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Greece to renew coach Michael Skibbe's deal despite World Cup failure

Michael Skibbe was appointed by Greece in 2015.

The Greek football federation has said it will renew national coach Michael Skibbe's contract for another two years despite failure to qualify for the World Cup.

Greece were eliminated by Croatia in a qualification playoff earlier this month.

But the federation said Skibbe would be arriving in Athens to sign a new contract on Thursday.

The 52-year-old German took over in 2015 after Greece's wretched qualifying campaign for the 2016 European Championship, during which they were beaten home and away...

Ex-Greece FA chief Vasilis Gagatsis charged for misuse of donation

ATHENS, Greece -- A Greek prosecutor has brought criminal charges against the former head of the country's football federation for alleged breach of duty over the handling of a UEFA donation in 2008.

Court officials said on Monday the charges are connected with one million Swiss Francs ($1 million) earmarked for rebuilding soccer facilities damaged by forest fires that ravaged parts of southern and central Greece in 2007, killing more than 70.

According to the charges, former federation chief Vasilis...

Croatia's World Cup playoff 'not over' after first-leg win - Zlatko Dalic

The ESPN FC panel discuss Greece's embarrassing defeat at the hands of Croatia in World Cup qualifying.
Croatia's four-goal effort has put them in perfect position heading back to Greece for the second leg.

Croatia coach Zlatko Dalic cautioned that their playoff tie is "not over" despite Thursday's dominant 4-1 win over Greece in the first leg of their UEFA World Cup qualifying playoff.

Two uncharacteristic defensive miscues cost the Greeks, and Dalic said his tactics came off just as planned.

"We had a tremendous game. I've thanked the players and the fans who made us feel like we had an extra man on the pitch," Dalic said. "But it's not over. This was the first game.

"Our aim tonight was to pressure...