SUPER LEAGUE: Panathinaikos supporters held a large protest against Giannis Alafouzos on Sunday, with Gate 13 refusing to attend the Derby of the Eternal Enemies with Olympiacos in the Super League.
SUPER LEAGUE: Panathinaikos and Giannis Bouzoukis agreed to a new contract which sees the young midfielder remain in Green until 2022.
SUPER LEAGUE: A share capital increase, new season ticket idea, and a change in kit manufacturers headline an array of off-field developments at Panathinaikos.
SUPER LEAGUE: Normality is further away than ever at Panathinaikos due to the bleak financial outlook and lack of investment.
SUPER LEAGUE: Panathinaikos fans have endured another season to forget, after a promising start came unstuck following a run of poor form and negative headlines out of the control of the players and Giorgos Donis. Frustration and bitterness possibly best sum up this season for the Greens.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos set to become debt free by 2020 for the first time in years after fresh investment from Giannis Alafouzos and new ERT deal.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos look to become more sustainable in the future and appear close to securing a licence to participate in next season’s edition of the Greek Super League without any dramas.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos look to add quality, character, depth and experience to a youthful squad with endless potential. AGONAsport’s NIck Tsambouniaris investigates.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport takes a closer look at the debt of Panathinaikos since 2012 when Giannis Alafouzos became majority owner.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: There is positive news on the Panathinaikos licencing front as the club settles debts with several former players and coaches.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Panathinaikos announce share capital increase of six million Euro, as a bullet is dodged with Pairoj Piempongsant.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Pairoj Piempongsant and his Pan Asia consortium are all but out of the running to acquire Panathinaikos as the share capital increase that paved the way for the takeover has officially expired, meaning he can no longer contribute to the club.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Now that three successive derbies have passed and the League is on hold due to the International Break, the Panathinaikos world has turned its attention to Pairoj Piempongsant and Pan Asia. Over a month ago, the Thai businessman agreed a deal with Giannis Alafouzos to buy his majority shares in the club. From here, he was expected to contribute 47 million Euro.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport's Nick Tsambouniaris talks about the developments of the Pan Asia transition while Giannis Alafouzos continues to fund the club for day to day operations.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Now that the well-documented Pan Asia takeover of Panathinaikos is well and truly underway following this week’s developments, here is an insight into the history of the club’s off-field ownership over the years from 1979 onwards, when Greek football became professional.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As revealed yesterday, months of endless speculation was brought to an end with Giannis Alafouzos confirming Thai businessman Pairoj Piempongsant has bought 50% of his shares in Panathinaikos FC. Now that the first phase of the drawn out takeover has been completed, more details of the deal have surfaced.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: After six months of negotiations, a deal finally seems to be happening for Panathinaikos FC, with Giannis Alafouzos releasing an official statement to reveal that his 50% stake in the club is being handed over to Pairoj Piempongsant from Pan Asia.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Pan Asia’s acquisition of Panathinaikos FC has taken some time and after last week’s news of Pairoj Piempongsant not investing into the club for the first time as promised after the share capital increase, fear grew that the deal may have stalled yet again, or even worse, be off the table.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The rumour of Pairoj Piempongsant and his Pan Asia consortium acquiring Panathinaikos FC from the hugely unpopular Giannis Alafouzos first circled in May. A deal was expected to be struck quickly, however, lengthy negotiations ensued in a marathon of summer talks.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: New off-field developments have emerged in Panathinaikos world. The proposed Pan Asia takeover has dragged on throughout the entire summer, however, after the most recent developments, there is a suggestion that it will in fact happen eventually.