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At the Manlio Scopigno and Felice Pulici awards at CONI’s Salone d’Onore in Rome, Claudio Ranieri was honored as last season’s best Serie B coach. He said it was a pleasure to be a worthy representative of Italian soccer.
“It’s nice to be and feel a representative of Italy. We’re always labeled as the mafia, spaghetti and things like that. If I’m here to receive this award, it’s thanks to the clubs that have provided me with good players over the years. Giulini then took me back to Cagliari, and I’ll always be grateful to him. Like the players who gave me that last-minute thrill,” said the Cagliari coach. VoceGialloRossa.it reports.