Sarri not worried Ranieri has inside track on his methods
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri is confident a good turn he did for Fulham coach Claudio Ranieri will not come back to bite him when his side clash with the Premier League's bottom club on Sunday.
Fulham’s survival tough task even for Ranieri, says Berbatov
Dimitar Berbatov has joked that Claudio Ranieri faces as tough a task keeping Fulham in the Premier League as he did when guiding Leicester City to a shock title, reports standard.co.uk. Fulham sacked Slavisa Jokanovic and announced Ranieri as his replacement on Wednesday morning, bringing the latter back to English football since his sacking by the Foxes.…
Ranieri angrily challenges talk of a split with Nantes
With results slipping and the club only grudgingly denying rumours of a divorce, the love affair between French club Nantes and Claudio Ranieri appears to be fading.
Ranieri says ready to quit Nantes to become Italy coach
Claudio Ranieri, who led Leicester City to an unlikely English Premier League title, has revealed he is ready to quit French Ligue 1 club Nantes if he is asked to become Italy coach.
Shakespeare coy over Leicester future
Craig Shakespeare insisted he is not taking a contract extension as Leicester manager for granted despite enhancing his claims with a 3-0 home win against Watford.
Players didn't betray me, says Ranieri
Claudio Ranieri insisted on Monday his sacking only a few months after guiding unfashionable Leicester to the unlikeliest of Premier League title wins was not orchestrated by the players.
Hiddink says he turned down Leicester
Guus Hiddink says he turned down the opportunity to manage champions Leicester City following the dismissal of Claudio Ranieri and instead recommended Craig Shakespeare.
Vardy got death threats after Ranieri sacking
England and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy says his alleged role in getting Claudio Ranieri sacked after a terrible slump in form placed the champions in danger of relegation has earned him and his family death threats.