Fulham have sacked Claudio Ranieri and are searching for their third director of the period, with the battling London club nineteenth in the Premier League.
Fulham have sacked director Claudio Ranieri after only 16 games in control.
Ranieri leaves Craven Cottage after Wednesday’s 2-0 rout at Southampton left the club nineteenth in the Premier League and ten from security.
First-group coach and previous midfielder Scott Parker has been affirmed as guardian director.
“Claudio’s residency at Fulham didn’t create the result we foreseen and required when I selected him as chief in November, yet be guaranteed he isn’t exclusively to fault for the position we are in today,” said Fulham proprietor Shahid khan in an announcement on the club’s site.
“Claudio strolled into a troublesome circumstance, acquiring a side that increased just a single point in its earlier eight matches, and he gave a prompt lift by driving our Club to nine points in his initial eight matches as chief.
“In spite of the fact that we were not able keep up that pace from there on, I am appreciative for his exertion. Claudio leaves Fulham as our companion and he will without a doubt experience achievement again soon.”