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Eredivisie

Young Greeks finding their feet in the Netherlands

Young Greeks finding their feet in the Netherlands

GREEK FOOTBALL ABROAD: The Dutch Eredivisie has always been a great breeding ground for producing talented footballers, and this continues today, even though the league is not at the level it once was. Ajax’s amazing UEFA Champions League run last season reinforces this. A series of young and up and coming Greeks have found their feet in the Netherlands after enjoying great seasons at their respective clubs.

PAOK duo Koulouris and Lamprou drawing interest following breakout seasons

PAOK duo Koulouris and Lamprou drawing interest following breakout seasons

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: After breakout loan seasons, PAOK duo Efthymis Koulouris and Lazaros Lamprou have drawn heavy interest from European clubs. AGONAsport takes a look at their seasons and their potential transfer moves this summer.

Lamprou and Pavlidis impressing in the Eredivisie

Lamprou and Pavlidis impressing in the Eredivisie

GREEK SOCCER ABROAD: Alongside the excellent performances of Marios Vrousai for Willem II, Lazaros Lamprou and Vangelis Pavlidis are also making the headlines in the Netherlands, as the Eredivisie becomes a perfect platform on which for young Greeks to display their talents.

Vrousai an instant hit in the Netherlands

Vrousai an instant hit in the Netherlands

GREEK SOCCER ABROAD: On the 16th of January, 2019 Olympiacos decided to loan young winger Marios Vrousai to Dutch club Willem II with the aim of getting him up to speed and ready to break into the Red’s first team come the summer. So far, he has proved to be an instant hit by acclimatising to the new surroundings and scoring three times in his first six games, as well as notching three assists.

Tsimikas excels in debut Eredivisie campaign

Tsimikas excels in debut Eredivisie campaign

GREEK SOCCER ABROAD: On loan from Olympiacos, young full-back Konstantinos Tsimikas enjoyed a wonderful season at Eredivisie outfit Willem II, impressing enough to earn a probable recall to the Thrylos. AGONAsport investigates further.