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Who is Sampdoria manager Claudio Ranieri?
Claudio Ranieri was born in Rome, Italy on the 20th of October 1951 and is 68 years of age. Ranieri previously played football for Italian clubs such as AS Roma, Catania and Palermo as a defender. He is the current Sampdoria manager after taking over from Eusebio Di Francesco in October 2019. His most successful time as a manager was when he took over at Leicester City and won the 2015-16 English Premier League.
Ranieri started his playing career at AS Roma in 1973, he went on to play for Catanzaro, Catania and Palermo between the years of 1974 and 1986 where he made 363 competitive appearances scoring 9 goals from the back.
After retiring, Ranieri went straight into management at Vigor Lamezia and worked his way up the ranks. He worked at Vigor Lamezia, Puteolana, Cagliari, Napoli, Fiorentina, Atlético Madrid, Chelsea, Valencia, Parma, Juventus, Roma, Inter Milan, Monaco, the Greek National team, Leicester City, Nantes, Fulham and Sampdoria between the years of 1986 and 2019.
Claudio Ranieri has a long list of achievements which include taking Cagliari from the third division in Italy all the way to the Serie A, winning the Copa Italia, Serie B and Supercopa Italia with Fiorentina and winning the Ligue 2 with AS Monaco in the 2012-13 season. Some of his newer achievements include winning trophies with Valencia such as the UEFA Super Cup and the UEFA Intertoto cup and of course, winning the English Premier League with Leicester City in 2015-16.
In the same season as his Premier League winning season, Ranieri won the Premier League Manager of the Season award along with the LMA Manager of the Year award. Ranieri also has 5 Premier League Manager of the Month awards to his name along with an introduction to the Italian Football Hall of Fame in 2016 with an Enzo Bearzot Award in the same year. 2016 was Ranieri’s best year in terms of awards won as he won the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award, the Gazzetta Sports Awards Coach of the Year Award, the European Coach of the Season Award and the Best FIFA Men's Coach Award all in the same year. Ranieri was also included into the Fiorentina Hall of Fame in 2018 due to his successful period as a manager between the years of 1993 and 1997.