GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK skipper Stelios Malezas netted the only goal of the game to lead the Salonica club to a narrow away 1-0 victory over struggling Platanias in a match low on quality in Chania. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK moved back to the top of the SuperLeague on Saturday despite being held to a 0-0 home draw by Apollon Smyrni at the Olympic Stadium, but look to have offered title rivals Olympiacos and PAOK an early Christmas gift. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: An important transfer window is awaiting AEK Athens. With a difficult 2018 approaching, the Kitrinomavri know that enforcements are required if they are to kick on and achieve success both in Greece and Europe. At this moment in time, AEK lead the Super League standings and recently qualified for the Europa League Last 32.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The winter transfer window is nearly here. Greek sides are expected to make moves to bolster their squads next month, but the transfer business as usual will be lighter than during the summer months.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK Thessaloniki are often criticized for a lack of homegrown players, but change could be around the corner. In this year’s Super League season, a small Greek core is starting to appear within the team, something which holds great optimism for the country’s footballing prospects.
AGONASPORT SPOTLIGHT: This is the first installment of a new series called AGONAsport Spotlight, where we take a look at athletes making waves in the world of Greek sports. This first edition features PAOK phenom Dimitris Pelkas and his growing reputation as one of the Thessaloniki giant’s key men.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Panachaiki were only promoted to the Greek Football League for the 2017/2018 season, but the club from Patras are already impressing. After seven games, Panachaiki sit in second place and boast an eye-catching 16 points. AGONAsport takes a brief look at their superb start.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Defiant in the face of adversity, Panathinaikos manager Marinos Ouzounidis has indicated he is here to stay and continue the uphill battle he faces. January has come at a good time for him as he has stated he is prepared to offload several underperformers in the squad in a bid to improve the mentality across the board. This is in spite of all the off-field problems the beleaguered club is facing.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following yet another low point and embarrassment for Panathinaikos fans to deal with from the weekend, moods had temporarily brightened with the news that entrepreneur Spyros Theodoropoulos met with former Panathinaikos players to discuss ways forward without having a huge debt hovering over the club.
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: On Monday, Super League leaders AEK Athens learned their opponents for the Europa League round of 32. The Greeks will do battle against Ukrainian giants Dynamo Kyiv, a club with huge European history. AGONAsport’s Shaun Nicolaides takes a look at what AEK can expect in February.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Aris continued their perfect start to the Greek Football League with an impressive win on the road over Doxa Dramas. Apollon Pontou returned to winning ways while Panegialios, Sparti, Trikala, Panserraikos, and Aiginiakos celebrated victories over the weekend.**HIGHLIGHTS**
UEFA EUROPA LEAGUE: AEK will matchup against Dynamo Kyiv in the UEFA Europa League Round of 32. The first match will be in Athens on February 15th with the return leg scheduled for February 22nd in Kiev.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK piled on the misery for Panathinaikos on Sunday, thumping a below-par Greens 4-0 at the Toumba in a tense matchday 14 North-South derby clash to climb into second place in the SuperLeague table. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Asteras Tripolis’ incredible run of form continued on Sunday as the Arcadians chalked up a fifth win in succession with a 3-1 away success at Apollon Smyrnis, while PAS Giannina and Lamia shared the spoils of a 1-1 draw. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Atromitos kept up with the SuperLeague pacesetters on Sunday courtesy of a 1-0 home win over Levadiakos at the Peristeri Municipal Stadium in a tightly-contested matchday 14 clash.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Panachaiki claimed a hugely important 2:1 away victory at OFI Crete, a win which takes the Patras club up to second place in the Football League standings ahead of OFI. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Olympiacos moved back to the top of the Superleague on Saturday after they proved too strong for battling Panaitolikos, winning 4-1 in Agrinio as they looked to put their Champions League disappointments firmly behind them.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panionios cemented their place in the top five on Saturday thanks to a hard-fought 2-1 home win over Platanias at the Nea Smyrni Stadium, while Larissa propelled themselves up to seventh place after a late 1-0 win over Xanthi. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It’s all change in Thessaloniki. PAOK currently occupy third place in the Super League standings, but head coach Razvan Lucescu is determined to improve his squad even further. In recent reports, it became public that three players have been shown the door.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens’ return to their historic home in Nea Filadelfeia is getting closer. During the week, the Super League leaders revealed that the first stage of the process has been completed 15 days ahead of scheduled.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Babis Lykogiannis’ performances this season for Sturm Graz have given rise to fresh transfer gossip regarding his future. The Greek international is having the strongest season of his career in Austria with 20 appearances along with two goals and one assist in all competitions. With his contract set to run out this coming summer, the left-back has seen a few sides express serious interest in his services.