World News – GB – Mick McCarthy appointed new APOEL manager on the Cypriot side


The 61-year-old returns to the dugout seven months after stepping down as Republic of Ireland boss for the second time his first role in a club outside of England

APOEL, the defending Cypriot First Division champion, broke the news on his website, with McCarthy signing a deal until May 2022

McCarthy’s longtime assistant Terry Connor, who has worked with him at Wolves, Ipswich and with the Republic, has also joined the team

APOEL are the most successful team in Cypriot league history, but have had a poor start to the season and are currently in 10th place with nine points in eight games

A four-game winless streak was the end of Greek coach Marinos Ouzounidis, Nicosia’s 12th permanent coach since 2015

A statement on apoelfccomcy said of McCarthy and Connor: “We wish them both at APOEL and we want them immediately to help the team get back to good and substantial performance so they can achieve their goals, which are to win titles »

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World News – GB – Mick McCarthy appointed new manager of Cypriot team APOEL


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