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Sunday February 16 2020
Ranieri: 'Samp unfortunate'

Sampdoria boss Claudio Ranieri felt his side were unfortunate against Fiorentina, “they only had one shot on goal and we were already 3-0 down.”

The Genoese side were taken apart by Beppe Iachini’s men, with Samp losing 5-1 for the second time in five matches, and Ranieri tried to analyse the match.

“We started the game well, their first goal was an own goal, and the others were from crosses and two penalties,” said Ranieri in his post-game press conference.

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Sunday February 16 2020
Iachini: 'Fiorentina glass half-full'

Fiorentina coach Beppe Iachini says the “glass is half-full” despite recent results, and that he is relishing the battle against "maestro" Claudio Ranieri.

The Viola travel to Genoa to face Sampdoria, the game kicks off today at 14:00 GMT. You can read the match preview here.

Iachini’s side have lost their last three consecutive games in all competitions, but he prefers to be optimistic over their situation.

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Saturday February 15 2020
Ranieri: 'Samp built for 4-3-1-2'

Sampdoria boss Claudio Ranieri says his side were "built to play in a 4-3-1-2," and that the resentment towards referees in Italy "is an ugly thing."

Ranieri’s side welcome Fiorentina to the Stadio Luigi Ferraris tomorrow, with kick off at 14:00 GMT. You can read the match preview here.

Samp won on their last outing, a 3-1 win against Torino.

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Thursday February 13 2020
Ranieri: 'I knew I needed CL at Roma'

Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri has revealed that he knew his stint at Roma would be over without a place in the Champions League.

Last season, the 68-year-old replaced Eusebio Di Francesco at the Olimpico, but only lasted for a few months in the Italian capital.

He has revealed that he was aware of the task in hand and the Giallorossi decided to appoint Paulo Fonseca as their new coach last summer.

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Saturday February 8 2020
Ranieri: 'Samp pick ourselves up'

Claudio Ranieri praised Sampdoria for their comeback to beat Torino 3-1. “We can fall down, but must always have the strength and positivity to pick ourselves up.”

The Granata had taken the lead with Simone Verdi, but three goals in nine minutes from Gaston Ramirez (twice) and Fabio Quagliarella turned it all around.

“This was a vital match for us and by no means a simple situation,” Ranieri told Sky Sport Italia.

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Friday February 7 2020
Ranieri: 'Expected Toro reaction'

Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri says Torino would’ve been fired up regardless of changing their coach, after they’ve shipped 11 goals in two league games.

Ranieri’s men travel to Turin to face Torino tomorrow, with the game kicking off at 17:00 GMT. You can read the match preview here.

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Monday February 3 2020
Ranieri rues Samp errors

Claudio Ranieri was left to rue Sampdoria errors and injuries after a thrilling 4-2 defeat to Napoli. “The moment we get distracted, we concede.”

The Blucerchiati showed great fight to come back from 2-0 down after 16 minutes to draw 2-2, but after losing Fabio Quagliarella to injury, Napoli took control and emerged 4-2 winners.

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Monday February 3 2020
Manolas: 'Ranieri tough to beat'

Kostas Manolas warned Napoli that Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri “knows how to set his teams out well, they are difficult to score against.”

It kicks off at 19.45 GMT, click here for the line-ups and LIVEBLOG.

The Partenopei have won their last two big games against Lazio in the Coppa Italia and Juventus in Serie A, so is the crisis over?

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Sunday February 2 2020
Ranieri: 'Samp needed new signings'

Sampdoria coach Claudio Ranieri says new signings Maya Yoshida and Antonino La Gumina were needed, and that Napoli have found "new life under Rino Gattuso".

The Genoese side play the Partenopei in the Monday night game, with kick off at 19:45 GMT. You can read the match preview here.

Ranieri says his side have to be wary of his old side.

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Sunday January 26 2020
Ranieri: 'A point is always good'

Sampdoria boss Claudio Ranieri was happy with the point against Sassuolo, especially in the aftermath of their 5-1 drubbing against Lazio last week. “A point is always a point.”

Ranieri’s men battled to a 0-0 draw with the Neroverdi, yet the former Roma coach was satisfied given last week’s performance against the Biancocelesti.

“A point is always a point, especially after the defeat in Rome last week,” said Ranieri in his press conference.

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