Former Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri has been appointed manager of the Greece national football team.
The 62-year-old Italian has signed a two year deal and takes over from Fernando Santos who steered Greece to the Last-16 at this summer’s World Cup.
Ranieri has managed 14 teams at club level, but this is his first foray into International football.
As well as Chelsea, Ranieri has managed clubs including Juventus, Roma and Inter Milan.
He has been tasked with the job of guiding the 2004 European champions through qualifying and into Euro 2016 which takes place in France.