SUPER LEAGUE: In Tuesday’s Super League Board of Directors meeting, a playoff and playout format was approved for the the 2019/20 Super League season where the league champion, European places, and relegation will be decided.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: There are three proposals on the table regarding next year’s Super League format while the Cup could move to a knockout format, without group stages, and a two-legged final. Meanwhile, Iraklis released a statement asking for the Super League 2’s increase to 14 teams.
GREEK SOCCER CUP: Greek Cup champions Dimitris Pelkas and Chuba Akpom were delighted to create history for PAOK, whereas AEK captain Petros Mantalos felt ashamed to lose against the same opponent in the final for the third successive campaign.
GREEK SOCCER CUP: PAOK lifted the Greek Cup for the third time in as many seasons and sealed their first-ever domestic double on Saturday after defeating rivals AEK 1-0 at the Olympic Stadium in Athens in an evenly-matched encounter. **HIGHLIGHTS**
GREEK SOCCER CUP: The 2018/2019 Greek Cup final between AEK and PAOK will take place without fans, with Deputy Greek Minister for Culture and Sport Giorgos Vasiliadis confirming the news on Monday morning.
GREEK SOCCER CUP: No final decision concerning the Greek Cup final between AEK and PAOK was made during Thursday’s meeting, but the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) has revealed that it’s in favour of playing the match in the presence of supporters.