Claudio Ranieri in race to take over as new Guinea coach

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From Mohamed Fajah Barrie
BBC Sport, Sierra Leone
Former Chelsea and Leicester City coach Claudio Ranieri has been shortlisted for the position of Guinea national coach.
Ranieri, who won the English Premier League with Leicester at 2016, was among 87 applicants to the job and is one of 17 coaches listed for assignment from the Guinea Football Federation (Feguifoot).
According Feguifoot, the 2016 Fifa coach of this year is scheduled to be interviewed on Thursday in Conakry to.
Ranieri is the most high profile coach one of the ones that have applied for your job.
He abandoned Roma in May, having previously coached a Huge array of European clubs including Atletico Madrid, Juventus, Inter Milan, Chelsea, Valencia and Monaco.
Other names on the shortlist are Algeria trainer Georges Leekens, Tunisia and the former Belgium and the DR Congo coach Florent Ibenge.
Former Burkina Faso and Gabon coach Paulo Duarte coach Didier Six are also interviewed.
The new coach will succeed Paul Place who had been sacked after Guinea exited the Africa Cup of Nations in Egypt in the round of 16 stage.
Place was then banned in all football related tasks in Guinea by Feguifoot after he had been found guilty of allegedly breaching its code of area along with the institution’s code of ethics.
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