GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Nikos Dabizas has begun putting into practice his plan to keep the better players at Panathinaikos. It involves the players needing to take a pay cut to remain at the Trifylli for the 2018-19 season, but after that their salary would increase again.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In signing forward Christos Almpanis, AEK Athens have picked up yet another promising Greek footballer, with the capital giants showing trust in homegrown talent over the past few seasons.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In a surprise twist, the relationship between Manolo Jimenez and Dimitris Melissanidis is threatening to turn sour, with the AEK head coach given 48 hours to decide his future with the Athenians.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In today’s world where money gets thrown about with ease, 1.8 million euros is a drop in the ocean, but AEK’s signing of Marko Livaja is the club’s biggest outlay on a single transfer in a decade.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos and Panionios are set to be deducted 6 points each before the start of next season for falling foul of licensing regulations, following a decision made by Greece’s Professional Football Committee (EEP) on Wednesday.
GREXIT: Attempting to wipe out the possibility of Grexit occuring, FIFA have sent the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) six conditions which have to be implemented over the course of the coming months.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With AEK Athens having received the 2017/2018 Super League trophy in early May, AGONAsport takes a look at how the world lived when the Kitrinomavri last won the Greek title in 1994.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: Ergotelis mathematically assured safety in the Football League with a 5:1 win over Aiginiakos while Sparti, Anagennisi Karditsas, and Aiginiakos will fight it out on the final matchday to avoid the drop.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos’ 2017-18 season has been broken down and analysed from pillar to post and the fact of the matter is the 11th placed finish on 32 points is the worst in the club’s 110 year history. Before this, 8th was the lowest ever finish. The reasons have been well-documented - financial off-field turmoil, 2 point deduction for crowd trouble last season and 6 points deducted from the Wemmer fiasco. Taking these matters into account, the Greens would have finished in 7th with Panionios, still well behind Asteras Tripolis and Xanthi.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: For the first time in Greek football history, the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system was used, as the technology experienced a trial run during the Football League match between Kallithea and Trikala.
AGONASPORT SPOTLIGHT: Experienced midfielder Lazaros Christodoulopoulos enjoyed a career renaissance at AEK Athens, firing the Kitrinomavri to Super League glory and contributing with some fantastic performances.