Slaven Bilic set to quit as Croatia manager after Euro 2012
Friday 11 May 2012
Slaven Bilic has announced that he will step down as coach of Croatia's national team after Euro 2012.
The 43-year-old confirmed the news as he unveiled a provisional squad for the tournament in Poland and Ukraine. Bilic took charge of Croatia in July 2006 and led them to the quarter-finals at Euro 2008.
In other managerial moves, League Two Burton Albion have confirmed caretaker Gary Rowett as their new manager on a non-contract basis.
Meanwhile, PSV Eindhoven have appointed Dick Advocaat as their coach for next season. The 64-year-old Dutchman has agreed a one-year contract after Euro 2012, in which he manages Russia.
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