1. Claude Puel spent his entire playing career with Monaco, before becoming manager of the club, leading them to the league title in his first full season in charge.
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2. Claude Puel started his football career as a youth with Castres FC, where he was spotted by AS Monaco, joining their training centre in 1977.
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3. Claude Puel was appointed as the manager in January 1999.
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4. Claude Puel won the French Championship in 2000, with players such as Ludovic Giuly and Marcelo Gallardo.
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5. Claude Puel joined Olympique Lyonnais, the team who had won the last seven French league titles, on a four-year contract on 18 June 2008.
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6. On 23 May 2012, Claude Puel reached agreement on a three-year deal with OGC Nice.
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7. On 30 June 2016, Claude Puel was appointed the manager of Southampton on a three-year deal.
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8. Claude Puel was particularly criticised for his defensive tactics, with Southampton's scoring record one of the poorest in the league.
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9. On 25 October 2017, Claude Puel was appointed as the new manager of struggling Premier League side Leicester City, replacing recently sacked Craig Shakespeare, on a contract running until June 2020.
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10. Claude Puel joined Leicester in 13th place and helped the club climb up the table to finish in ninth position.