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: Time often passes quickly in football. This means a lot can change in a short space of time, especially in terms of which players are in favour and likewise out of favour at their clubs. It is no different with Panathinaikos in season 2018-19, with a managerial change, a winning start and injuries, all conspiring to leave certain players on the fringes. Some may have a way back, whilst others may never get a chance.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos and Anthony Mounier have been given the worst possible news as the French winger is injured again, only games into his return. However, this time he will be out for at least 6 weeks, meaning he will not play for Panathinaikos again in 2018.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Nikos Dabizas has begun putting into practice his plan to keep the better players at Panathinaikos. It involves the players needing to take a pay cut to remain at the Trifylli for the 2018-19 season, but after that their salary would increase again.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos’ late August signing spring has come to a close with two big additions at the end of the transfer window. The Prasini officially announced their 11th and 12th signings of the summer with Anthony Mounier and Oscar Hiljemark.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos have completed their 10th signing of the summer with Yacouba Sylla, who will replace former captain Carlos Zeca in the Greens’ midfield. Anthony Mounier and Oscar Hiljemark are next in line to sign with the Prasini, two experienced players that are expected to up Panathinaikos’ level for the new season.