Former US men's coach Panagoulias dies
VIENNA, Va. (AP) — Former U.S. men's team head coach Alketas "Alkis" Panagoulias has died. He was 78.
USA Soccer and the Greek Football Association confirmed Tuesday that he died on Monday.
A native of Greece, Panagoulias led the U.S. men from 1983-85, and also guided the 1984 Olympic team. He later managed Greece from 1992-94 and led his country to its first World Cup appearance in 1994.
The Americans went 6-5-7 with Panagoulias as coach. At the time, Panagoulias' six wins were the second-highest total for a U.S. head coach.
Greek players will wear black armbands during the Euro 2012 quarterfinal against Germany on Friday.
A funeral for Panagoulias will be held on Friday in Falls Church, Va.