Claudio Ranieri believes he can keep Fulham in the Premier League, saying he is "mad, but not stupid" after taking over at Craven Cottage this week.
Ranieri replaced Slavisa Jokanovic with the Cottagers bottom of the table with just five points from 12 games, after spending north of £100 million following promotion to the top flight. Inconsistencies in selection and a terrible defensive record have lead to their dire position, but Ranieri thinks there is still hope.
Fulham have sacked Slavisa Jokanovic as manager and replaced him with former Leicester City boss Claudio Ranieri, the club announced on Wednesday.
Ranieri, 67, led Leicester City to their improbable 2015-16 Premier League title triumph. The Italian, whose most recent job at French club Nantes ended in May, moves to Craven Cottage with the club bottom of the Premier League following their return to the top flight in the summer.
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