Claudio Ranieri: Watford sack Italian after less than four months in charge

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Claudio Ranieri has been sacked just three months after joining Watford following their home loss to Norwich City leaving them in the bottom three and facing relegation
4 months ago·Watford, United Kingdom

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BBC News

Struggling Watford sack manager Ranieri

Watford sack manager Claudio Ranieri after less than four months in charge at Vicarage Road.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Guardian

Watford sack manager Claudio Ranieri after grim 14-game tenure

The 3-0 home loss to Norwich proves final straw for ItalianThree-month stay produced two wins from 14 matchesWatford have sacked Claudio Ranieri less than four months after giving the Italian the task of keeping them in the Premier League.Ranieri was appointed after the sacking of Xisco Muñoz in October, but he has been unable to make a positive impact and has picked up only seven points during his 13 league games in charge. Patience has been we…

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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The Hindu

Watford fires manager Claudio Ranieri

Watford has sacked Claudio Ranieri, after spending three and a half months with the Hornets, as confirmed by the Premier League club on Monday.

4 months ago·India
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NDTV

Premier League: Claudio Ranieri Sacked As Watford Manager After Just 14 Games

Premier League: Claudio Ranieri was hired in October last year as Watford manager and replaced Xisco Munoz.

4 months ago·New Delhi, India
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The Independent

Watford sack boss Claudio Ranieri after just 16 weeks in charge

The Hornets languish in 19th place in the Premier League and sit just two points above bottom-placed Burnley, who have two games in hand.

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Daily Mirror

Watford sack Claudio Ranieri after three months amid threat of relegation

Claudio Ranieri has been sacked just three months after joining Watford following their home loss to Norwich City leaving them in the bottom three and facing relegation

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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