SubscribeSubscribe

Croatia caused the first real shock of Euro 2008 by beating the well-fancied Germans and have topped Group B. See how this has changed the outright betting here.

Former Chelsea assistant manager Henk Ten Cate has been appointed as the new coach of Panathinaikos, the Greek Super League club has confirmed.

Ten Cate, who was sacked by Chelsea shortly after the dismissal of manager Avram Grant last month,succeeds Jose Peseiro, who resigned in May.

“In my career I have been used to working at the highest level of competition and that’s one of the reasons why I consider this new step to be a great challenge,” Ten Cate told the club’s Web site (www.pao.gr)

“Panathinaikos’ organisation, history, ambition and attitude towards football in general match those of the greatest football clubs in Europe.”

Croatia caused the first real shock of Euro 2008 by beating the well-fancied Germans and have topped Group B. See how this has changed the outright betting here.

Kelsey Media Ltd
The Granary, Downs Court
Yalding Hill
Yalding
Kent ME18 6AL
01959 541444
www.kelsey.co.uk

© 2022 Kelsey Media Ltd

Save 50% today!

Subscribe to World Soccer magazine and receive your first 13 issues for only £38.94!