Aragonés (1995–96) · Valdano (1996–97) · Ranieri (1997–99) · Cúper (1999–2001) · Benítez (2001–04) · Ranieri (2004–05) · López Habas (2005) · Flores (2005–07) · Koeman (2007–08) · Voroi (2008) · Emery (2008–12) · Pellegrino (2012) · Voroi (2012) · Valverde (2012–13) · Đukić (2013) · Estévezi (2013) · Pizzi (2014) · Nuno (2014–15) · Voroi (2015) · Neville (2015–16) · Ayestarán (2016) · Voroi (2016) · Prandelli (2016–)

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Chelsea Football Club - Managers

Robertson (1905–06) • Lewis (1906–07i) • Calderhead (1907–33) • Knighton (1933–39) • Birrell (1939–52) • Drake (1952–61) • Docherty (1961–67) • Sexton (1967–74) • Suart (1974–75) • McCreadie (1975–77) • Shellito (1977–78) • Blanchflower (1978–79) • Hurst (1979–81) • Gould (1981c) • Neal (1981–85) • Hollins (1985–88) • Campbell (1988–91) • Porterfield (1991–93) • Webb (1993i) • Hoddle (1993–96) • Gullit (1996–98) • Vialli (1998–2000) • Rix & Wilkins (2000c) • Ranieri (2000–04) • Mourinho (2004–07) • Grant (2007–08) • Scolari (2008–09) • Wilkins (2009c) • Hiddink (2009i) • Ancelotti (2009–11) • Villas-Boas (2011–12) • Di Matteo (2012) • Benítez (2012–13) • Mourinho (2013–15) • Holland (2015c) • Hiddink (2015–16i) • Conte (2016–18) • Sarri (2018–19) • Lampard (2019–)

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Juventus Football Club - Managers

Károly 1923 to 26 • Viola 1926 to 28 • Aitken 1928 to 30 • Carcano 1930 to 35 • Bigatto 1935 • Rosetta 1935 to 39 • Caligaris 1939 to 41 • Munerati 1941 • Ferrari 1941 to 42 • Monti 1942 • Borel 1942 to 46 • Cesarini 1946 to 48 • Chalmers 1948 to 49 • Carver 1949 to 51 • Bertolini 1951 • Sárosi 1951 to 53 • Olivieri 1953 to 55 • Puppo 1955 to 57 • Broćić 1957 to 59 • Depetrini 1959 • Cesarini 1959 to 61 • Parola 1961 • Gren & Korostelev 1961 • Parola 1961 to 62 • Amaral 1962 to 64 • Monzeglio 1964 • Herrera 1964 to 69 • Carniglia 1969 to 70 • Rabitti 1970 • Picchi 1970 to 71 • Vycpálek 1971 to 74 • Parola 1974 to 76 • Trapattoni 1976 to 86 • Marchesi 1986 to 88 • Zoff 1988 to 90 • Maifredi 1990 to 91 • Trapattoni 1991 to 94 • Lippi 1994 to 99 • Ancelotti 1999 to 2001 • Lippi 2001 to 04 • Capello 2004 to 06 • Deschamps 2006 to 07 • Corradini 2007 • Ranieri 2007 to 09 • Ferrara 2009 to 10 • Zaccheroni 2010 • Delneri 2010 to 11 • Conte 2011 to 14 • Allegri 2014 to 19 • Sarri 2019–

