Jose Sa

Greek football with a Portuguese flavour

Greek football with a Portuguese flavour

SUPER LEAGUE: AGONAsport’s Nick Tsambouniaris delves into the Portuguese influence in Greek football in recent years, with an entire starting team on show this season.

Don’t poke the bear

Don’t poke the bear

BLOGS (THEO BOURAS): AGONAsport’s Olympiacos contributor, Theo Bouras, talks about the exciting off-season ahead for a title hungry Olympiacos after the signings of French veteran Mathieu Valbuena and Jose Sa.

Decisions concerning loanees set to be taken

Decisions concerning loanees set to be taken

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: As the summer approaches, decisions concerning loanees will soon have to be taken by Olympiacos, and there are lots of dilemmas. AGONAsport investigates.

Torosidis to miss a month with injury

Torosidis to miss a month with injury

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Early this week, Olympiacos suffered yet another blow on the injury front, as right-back Vasilis Torosidis picked up a serious knock against Apollon Smyrnis in the Super League and will consequently miss a month’s worth of action.

Sa keen to stay, Gianniotis on the way out, interest shown in Koutris

Sa keen to stay, Gianniotis on the way out, interest shown in Koutris

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: FC Porto are prepared to allow Jose Sa to permanently sign for Olympiacos, Andreas Gianniotis is heading for the exit door, while firm interest from England is being shown in Leonardo Koutris. AGONAsport investigates.

Cisse pens new deal, Sa to stay, Fetfatzidis on way out

Cisse pens new deal, Sa to stay, Fetfatzidis on way out

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Pape Abou Cisse has secured an improved contract, Jose Sa convinced the management to attempt to sign him on a permanent basis, but Giannis Fetfatzidis, Yaya Toure and Felipe Pardo could possibly be on their way out. AGONAsport analyses the Olympiacos transfer situation.