GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With the 2017/2018 Super League season hanging in the balance, deputy Greek Culture and Sports Minister George Vassiliadis has set out a number of conditions which would allow the championship to resume. However, not all clubs are in agreement.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Major changes await Olympiacos in the summer, but the Thrylos have plenty of other options already on their books. With the club having around 15 players currently out on loan, AGONAsport takes a look at their chances of earning a second chance in Piraeus.
GREEK SUPELEAGUE: Dimitris Giannakopoulos and his consortium are closer than ever to buying Panathinaikos FC. Giannakopoulos and his team sent a letter to former owner Giannis Alafouzos outlining their proposal to save the fallen giants.
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: OFI continue to lead the train for promotion after recording their ninth straight win in the Greek Football League. The fight to avoid the drop tightens as Ergotelis, Aiginiakos, Anagennisi Karditsas, Panegalios, and Panserraikos all tasted defeat over the weekend.**HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Struggling Athenian giants Panathinaikos were handed a three-point deduction for their existing debts owed to the club’s former defender Jens Wemmer, but the Greens do have a chance to avoid the punishment.
AGONASPORT SPOTLIGHT: After finding himself in the headlines in the past week for his classy actions during the shameful scenes which we witnessed at the Toumba Stadium, AGONAsport’s Athan Stylos takes a look at Adelino Vieirinha’s return to PAOK this season following six years in Germany.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos have been handed an unlikely window of opportunity in a bid to obtain a license to participate in next season’s edition of the Greek Super League, and subsequently avoid relegation.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: In a recent study conducted by the International Federation of Football History and Statistics (IFFHS), Greek legend Antonios Nikopolidis was declared the 23rd best goalkeeper between 2001 and 2010. 76 goaltenders were included in the list.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Decisions on three separate Super League matches are still ongoing, with no final call made concerning the Olympiacos - AEK, PAOK - Olympiacos and PAOK - AEK fixtures which caused plenty of controversy across Europe. AGONAsport looks at the current state of play.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The already uncertain future Panathinaikos is facing has reached new levels as the alarm bells are ringing louder than ever. The danger centres around a failure to settle with former players in relation to payment and not yet obtain a licence to participate in next season’s edition of the Greek Super League.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens owner Dimitris Melissanidis paid a visit to the Nea Filadelfia region of the Greek capital on Thursday, inspecting the ongoing construction of the club’s new Agia Sofia Stadium.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The representatives of 6 Super League teams, after meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister George Vassiliadis, were in favour of tightening the penalties, but they voiced their disagreement over the suspension of the championship.
BLOGS (ATHAN STYLOS): AGONAsport’s PAOK contributor, Athan Stylos, gives insight into what was supposed to be a clash between Greece’s current top two teams, but resulted in being a shameful and dark night for Greek football.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: On Friday, a hearing is scheduled in connection with Sunday’s Super League debacle in Thessaloniki between PAOK and AEK. Unfortunately for fans of the Dikefalos tou Vorra, the prospects do not look bright.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the scandal during the PAOK - AEK Super League match on Sunday, chairman of the FIFA Monitoring Committee Herbert Hubel gave a press-conference in Athens explaining the possible consequences awaiting the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO).
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In the wake of Sunday’s chaotic scenes in Thessaloniki during a hugely important Super League clash between PAOK and AEK, the Dikefalos tou Vorra have been suspended from the European Club Association (ECA).
GREEK FOOTBALL LEAGUE: The top three, Aris, OFI, and Panachaiki recorded wins in Greek Football League Matchday 21 action and continue to battle it out for promotion to the SuperLeague. Both Panserraikos and Panegialios recorded big wins in their fight to avoid the drop. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK Salonica owner Ivan Savvidis has issued an apology for the invading the pitch with a gun during the controversially cancelled derby clash against AEK on Sunday night which shocked the football world.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It’s not just Greece in shock after Sunday’s disgraceful incident during the PAOK - AEK Super League match in Thessaloniki. The entire footballing world is talking about the unsavoury event at the Toumba Stadium, with the media focusing on PAOK president Ivan Savvidis’ threatening behaviour.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the well-publicised meeting between Panathinaikos BC owner (and hopeful FC owner), Dimitris Giannakopoulos and Deputy Minister of Sport, Giorgos Vassiliadis, in relation to “Athens Alive OAKA”, the next steps have been laid out in a bid to make the 1.1 billion Euro project happen.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Referee George Kominis was a central figure in the shameful events in Thessaloniki which caused the PAOK-AEK derby to be abandoned, and it looks like he will remain that way after the contents of his match report was revealed.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport takes a look at the possible penalties that both PAOK and AEK are facing after the chaotic scenes in the abandoned top of the table clash in Thessaloniki between the two sides on Sunday night.