GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: An ineffective Greece slumped to a low-key 1-0 friendly loss to World Cup-bound Switzerland at the Olympic Stadium in Athens on Friday as its first match of 2018 failed to capture the imagination.**HIGHLIGHTS**
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 NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Following the FIFA World Cup disappointment against Croatia, Greek national team head coach Michael Skibbe had time to think about preparations for Euro 2020 qualifying and the UEFA Nations League. When announcing his roster to play Switzerland and Egypt in friendly matches, the German displayed that he’s willing to give new faces a chance.
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.
YOUTH GREEK NATIONAL TEAMS: Both the Greek U17 and U19 national teams kick off in the Elite qualifying round for the EURO 2018 finals. AGONAsport.com gives you the lowdown on the two teams and what they need to do to qualify for this summer’s finals.
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**