Panathinaikos manager Ouzounidis resigns, but could stay on…

Hia final decision will depenend on the developments of the club being slod to the Fund from Asia

Panathinaikos FC manager Marinos Ouzounidis resigned following the club’s last match for the Super League against Ksanthi (Greens lost 2-1 at home), but the Greek coach made it clear that his definitive decision on his future at the club would depend on the outcome of the talks for Pana’s sale to the Fund from Asia.
“I do not think another manager has ever faced such great difficulties in a major club,” he pointed out in the post-match press conference at the Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium.
“The team is here, it appears a solution will be found and I hope it is found soon. I hope that at some point, under other conditions, we will be here again,” he said.

Panathinaikos recorded its worst showing in history, finishing 11th on the table, after it had 8 points deducted due to debts by the ownership and penalties accrued from fan action last season.