GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It was another summer of doom and gloom at Panathinaikos with off-field uncertainty higher than ever. Whoever took over the reigns from Marinos Ouzounidis had to be prepared to face the battle of a lifetime. Enter former Panathinaikos midfielder Giorgos Donis. The man pursued by multiple clubs, the man who knocked back a reported offer of 3 million Euro per season from the Middle East to coach at his former club on a 250,000 Euro deal.
BASKETBALL CHAMPIONS LEAGUE: Both AEK and Promitheas managed narrow wins while Telekom Baskets Bonn ruined a special night for PAOK in Thessaloniki on Gameday 2 in the Basketball Champions League… **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: In the coming days, Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) president Evangelos Grammenos and Greek national team head coach Michael Skibbe are preparing to meet, with the pair set to discuss ending their cooperation.
SPONSORED CONTENT: Obviously, the most popular kind of sport is football. This year, the Champions League is seeing quite intense competition, as several clubs pretend for the victory at the same time. One of the main rivals is French “PSG”. The reigning champion of the League 1 has one of the best squads in the world, due to which the coach of the team, Thomas Tuchel, can establish the rotation policy and let the leaders have a rest.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the recent Super League derby between AEK and Olympiacos, star midfielder Konstantinos Fortounis has been hit with a one-match ban for his abusive language towards the home supporters.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Sticking to its new tactic, the Super League organisation has appointed a foreign referee for the upcoming Thessaloniki derby between Aris and PAOK, handing Italian Daniele Doveri the task of keeping order.
GREEK U21 NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Having finished in second place of Group 1, Greece U21 will play either Austria, Poland or Portugal in the playoffs to reach the 2019 UEFA European Championship. AGONAsport investigates.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Not much was expected of Panathinaikos this season, but despite possessing one of the youngest squads in Europe, the Athenians have performed exceptionally. AGONAsport looks at the facts.
CYPRIOT SOCCER: Cyprus visited Slovenia for the 4th game of the UEFA Nations League and played to a 1:1 draw, despite taking the lead and putting together a strong performance. In the previous encounter between the two teams, Cyprus came back to record a 2:1 win at the GSP stadium. **HIGHLIGHTS**
BLOGS (GREG GAVALAS): AGONAsport’s Ethniki, contributor, Greg Gavalas talks about the immediate need of Skibbe’s termination after two dreadful matches against Hungary and Finland, where the same repeated mistakes were exposed.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In recent months, there has been uncertainty surrounding the introduction of the Video Assistant Referee (VAR) system, with the signs now suggesting it will join the Super League in early 2019.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Following the disappointing UEFA Nations League defeat to Finland, the future of Greek national team head coach Michael Skibbe has been called into serious question, with Angelos Anastasiadis set to replace him.
AGONASPORT LEGENDS: At the age of 33, famous Greek forward Georgios Samaras decided to hang up his boots after an unsuccessful season at Samsunspor, ending a career which saw him become a hero for the Ethniki Omada and create headlines with Celtic. AGONAsport analyses his achievements.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: In Tampere, Greece dropped a poor 0:2 defeat to Group 2 rivals Finland in League C of the UEFA Nations League, a result which frustrated Ethniki Omada head coach Michael Skibbe.
GREEK U21 NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece’s Under-21 side secured a playoff place for the 2019 UEFA European Championship on Monday after defeating Belarus 2-0 in their final Group 1 clash at the Peristeri Municipal Stadium in West Athens.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greek national team head coach Michael Skibbe has named his line-up to play Finland in the UEFA Nations League at the Tampere Stadium (kick-off 21:45 GR), replacing the injured Dimitris Kourbelis with Alexandros Tziolis.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece face Finland in a pivotal UEFA Nations League match, and taking into account the previous history between the two countries, it promises to be a tense encounter. AGONAsport investigates. **VIDEOS**
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: With the two countries set to play each other in an important UEFA Nations League duel, Finland boss Markku Kanerva is aware of the Greeks’ capabilities, while Michael Skibbe doesn’t consider his team the favourite.