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: According to reports, Frenchmen Yohan Mollo has signed a two-year contract with Panathinaikos and the club is expected to release an official announcement on Friday.
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: Efthymis Koulouris finished as the Super League’s top scorer for the 2018/19 season with 19 goals and AGONAsport takes a closer look at his accomplishments.
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: Olympiacos manager Pedro Martins knows that his players require 100% to defeat arch-rivals Panathinaikos in the Super League, while opposing striker Federico Macheda is eager to hit the target.
FRIDAY FRAPPE: In this week’s edition of the Friday Frappé, AGONAsport’s Peter Katsiris takes a look at how the likes of Olympiacos and Panathinaikos are hoping their recent acquisitions can relive their glory days...
AGONA SCOUTING REPORT: Panathinaikos have finally completed the final piece of the puzzle in their squad by signing striker Federico Macheda. In conjunction with the news, AGONAsport takes a closer look at the Italian’s career to date.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos have pulled off their long-awaited major signing, penning a three-year deal with Italian forward Federico Macheda.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos failed to bring in a foreign striker on Deadline Day (as part of the only foreign signing they are allowed to make) and as a result, Technical Director Nikos Dabizas has turned his attention to free agents who can be signed at any time up until the 14th of September, even though the transfer window has officially ended.