SUPER LEAGUE: AGONAsport takes a look at six well-known Super League players who could still possibly leave their respective clubs this summer.
SUPER LEAGUE: AGONAsport analyses the performances of 10 of the best players who shone in the 2018/2019 Super League campaign.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Nick Tsambouniaris looks back on shrewd Panathinaikos signings over the past few years amidst financial turmoil.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: A summer of rebuilding at Panathinaikos begins as Dabizas seeks to tie down key players, while Coulibaly departs after a three year spell.
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: 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.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: After picking up an injury on Friday, midfielder Dimitris Kourbelis has left the Greek national team, meaning he won’t participate in the upcoming UEFA Nations League match against Finland.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the appointment of Giorgos Donis as head coach, Panathinaikos trained for the first time, but it seems that Finnish midfielder Robin Lod is departing.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: They may not be the biggest team in Greece, but their academy is having a huge effect on the development of the country’s football. Asteras, a relatively modest club located in Tripoli, continue to produce players of real quality, nurturing some of the best talent in the Super League. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport presents to you the Greek Super League Best XI of the season as voted for by AGONAsport readers and the site’s writers.
BLOGS (NICK TSAMBOUNIARIS): AGONAsport’s Nick Tsambouniaris praises Panathinaikos captain, Dimitris Kourbelis, for his stance on deadline and determination to lead the club during these difficult times.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The future of young Panathinaikos captain Dimitris Kourbelis received a lot of media attention throughout the January transfer window. This was to be expected given the financial situation at Panathinaikos, especially since club management deemed the Greek international defensive midfielder as the “biggest asset”.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos boss Marinos Ouzounidis appointed Dimitris Kourbelis as the club’s new first captain.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Greece will be without their captain Vassilis Torosidis and Panathinaikos man Dimitris Kourbelis for the upcoming qualifiers against Estonia and Belgium.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It was a busy day at the office for Panathinaikos and AEK as each club announced a new signing to their respective rosters. Ognjen Vranjes became AEK’s second signing of the winter while Panathinaikos made their first signing of the transfer window with Dimitris Kourbelis from Asteras Tripolis.