Fulham was named coach of Claudio Ranieri in the top football league in Italy. He thanked Slavisa Jokanovics for his work so far.
Fulham announced that they were replaced by Claudio Ranieri of the London club in the 12th round, with only five points.
The 50-year-old Serbian trainer started this season when he became Fulham's coach in 2015 with a team leading to the Premier League.
Ranieri does not have to be introduced to English football lovers. The Italian expert who had his 67th birthday in October won the Leicester City and Championship in the 2015-2016 season.
Ranieri has signed a long-term contract with the club's press release.
Ranieri left Leicester in February 2017, and last season he was coach of Nantes, France.
Fulham sees Southampton on November 24. He debuts his new band, the Italian, in this league. And on December 5th, London will receive a team from Leicester City, Ranieri.
During his career, Claudio Ranieri was appointed head coach (or manager) eight times. Interestingly, when Chelsea took over in 2000, his first validity was Slavisa Jokanovich.
With the return of the Italian Masters, four former champion managers are currently playing in the PL. Ranieri is at the forefront of England's Jose Mourinho (Manchester United), Pep Guardiola (Manchester City) and Manuel Pellegrini (West Ham United).
In other words, nearly half of all Premier League directors are having difficulties in the current league. Together with your trainers, Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger, Kenny Dalglish, Antonio Conte, Roberto Mancini and Carlo Ancelotti will be able to raise PL.
Shahid Khan today announced that Claudio Ranieri has named Slaviša Jokanović as manager of the Fulham Football Club on behalf of Slaviša Jokanović. https://t.co/BUE1vNnvaO