Sergio Markarian

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Sergio Apraham Markarian (born November 1, 1944 in Montevideo, Uruguay) is a football (soccer) coach of Armenian heritage. He never played football professionally and became a coach in 1974, achieving success in most of the teams he has managed.

He has managed Ionikos, Panathinaikos and Iraklis in Greece and, on February 12, 2015, was named head coach of the National Football Team of Greece.

Titles as a Coach

  • 1983 Paraguayan League with Olimpia Asunción of Paraguay.
  • 1985 Paraguayan League with Olimpia Asunción of Paraguay.
  • 1989 Paraguayan League runner-up and Torneo República champion with Sol de América of Paraguay.
  • 1990/91 Torneo Republica and Torneo de Honor champion with Cerro Porteño of Paraguay.
  • 1992 South American champion with the Under-23 Paraguayan national football team
  • 1993 Peruvian League champion with Universitario de Deportes of Perú
  • 1996/97 Peruvian League champion and Copa Libertadores runner-up with Sporting Cristal of Perú.
  • 1998/99 UEFA Cup qualification with Ionikos FC of Greece.
  • 2002 Qualification to the 2002 FIFA World Cup with the Paraguay national football team
  • 2002 Led Panathinaikos of Greece to the quarter finals of the UEFA Champions League
  • 2003 Led Panathinaikos of Greece to the quarter finals of the UEFA Cup

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