ETHNIKI (FOOTBALL): Last year, Vasilis Lampropoulos’ career appeared to be at a crossroads having being frozen out of the AEK team, but he has now earned a return to the Greek national team after getting back on track at Deportivo.
GREEK FOOTBALL ABROAD: On Thursday afternoon, Deportivo La Coruna confirmed the signing of Greek defender Vasilis Lampropoulos, while Alef penned a loan deal with APOEL after spending the previous season with AEK.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Despite the bitter defeat in the Greek Cup final, Manolo Jimenez looks set to remain in his position of AEK head coach, with club owner Dimitris Melissanidis not contemplating the possibility of sacking the Spaniard.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: With the 2018/2019 season entering its final straight, AEK are already starting to make preparations for the summer, as the Athenians are close to securing the services of Giorgos Athanasiadis as a replacement for Vasilis Barkas.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Not long ago, it appeared that Andre Simoes would stay at AEK after further talks with the management, however recent reports are suggesting the midfielder will leave the Athenians. AGONAsport investigates.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: Following the Super League defeat at Panetolikos, AEK owner Dimitris Melissanidis engaged in a heated conversation with the players, ostracizing Vasilis Lampropoulos, Andre Simoes and Anastasios Bakasetas from the team.
GREEK NATIONAL SOCCER TEAM: Following injury issues, Ethniki Omada manager Michael Skibbe has made two changes to the team, calling up Vasilis Lampropoulos and Giannis Fetfatzidis while Odysseas Vlachodimos revealed his desire to represent Greece.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: No fewer than five AEK first team players will be free agents next summer, and if the Enosis don’t get them signing new contracts, serious problems could be on their way to Nea Filadelfeia. AGONAsport investigates.
GREEK SUPERLEAGUE: AEK’s Vassilis Lambropoulos was diagnosed with a ruptured ACL after suffering the injury in Thursday’s Superleague match against Platanias.