SUPER LEAGUE: PAOK have shipped Thibault Moulin, Amr Warda and Ergys Kace out on loan for the 2019/2020 season.
BASKET LEAGUE: When the 2018/2019 season finished, there were major issues concerning the very existence of PAOK BC, but Ivan Savvidis appears to have come to the rescue.
SUPER LEAGUE: PAOK received 3.5 million euros for the transfer of Efthymis Koulouris marking the highest selling price for a player that has come from the club's academy. In addition, Koulouris’ move rounds up the top-five highest sellings in the Ivan Savvidis era at PAOK. AGONAsport takes a closer look.
SUPER LEAGUE: Ivan Savvidis has made a new capital share increase in PAOK, while the management continue working on keeping the core of the team together for the 2019/2020 season.
AGONA SPOTLIGHT: The dream has finally become a reality. After years of trying, PAOK have eventually returned to the top of the Greek pile, winning the Super League for the first time since 1985. In connection with the triumph, the AGONA Spotlight takes a closer look at PAOK supremo Ivan Savvidis.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The Toumba Stadium was an emotional place to be on Sunday evening, as PAOK clinched their first Greek championship in 34 years with a 5:0 thrashing of Levadiakos to move five points clear of Olympiacos with only one round remaining.
GREEK A1 BASKET LEAGUE: Phil Goss and William Hatcher returned to the PAOK lineup after a financial dispute between the players and the club was settled with the help of the Savvidis family…
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: 2018 was a memorable, albeit hugely controversial, year for Greek club football. AGONAsport investigates.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK owner Ivan Savvidis and the Greek government have engaged in negotiations surrounding the possibility to constructing a new stadium for the Dikefalos tou Vorra.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As expected, PAOK have taken the AEK case to the Court of Arbitration, hoping for the club’s punishments to be revoked.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The Disciplinary Committee finally revealed its decision concerning the chaotic match between PAOK and AEK in Thessaloniki, handing AEK a 3:0 win while giving PAOK a three-point deduction and ordering the Dikefalos tou Vorra to play three home matches behind closed doors. PAOK also lose two points from the upcoming 2018/2019 Super League season.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The representatives of 6 Super League teams, after meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister George Vassiliadis, were in favour of tightening the penalties, but they voiced their disagreement over the suspension of the championship.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: On Friday, a hearing is scheduled in connection with Sunday’s Super League debacle in Thessaloniki between PAOK and AEK. Unfortunately for fans of the Dikefalos tou Vorra, the prospects do not look bright.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the scandal during the PAOK - AEK Super League match on Sunday, chairman of the FIFA Monitoring Committee Herbert Hubel gave a press-conference in Athens explaining the possible consequences awaiting the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO).
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: In the wake of Sunday’s chaotic scenes in Thessaloniki during a hugely important Super League clash between PAOK and AEK, the Dikefalos tou Vorra have been suspended from the European Club Association (ECA).
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: PAOK Salonica owner Ivan Savvidis has issued an apology for the invading the pitch with a gun during the controversially cancelled derby clash against AEK on Sunday night which shocked the football world.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It’s not just Greece in shock after Sunday’s disgraceful incident during the PAOK - AEK Super League match in Thessaloniki. The entire footballing world is talking about the unsavoury event at the Toumba Stadium, with the media focusing on PAOK president Ivan Savvidis’ threatening behaviour.
BLOGS (GREG GAVALAS): AGONAsport’s AEK contributor, Greg Gavalas, gives his opinions about the incidents that occured at the Toumba stadium on Sunday.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: After a big win over Ostersunds in the first leg of the Europa League playoffs, PAOK have turned some of their attention to the signings department. Vieirinha and El Kadouri are close to a move to Thessaloniki while Athanasiadis looks to be leaving the club for Israel.