Claudio Ranieri’s managerial career – in numbers

Claudio Ranieri led Leicester to the title in 2016. [Picture: Nick Potts/PA Wire]

Claudio Ranieri has taken over as Fulham manager, replacing the sacked Slavisa Jokanovic.

Here’s a looks at the former Chelsea boss and Leicester title-winner’s managerial career in numbers.

17 – teams managed by Ranieri – Fulham are his 16th club, in four different countries and with two spells at Valencia, while he also briefly managed the Greece national team.

209 – Premier League matches as a manager for Ranieri in six seasons with Chelsea and Leicester, winning almost half of them (104). He has over 1,000 games as a manager across his career.

5,000-1 – Leicester’s title odds in 2015-16 when Ranieri led them to glory. Fulham are currently available at the same odds with several bookmakers to claim the crown this season.

10 – their winning margin in points as they lost only three games all season – home and away to runners-up Arsenal, and against Liverpool at Anfield.

10 – Ranieri is one of only 10 managers to win the league title in the Premier League era. Only Sir Alex Ferguson, Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho have more than one title.

297 – days between Leicester winning the league and Ranieri being sacked following a terrible start to the 2016-17 season.

4 – his reign with Greece lasted just four matches, before a defeat to the Faroe Islands saw him sacked.

39 – all of Jokanovic’s Premier League appearances came under Ranieri’s management at Chelsea, having been the Italian’s first signing for the club.