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Just two-and-a-half months as coach of Greece, Claudio Ranieri is heading toward a pair of key Euro 2016 qualifiers that could put his job at risk.Ranieri took over as Greece's coach after Portugal's Fernando Santos had taken the team to World Cup 2014 .The federation appointed earlier this month former Greece captain Giorgos Karagounis to act as liaison between Ranieri and the players in order to help bridge the communication gap.Karagounis, who at age 37 retired as a player from the Greek squad with a record 139 caps, knows the Italian well after playing two years at Inter Milan.With the arrival of Karagounis, it seems that there is a better understanding between Ranieri and the players.
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