Claudio Ranieri

Claudio did not take long to get back on his feet. He would reinvent himself as a manager when he joined the club, Fiorentina. It took Claudio only three years to turn the club into a winning team. He led his club to a huge accomplishment when the won the Supercoppa Italiana in 1996. It was Claudio’s first major championship and the beginning of a period where he would start to receive praise for being an elite coach. The championship run did not stop there as the club also won the Coppa Italia title in the same year. After his successful run with Fiorentina, he went on to join the club, Valencia in 1997. He would continue his championship ways with Valencia by winning the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1998. After only one year with Valencia, Claudio went on to join Atletico Madrid in 1999. It would be another short stint as he left Atletico Madrid to join Chelsea in 2000.

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Chelsea was the first major elite club that Claudio would coach. His four years with Chelsea was considered to be average as the team did not accomplish any major goals. Claudio said he mainly tried to focus on team building. He decided to return to his former club Valencia in 2004. His second stint with Valencia would last longer than the first time around. After three years, he went on to join Parma in 2007. His time with Parma was one of his shortest coaching jobs as he left only after a few months to join Juventus. After Juventus, he managed a number of small teams before finally landing with his current club, Leicester City.

Claudio is married to a woman named Rosanna Ranieri. The two like to keep the details of their home life very private. There is not much public information available on their children or finances. Claudio prefers that the only things published about his life are his accomplishments in the sport of football.

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Quick Facts
Birth Date: 20 Oct, 1951
Age: 68 yrs
Occupations: Association football player
Association football manager
Citizenship: Italy
Birth Place: Rome
Gender: Male
Description: Italian footballer and manager
Net Worth 2021: 5 million
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Last Modified: Jun 27 2020
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