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Claudio Ranieri has been appointed as the new manager of Greece
- July 25, 2014
Claudio Ranieri has been appointed as the new manager of Greece on a two year deal.
Ranieri was harshly sacked at AS Monaco after guiding the club to second place in their first season back in Ligue Un.
Despite a massive spending spree, it’s still a pretty tough task toppling fellow financial heavyweight PSG in a year. But Ranieri has a long history of being fired in a reasonably unfair manner.
Greece overachieved at the World Cup and only missed out on the quarter-finals on penalties, Keylor Navas being the hero for Costa Rica.
After 28 years in management, the Greece job will give Ranieri his first try at international football.
— Ethniki Omada (@EthnikiOmada) July 25, 2014