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1 hour ago, Bardouuu said:

Nikopolidis retiring from the youth team makes me wonder why he was never considered for the national team job. He’s had some good performances with the U-21, last euro qualifiers they went 8-0-1 I believe or something like that and working in the youth system knows a lot of the younger players AND part of the 2004 team. Do you guys think he would be a good man for the job assuming he was interested of course...I’m not particularly familiar with his coaching tactics I’m just looking at his results.

He already came out and said he wants the job and if it was offered to him he would take it.. At this point considering the EPO has no money for a reputable foreign coach I think it might come down to him and Ouzinidis. 

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I've heard the Greek media say Vladimir Ivic could be a possibility to take over. He coached at AEK and PAOK so he is familiar with us. 

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Niko could be the right option. He will inject the youth into this team which it desperately needs. Guys that will come in and go balls to the wall, which in turn should inject the vets with more energy. 

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I wonder if Ange P will have Oudou as an assistant or go for a former 2004 winner instead..hmm.

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14 hours ago, ausgreek said:

I wonder if Ange P will have Oudou as an assistant or go for a former 2004 winner instead..hmm.

According to reports Ange Postecoglou is no longer interested in the NT coaching job. 

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We might as well pick the best Greek coach available because there is no way the EPO will dish out the funds to hire a reputable foreign coach... They already said there budget is around $200,000 eu a year. 

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6 hours ago, Ellada2004 said:

According to reports Ange Postecoglou is no longer interested in the NT coaching job. 

Yes, he re-signed for Yokahama. Well, the next best is Nikopolitis I guess.

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