Olympiacos F.C. Update On May 25th 2009, it was announced that Temuri Ketsbaia will manage Olympiacos from the 2009/2010 season, and will do so as part of a 3 year deal. Ketsbaia, who played for the Georgia national team, as well as club teams such as Newcastle United, AEK Athens, and Anorthosis Famagusta, began his management career with the latter, in which during his first full season with the club he helped the team win the Cypriot First Division championship. As well as this honour in 2005, he also won the league in 2008, and in 2007 won both the Cypriot Cup and Cypriot Super Cup. He also made Anorthosis Famagusta the first ever Cypriot team to qualify for the group stages of the UEFA Champions League, in which during the 2008/2009 campaign of the European competition, his team won one game, drew three, and lost two, which even though this mounted up to a 6 point total, they unfortunately finished bottom of their group, despite a very good showing. To qualify for the UEFA Champions League group stages his team happened to defeat Olympiacos by a 3-1 aggreagate. On June 23rd 2009, Olympiacos completed the signing of English striker Matt Derbyshire on a four year deal. Derbyshire impressed during a loan spell with the club which ran from January 28th 2009 to the season close, in which in 13 appearances for Olympiakos, Derbyshire found the net 8 times. It is believed that the fee that Olympiacos payed Blackburn Rovers for his services was in the region of £3m.