Former Rams striker Fabrizio Ravanelli has resigned from his latest managerial Job at Arsenal Kiev after just 9 games in charge.
Ravanelli had only joined the Ukrainian Premier League side in June and since joining his record has not been one of success. His side managed just 1 win 1 draw and had lost 7 games. The run of results saw Arsenal Kiev bottom of the Ukraine Premier League table
This isn’t the first managerial post Ravanelli has left and after failing in his first appointment in French football, it looks as though he isn’t going to repeat his glittering personal success as a player.
Derby County was Ravanelli’s club from 2001 to 2003. He played 49 times for the Rams and scored 14 goals. Derby County was in the Premier League when Ravanelli joined them and struggled to pay his huge wages even after he had left the club. A rumoured payment of around £3m had to be made after Ravenelli left the club in lieu of wages.