Tottenham Hotspur’s match against APOEL is something of a dead rubber. The White Hart Lane club have already qualified for the knockout stages as the winners of Group H.
But what the game does provide – and hear us out here – is an opportunity for fans of obscure Premier League players to catch up with what Giorgos Donis, formerly of Blackburn Rovers, is up to.
And if you want to make a venture of tracking the careers of ex-top flight stars plying their trade as a manager with football’s lesser known teams, Sportsmail has you covered. We’ve put together a list of some of those occupying dugouts around the world below.
Giorgos Donis played for Blackburn and is bringing his APOEL side to Wembley on Wednesday
Dan Petrescu – Cluj
Dan Petrescu was part of a Chelsea side that picked up quite a few trophies between 1997 and 1998, winning the FA Cup, League Cup, Cup Winners’ Cup and the Super Cup. He has already shown the same propensity for success as a manager, winning the Romanian Liga I with Unirea Urziceni in 2009, the Russian First Division in 2010 and the Chinese FA Cup in 2015. Now in charge of Cluj, who top the Romanian top…