GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Giorgos Donis used a whopping 29 players in his first season at the helm of Panathinaikos. Clearly, this figure is way too high should a team have ambitions of winning silverware, however, given the circumstances at the club, his hands were tied.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Italian site “Mediagol” has made a tribute in relation to the biggest talents under 20 years of age in world football, and Greek duo Argiris Kampetsis and Christos Giousis have featured. The pair both ply their trade in the Greek Super League for Panathinaikos and AEK respectively, and they have clearly caught the eye in Italy.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In what comes as a major setback to a stumbling Panathinaikos as they prepare to travel north to face a notoriously tricky PAS Giannina, star striker Federico Macheda will sit out due to an accumulation of yellow cards (he has received a total of four to date). The Italian forward has brilliantly spearheaded the Greens’ attack this season and he has found a home in Athens at the club.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The season is still fresh and their careers are only just taking off, but Giorgos Donis has unearthed a host of “diamonds” in Panathinaikos’ head-turning start, as well as reviving the careers of several others after they were at a crossroads. Here are the best picks.
AGONA SCOUTING REPORT: Panathinaikos finally got their man last week after lengthy negotiations that dragged on all summer with Borussia Dortmund. In connection with the news, AGONAsport looks at the young Greek forward’s career to date.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following rumours in the media, Panathinaikos have confirmed the transfers of young forwards Nikos Vergos and Anargyros Kampetsis, signing the two on three-year contracts from Olympiacos and Borussia Dortmund respectively.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As the summer transfer window approaches its climax, Panathinaikos are close to signing forwards Anargyros Kampetsis and Nikos Vergos, while businessman Pairoj Piempongsant is travelling to Greece.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport’s Nick Tsambouniaris takes a look at the developments at Panathinaikos both on and off the pitch.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos, hit with damaging transfer limitations, are in contact with three Greek youngsters as the pre-season begins. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
GREEK SOCCER ABROAD: The next generation of Greek players offers real hope to the country’s future in world football. In a special featured article, AGONAsport looks at six of Greece’s best young talents playing abroad in some of the world’s biggest footballing nations.