Claudio Ranieri bid farewell to Fulham
Sacked Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri on Friday visited the club’s players in his final visit to the team before he left.
The coach who was sacked four months into his appointment also wished Scott Parker, the interim manager success with the team.
Parker who takes charge has a daunting task salvaging the club from imminent relegation with 10 matches to go.
Speaking shortly after he left the players, Reineri described the Parker as a good and attentive person. “He is a very good guy. He is very attentive. I wish him all the best,” he said.
Ranieri had replaced Slavisa Jokanovic at Craven Cottage in November but managed just three wins in his 17 matches.
Roy Hodgson says Claudio Ranieri ‘has done nothing wrong professionally’ to deserve being sacked by Fulham.
“Every shot [against us] was a goal. For us it was very hard to get back. Also, when we scored early we would then concede a goal and draw or lose the match. This is football, it’s okay.”
Parker’s first game in charge will be against his former club Chelsea on Sunday before fixtures against Leicester, Liverpool and Manchester City.