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Claudio Ranieri, aka "The Tinkerman", is one of the most experienced managers working in English football. In a susprise move the Italian returned to the Premier League in 2015 with Leicester City...and the rest is history...

In what is widely regarded as one of - if not THE - most stunning stories in sports history, Ranieri miraculously led 5000/1 long shots Leicester to Premier League glory, meaning the Foxes will be enjoying Champions League football next term.

Ranieri has amassed nearly 1000 matches across 13 clubs and four countries during what has been a lengthy career in the dugout, since first venturing into the managerial arena in 1988.

Ranieri has managed an abundance of clubs in his homeland, including Juventus, Inter Milan and Roma, while he's also had spells at the likes of Monaco, Valencia, Atletico Madrid and Chelsea, plus an unsuccessful at international level with Greece.

In terms of silverware and achievements Ranieri has surprisingly only hoisted a handful of trophies with Cagliari, Fiorentina, and Monaco, although winning the Premier League with Leicester was simply a staggering achievement, and one that he'll never top.


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Leicester City34252142.5
Inter Milan1751348.6
Atletico Madrid9111823.7

Claudio Ranieri Quotes

My team is like an orchestra. To play the symphony correctly I need some of the boom boom boom, but I also need some tweet and sometimes the tweet and boom go well together. Sometimes all you can hear is the boom, sometimes only the tweet. That is not good music.

I pay for pizza, you pay for the sausage. I am the sausageman.

In Italy the Coach is a paratrooper who jumps out of the plane but doesn't know if the parachute will open or not.

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The Sack Race's Opinion

Claudio Ranieri's reputation took a hit following a woeful spell in charge of Greece, however he bounced back in the most remarkable way possible with Leicester City. After winning the Premier League title the Italian is a legend at the King Power Stadium and has stated that he's keen to end his managerial career with the Midlands club.