Inter Milan - Managers

Fossati (1909–15) • Resegotti (1920–22) • Spottiswood (1922–24) • Scheidler (1924–26) • Weisz (1926–28) • Viola (1928–29) • Weisz (1929–31) • Tóth (1931–32) • Weisz (1932–34) • Feldmann (1934–36) • Carraro (1936) • Castellazzi (1936–38) • Cargnelli (1938–40) • Peruchetti (1940) • Zamberletti (1941) • Fiorentini (1941–42) • Ferrari (1942–45) • Carcano (1945–46) • Nutrizio (1946) • Meazza (1947–48) • Carcano (1948) • Astley (1948) • Cappelli (1949–50) • Olivieri (1950–52) • Foni (1952–55) • Campatelli (1955) • Meazza (1955–56) • Frossi (1956) • Ferrero (1957) • Meazza (1957) • Carver (1957–58) • Bigogno (1958) • Campatelli (1959–60) • Achilli (1960) • Cappelli (1960) • Hel. Herrera (1960–68) • Foni (1968–69) • Her. Herrera (1969–70) • Invernizzi (1970–73) • Masiero (1973) • Hel. Herrera (1973) • Masiero (1974) • Suárez (1974–75) • Chiappella (1976–77) • Bersellini (1977–82) • Marchesi (1982–83) • Radice (1983–84) • Castagner (1984–85) • Corso (1985–86) • Trapattoni (1986–91) • Orrico (1991–92) • Suárez (1992) • Bagnoli (1992–94) • Marini (1994) • Bianchi (1994–95) • Suárez (1995) • Hodgson (1995–97) • Castellini (1997) • Simoni (1997–98) • Lucescu (1998–99) • Castellini (1999) • Hodgson (1999) • Lippi (1999–2000) • Tardelli (2000–01) • Cúper (2001–03) • Verdelli (2003) • Zaccheroni (2003–04) • Mancini (2004–08) • Mourinho (2008–10) • Benítez (2010) • Leonardo (2010–11) • Gasperini (2011) • Ranieri (2011–12) • Stramaccioni (2012–13) • Mazzarri (2013–14) • Mancini (2014–16) • de Boer (2016) • Vecchic (2016–)

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Leicester City F.C. - Managers

Gardner (1884–92) • Marson (1892–94) • Lee (1884–92) • Jackson (1895–97) • Clark (1897–98) • Johnson (1897–1912) • Bartlett (1912–14) • Ford (1914–15) • Linney (1915–19) • Hodge (1919–26) • Orr (1926–32) • Hodge (1932–34) • Lochhead (1934–36) • Womack (1936–39) • Bromilow (1939–45) • Mather (1945–46) • Duncan (1946–49) • Bullock (1949–55) • Halliday (1955–58) • Gillies (1958–68) • O'Farrell (1968–71) • Bloomfield (1971–77) • McLintock (1977–78) • Wallace (1978–82) • Milne (1982–86) • Hamilton (1986–87) • Pleat (1987–91) • Little (1991–94) • McGhee (1994–95) • O'Neill (1995–2000) • Taylor (2000–01) • Bassett (2001–02) • Adams (2002–04) • Levein (2004–06) • Kelly (2006–07) • Worthington (2007) • Allen (2007) • Megson (2007) • Holloway (2007–08) • Pearson (2008–10) • Sousa (2010) • Eriksson (2010–11) • Pearson (2011–15) • Ranieri (2015–17) • Shakespeare (2017) • Appletonc (2017) • Puel (2017–19) • Stowell & Sadlerc (2019) • Rodgers (2019–)

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Fulham Football Club - Managers

H. Bradshaw (1904–09) • Kelso (1909–24) • Ducat (1924–26) • J. Bradshaw (1926–29) • Liddell (1929–31) • McIntyre (1931–34) • Hogan (1934–35) • Peart (1935–48) • Osborne (1948–49) • Dodgin, Sr. (1949–53) • Osborne (1953–56) • Livingstone (1956–58) • Jezzard (1958–64) • Buckingham (1965–68) • Robson (1968) • Dodgin, Jr. (1969–72) • Stock (1972–76) • Campbell (1976–80) • Macdonald (1980–84) • Harford (1984–86) • Lewington (1986–90) • Dicks (1990–91) • Mackay (1991–94) • Branfoot (1994–96) • Adams (1996–97) • Wilkins (1997–98) • Keegan (1998–99) • Bracewell (1999–2000) • Riedle (2000) • Tigana (2000–03) • Coleman (2003–07) • Sanchez (2007) • Lewington (2007) • Hodgson (2007–10) • Lewington (2010) • Hughes (2010–11) • Jol (2011–13) • Meulensteen (2013–14) • Magath (2014) • Symons (2014–2015) • Grant (2015) • Gray (2015) • Jokanović (2015–2018) • Ranieri (2018–2019) • Parkerc (2019–)

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