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Claudio Ranieri was hailed as a national hero in Italy after coaching Leicester to a highly improbable Premier League title.Leicester was playing in the second division only two years ago, came close to be relegated again last year, and started this season as a 5,000-1 outsider for the title.The 64-year-old Ranieri was known as a journeyman coach who never won any major titles in a career that saw him bounce from club to club, rarely staying more than a couple of seasons.As a coach, Ranieri won an Italian Cup at Fiorentina, the French second division with Monaco, and some other minor titles, but had never claimed a major domestic championship.After being fired by Juventus, Ranieri spent a season and a half in charge of his hometown club, Roma.
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