Rraklli began his career in 1987 at Besa Kavaja. In 1992, Rraklli for SC Freiburg in the second Bundesliga. With 16 goals, he was very successful in his first season and had thereby share in the initial rise of Freiburg in the Bundesliga. Rraklli quickly became a crowd favorite of Breisgauer, even if he sometimes drew attention to himself by rants against referees. In the 1st Bundesliga Rraklli could, not least because his heart muscle inflammation in the fall of 93, do not hold his place in the Breisgauern long. After he had (93 /94) came in the first year of 21 - times used ( six goals), he was in the following season (1994 /95) used only 17 times without scoring a goal.
During the winter break of the 1995/96 season, he joined the then second division side Hertha BSC. In the Berliners he came in one and a half seasons 28 times for use, scoring five goals. In 1997 he moved on to SpVgg Unterhaching. A total of five years Rraklli played there and was one of the performers at a guest performance in the Bundesliga from 1999 to 2001. According to the descent 2001, he remained one year at Unterhaching, before moving to Diyarbakirspor in Turkey. In August 2003 he returned again to Germany, this time for SSV Jahn Regensburg. In his 21 appearances at Regensburg, however, he made only two goals and could not avoid relegation from the second division.
Rraklli changed therefore the Albanian SK Tirana, with which he was first in his career champion in 2005 with 19 goals and was one of the most prolific players. In July 2006 Rraklli went back to his hometown club KS Besa Kavaja, where he ended his career in the summer of 2007.
In April 2009, he decided, yet again to play football. He signed a contract for the remaining six games of the season Bayern League for SpVgg Bayern Hof.
In the Bundesliga Rraklli completed a total of 111 games (16 goals). In the second Bundesliga Rraklli played a total of 171 times, scoring 42 goals.
In the Albanian national Rraklli played between 1995 and 2005 63 times, scoring eleven goals, including one against the German national team in Kaiserslautern.
He founded in 2009 the Albanian Women's Football club Tirana AS and won him the first Albanian women's soccer championship.
Since 2011 he trained the Albanian national women's team.
- Albanian champion: 2005
- Albanian Cup Winners: 2006, 2007
- Promotion to the German Bundesliga: 1993, 1999