Ognjen Vranjes

Giannakopoulos returns to Ethniki

Giannakopoulos returns to Ethniki

GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: On Tuesday, it became known that 2004 European champion Stelios Giannakopoulos has returned to the Greek national team in the role of assistant coach, while the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) seem keen on playing two upcoming matches at the Karaiskakis Stadium.

Former AEK stars struggling at new clubs

Former AEK stars struggling at new clubs

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK lost a large number of key players in the summer, but as the statistics show, none of them have been able to kick on from the 2017/2018 season success. AGONAsport takes a closer look.

Life after AEK

Life after AEK

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK Athens won the Super League and qualified for the UEFA Champions League, but that wasn’t good enough for some, with a mass exodus occuring in the summer. AGONAsport investigates how their former players are getting on.


The most expensive departures in AEK’s history

The most expensive departures in AEK’s history

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Bosnian defender Ognjen Vranjes recently left AEK Athens for Anderlecht, costing the Belgians 3.2 million euros plus added bonuses. Following his transfer, AGONAsport takes a look at the the Enosis’ six most expensive departures.


Summer of uncertainty in Nea Filadelfeia

Summer of uncertainty in Nea Filadelfeia

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: The party is well and truly over at AEK Athens. Following the Super League triumph, the Kitrinomavri have received a cold shower, losing key players and their charismatic manager. AGONAsport takes a look at the situation in Nea Filadelfeia.


AGONAsport’s Greek Super League Best XI of 2017/18

AGONAsport’s Greek Super League Best XI of 2017/18

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AGONAsport presents to you the Greek Super League Best XI of the season as voted for by AGONAsport readers and the site’s writers.

Eleven cheap Super League stars

Eleven cheap Super League stars

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Being rich doesn’t necessarily guarantee success. In a special featured article, AGONAsport puts together an eleven-man squad made up of current Super League players who were picked up by their respective clubs for incredibly small sums of money. 
 

New Additions for AEK & Panathinaikos

New Additions for AEK & Panathinaikos

GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: It was a busy day at the office for Panathinaikos and AEK as each club announced a new signing to their respective rosters. Ognjen Vranjes became AEK’s second signing of the winter while Panathinaikos made their first signing of the transfer window with Dimitris Kourbelis from Asteras Tripolis.