Ivan Javanovic to take the helm of Greece’s national football team

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Serbian soccer coach, Ivan Jovanovic is set to take the helm of Greece’s national team after reaching an agreement with the Hellenic Soccer Federation.

According to Ekathimerini, the former coach of Greek powerhouse, Panathinaikos has been without a team since his departure in December. During his time with the “greens,” he guided them to the Greek Cup.

Panathinaikos FC announces the recruitment of coach Ivan Jovanovic, who has signed a one year contract with the Club. Photo pao..gr.
Back in June of 2021, Panathinaikos FC announced the recruitment of coach Ivan Jovanovic, who signed a one year contract with the Club. Photo: pao.gr.

Jovanovic has previously coached Greece’s Niki Volos and Iraklis, Cyprus’ APOEL, the United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Al Nasr, and the UAE national team.

The 61-year-old former player was chosen to lead the Greek national team to the World Cup 2026, which will take place in the United States, Canada and Mexico.

Source: Ekathimerini

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