Claudio Ranieri is an Italian football manager and former player know all aboutClaudio Ranieri Family, Net Worth, Parents, Wife and More in this article.
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|Birthdate ( Age)||20 October 1951|
|Place of Birth||Rome, Italy|
|Parents||Renata Ranieri, Mario Ranieri|
|Profession||Italian football manager|
|Net Worth||$5 Million|
Claudio Ranieri Grande Ufficiale is an Italian football manager and former player who most recently managed Serie A club Sampdoria. Ranieri began his managerial career in the lower leagues in Italy during the late 1980s, and made his name at Cagliari, whom he took from Serie C1 up to Serie A in successive seasons.
Claudio Ranieri Family, Parents
Ranieri was born in San Saba, a neighbourhood of Rome near the Circus Maximus, and is a lifelong supporter of A.S. Roma. He began playing football at his neighbourhood church. A childhood friend described him as having a stereotypically English demeanour, in being quiet and reserved. He and his family live in Formello, a nearby town where 1982 FIFA World Cup-winning goalkeeper Dino Zoff is also among the residents.
Claudio Ranieri Wife
Ranieri is married to Dr. Rosanna. The Couple have a daughter together named Claudia, who married Italian actor Alessandro Roja and gave Claudio a grandson, named Orlando.
Claudio Ranieri Net Worth
Claudio Ranieri Grande Ufficiale is an Italian football manager and former player has an estimated Net Worth around $5 Million in 2022.
Ranieri first signed as a professional football player with Roma, though in his two seasons with the club he only made six appearances; he also had a one-month loan spell with Siracusa. As a player, Ranieri spent most of his career playing as a defender for Catanzaro (1974–1982), Catania (1982–1984), and Palermo (1984–1986). He was involved in four successful promotion campaigns.
His managerial career start in Vigor Lamezia where he led them to a 12 match unbeaten run and take them to the top of the table. He later resigned for refusing to use the players that were brought by an agent close to the president . After initially coaching amateur side Vigor Lamezia, Ranieri’s first managerial position was at Campania Puteolana, a small team in Pozzuoli. He took charge there in 1987.
However, it was at Cagliari that he made his name as a manager. After joining the club in 1988, he helped the team to gain promotion to Serie A from the third division Serie C1 in successive seasons, also winning the Coppa Italia Serie C in 1989.
At Cagliari, his team were known for their fluid tactical system, which enabled the team to change their shape and switch between different formations throughout the course of a single match.From 1991, Ranieri managed for two seasons at Napoli, who were facing financial difficulties at the time.
In 1997, Ranieri moved to Spain to take over at Valencia.He was the coach from 1997 to 1999 and guided Valencia to a fourth-place finish in La Liga, achieving UEFA Champions League qualification in 1999; he also won the UEFA Intertoto Cup in 1998, and the Copa del Rey in 1999.
As head coach of Chelsea from 18 September 2000 to 30 May 2004, Ranieri worked hard to overcome the language barrier. When he arrived at the London club, he could speak only limited English however, the club had a few players who could speak Italian and Spanish and could help translate for him on the training pitch.
Ranieri’s first season featured inconsistent results, with Chelsea reaching sixth place and a UEFA Cup spot. Ranieri had been instructed to reduce the average age of the squad, and worked to rebuild Chelsea in the summer of 2001, creating a brand new midfield by signing Frank Lampard from West Ham United, Emmanuel Petit and Boudewijn Zenden from Barcelona, and Jesper Grønkjær from Ajax. He also signed defender William Gallas from Marseille, spending in total over £30 million.
Ranieri was appointed manager of the Greece national team following the departure of Fernando Santos after the 2014 FIFA World Cup; Ranieri signed a two-year contract worth €1.6 million. Compared to their previous stability under Otto Rehhagel and Santos, Ranieri often changed line-ups and formations, confusing the players; moreover, he did not live in Greece.
On 12 October 2019, Ranieri signed a contract with Sampdoria, which would see him remain as the club’s manager until 2021; at the time of his appointment, the team were sitting in last place in Serie A.He guided them to fifteenth place at the end of the season. Following a ninth-place finish in the following season, Ranieri announced he would not be renewing his contract and would be leaving the club.