Fernando Santos has signed a
contract extension as Greece coach until 2014, the Hellenic
Football Federation said on Friday.
The 57-year-old Portuguese, who succeeded Otto Rehhagel
after the 2010 World Cup, has agreed to a two-year agreement
which means he will be at the helm for the 2014 World Cup
Santos has suffered just one defeat in his 18 matches in
charge of Greece, who have qualified for the Euro 2012 finals.
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