GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Bosnia received a range of sanctions handed out by FIFA last week for the trouble that resulted in their qualifier against Greece in June. FIFA imposed a one-match stadium ban on the Bosnian team meaning that their next qualifier at home against Belgium will be played without fans and cannot be played at the Zenica Stadium.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: According to reports out of Bosnia, FIFA has begun their investigation on the scuffle that took place between the players and coaching staff after Greece’s World Cup qualifier against Bosnia in Zenica.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Last week, the Greek National Team made a moving gesture. The players all agreed to donate their pay from international duty against Bosnia to Vangelis Elefteriadis. Little Vangeli is 5-year-old child from the United Kingdom who suffers from a very rare and aggressive form of cancer, Stage 4 Neuroblastoma.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: In light of the tremendously successful friendly played recently in Heraklion between the 2004 Greek National Team and the 2010 Champions’ League winning Inter Milan side, the Heraklion Football Clubs Association (EPS Heraklion) want to organize an even bigger friendly in the future.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: After matchday six action in Group H of FIFA World Cup qualifying, Greece remain in control of second place, which leads to a spot in the playoffs. AGONAsport brings you all the details.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Bosnian assistant coach Stefan Zili spoke with ERA Spor and apologized for his actions, stating that he has no excuses. He did, however, put part of the blame on Giannis Gianniotas.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Bosnia coach Mehmed Bazdarevic showed no remorse for his assistant’s actions during the scuffle between Greece and Bosnia which resulted in two lost teeth for Greece international Giannis GIanniotas.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece forward Yannis Gianniotas had a tooth knocked out by one of Bosnia Herzegovina’s assistant coaches as tempers flared following the end of Friday’s goalless World Cup qualifying draw between the two teams in Zenica. **VIDEO/PICS**
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece secured a vital point in their World Cup qualifying campaign after holding Bosnia Herzegovina to a goalless draw in a tense Group H encounter in Zenica on Friday. **HIGHLIGHTS**
BLOGS (SARANTOS KAPERONIS): On Friday, Greece will play one of their most important games in recent years when they travel to Bosnia for a critical World Cup qualifier. It has been a pleasant surprise to once again see the Greek national team fighting for a place at a major tournament midway through the qualifying process.