Claudio Ranieri was Watford’s last manager and one of 11 managers to win the Premier League. Before becoming manager of Chelsea, Claudio Ranieri coached Cagliari in several promotions, reaching Serie A in 1989/90 and taking over at Napoli the following season. Claudio Ranieri has had a managerial career that has led 17 different clubs coached Valencia and Roma twice.
Claudio Ranieri has coached top teams in Italy, England, Spain and France, including Inter Milan, Roma, Chelsea, Valencia and Leicester City, and most recently Watford. Claudio Ranieri returned to Serie B in Fiorentina. He was immediately in charge of the Viola in the Italian top flight, with Fiorentina winning the Coppa Italia and the Italian Super Cup after leaving in 1997. The Italian coach joined Valencia for the second time in 2004 before leaving Chelsea for England a year later. His second game was also successful when Valencia won the UEFA Super Cup under the Italian tactician in 2004/05.
His wards fearlessly played for the Italian manager and, as a result, deservedly won their first Scudetto in their lives. The Italian tactician’s infectious positive energy was the most significant factor in Leicester turning the 5000/1 odds in their favour. Ranieri has also received many individual awards for his ingenuity, especially after the 2015/16 season. Ranieri’s left Sampdoria in Serie A in the summer, and his Watford appointment is the 20th, another club he has managed.
Watford boss Claudio Ranieri was sacked after just 14 Premier League games at Watford. Claudio Ranieri has been unable to change Watford’s fortunes since his appointment in October when the Hornets advanced to the Premier League’s relegation zone for the first time this season. Watford has sacked manager Claudio Ranieri after just three months at Priest Road. Ranieri lashed out at Watford after being beaten home by relegation rivals Norwich City, their eighth loss to Watford in their past nine league and cup matches. “Players who don’t want to understand my philosophy can go home,” the manager said. The game sparked news that the locker room had become toxic. Watford scored two victories under manager Claudio Ranieri and put Watford 19th in the table, just two points shy of a save.
The Italian manager was in charge of Sampdoria before agreeing to a move to Watford and chose the most challenging project in England among the interests of several other Italian clubs. The referral was an achievement that earned Claudio Ranieri several individual awards, including Premier League Manager of the Season, LMA Manager of the Year, FIFA Football Coach of the Year and the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Coach Award.