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  1. Dropped? What was he before? According to the article his worth rose by 100 million dollars since the last list. Wonder where Marinakis and Melissanidis stand? Even more interesting would be to see where Karypidis ranks.
  2. There was a lot of Skyping (or Zooming) by Ivan Savvidis over the weekend about the next season. George Savvidis was placed in charge of transfers by his father, so it looks like Branco will be history after his contract with the team expires in June. Also the elder Savvidis announced his support for Ferreira and mentioned plans for new training facilities. Finally he instructed his front office to bring the budget under control for the upcoming season.
  3. Sixteen teams and no playoffs is a good format. Otherwise make it 12 teams with four rounds of football. Stop this playoff nonsense.
  4. I know what he said, but that might have been just a convenient excuse. I think here is more to the story than both sides are letting out. The relationship between him and George Savvidis might also influenced his decision. In any case Shakhov did not want to stay on the team as he wanted to play in Italy and Canas did not perform as in previous seasons, so I am not sure how helpful they would have been in the CL campaign.
  5. NOVA should not even be in the business televising football games given their clear affiliation with certain teams and biased coverage. They should not be the ones placing demands on how to run the league.
  6. I really doubt Canas and Shakhov were the real reasons why he left. We will never find the real reason just like we didn't when Ivic left. Deep down I even think he left because he could not repeat what he had accomplished the past two seasons with the team: winning two straight doubles. CL group stage was really unattainable. Not with players such as Canas and Shakhov, so that's why I think there were other issues behind his decision. And him quitting just two days before the pre-season training put the whole season in jeopardy.
  7. During a Superleague meeting (vie Skype/Zoom) it was decided to postpone a decision on the resumption of 2019-2020 season until April 24. PAE Panathinaikos proposed to call the season over. PAOK agreed in principle under certain conditions (resolution of the PAOK/Xanthi issue, etc.). Other teams agreed under the condition to increase the next season to 16 team without anybody being relegated. Olympiakos wants to end the season, but only if a champion is declared via vote.
  8. Here is the 2019-2020season PAOK roster including players on loan. Includes information on contract expiration and estimated salaries: GOALTENDERS 31 - Alexandros PASCHALAKIS (1989) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 450,000 (Buyout option: € 8,000,000) 88 - Zivko ZIVKOVIC (1989) - 30-Jun-2022 - € 250,000 Rodrigo REY (1991) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 400,000 - (On loan: Godoy Cruz) Nikos MELISSAS (1993) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 100,000 - (On loan: NFC Volos) 60 -Symeon PAPADOPOULOS (2000) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 10,800 Nikos BOURGANIS (1997) – 30-Jun-2022 RIGH BACK 3 -Leo MATOS (1986) – 30-Jun-2021) - € 610,000 2 - Rodrigo SOARES (1992) – 30-Jun-2022- € 600,000 Eleftherios LYRATZIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 100,000 - (On loan: NFC Volos) CENTER BACK Angel Jose CRESPO (1987) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 680,000 5 - Fernando VARELA (1987) – 30-Jun-2022- € 1,000,000 + bonuses 4 - Sverrir Ingi INGASON (1993) – 30 Jun-2022 - € 450,000 (Buyout option: € 20,000,000) 6 - Enea MIHAJ (1998) – 30-Jun-2023 - € 150,000 (Buyout option: € 7,000,000) Marko MIHOJEVIC (1996) – 31-Dec-2020 - € 120,000 – (On loan: Erzgerbirge Aue) (Buyout option: € 800,000) 49 - Ioannis MICHAILIDIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2023 – € 60,000 (Buyout option: € 4,000,000) Apostolos DIAMANTIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2023 – (Buyout option: € 4,000,000) (On loan: NFC Volos) LEFT BACK 23 - Dimitris GIANNOULIS (1995) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 280,000 (Buyout option: € 1,000,000) 20 - Antelino VIEIRINHA (1986) – 30-Jun-2020 - € 1,300,000 Marios TSAOUSIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2022 - € - (On loan: NFC Volos) DEFENSIVE MIDFIELD 19 - Pontus WERNBLOOM (1986) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 1,100,000 24 - Anderson ESITI (1994) – 30-Jun-2023- € 700,000 8 - Jose MAURICIO (1988) – 30-Jun-2020- € 1,100,000 Thibauld MOULIN (1990) – 31-Dec-2020 – € 550,000 (PAOK pays 75%) (On loan: AO Xanthi) Ergys KACE (1993) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 250,000 (Buyout option: € 5,000,000) (On loan: AE Larisa) Konstantinos BALOGIANNIS (1999) – 30-Jun-2021 (On loan: NFC Volos) Tasos MELETIDIS (1999) – 30-Jun-2020 Dimitrios MELIOPOULOS (2000) – 30-Jun-2023 – Retired CENTRAL MIDFIELD 33 - Douglas AUGUSTO (1997) – 30-Jun-2023- € 250,000 27 - Josip MISIC (1994) – 30-Jun-2020- € 900,000 7 - Omar EL KADDOURI (1990) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 800,000 51 - Theoharis TSIGGARAS (2000) - € 10,800 OFFENSIVE MIDFIELD 10 - Dimitris PELKAS (1993) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 500,000 (€ 10,000,000 buyout option) 21 - Diego BISESWAR (1988) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 750,000 (€ 3,000,000 buyout option) Zisis CHATZISTRAVOS (1999) – 30-Jun-2022 Georgios DOUMTSIS (2000) – RIGHT FORWARD 18 - Dimitrios LIMNIOS - (1988) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 130,000 (€ 10,000,000 buyout option) 98 - Leonardo JABA ( 1998) – 30-Jun-2023 - € 600,000 Antonios GAITANIDIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 85,000 Amr WARDA (1993) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 250,000 (PAOK pays 75%)(€ 3,000,000 buyout option) (On loan: AE Larisa) CENTER FORWARD 47 - Chuba AKPOM (1995) – 30-Jun-2021 - € 800,000 - (€ 15,000,000 buyout option, Arsenal owes 25%) 9 - Karol SWIDERSKI (1997) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 400,000 - (€ 20,000,000 buyout option) Alexandros GARGALATZIDIS (2000) – 30-Jun-2022 - (On loan: AO Xanthi) LEFT FORWARD 22 - Lazaros LAMBROU (1997) – 30-Jun-2023 - € 250,000 99 - Miroslav STOCH (1988) – 30-Jun-2022 - € 1,000,000 Christos TZOLIS (2002) –
  9. I can vouch for the pizza. It's very good. Will you deliver to Chicago? 🍕
  10. Power that be are pushing for Superleague to resume on May 16. There is supposed to be a Supeleague meeting next week to decide that.
  11. Safe here. Working from home since March 16. Love it. I could get used to it. The only problem will be losing the weight I will put on due to all the snacking. Prior to this s%$#! breaking out I booked my airplane tickets for Greece for end of June. Now everything is up in the air. Netflix is getting a workout at my house. Managed to finish the new season of Narcos Mexico. Also saw The English Game which I highly recommend. That way I got to see some form of football on TV.
  12. Reports are that our last SL game against Olympiakos (0:1) was viewed by 120,000 people on PAOK TV. That's a combination of one time purchase and annual subscriptions.
  13. Those salaries are nowhere close to reality, and most of them probably include the 45% taxes owed to the government, as well as performance bonuses Wernbloom is not our highest paid player. His salary is close to 1.1 mil. Vieirinha is our highest paid player at 1.3 mil and PAE PAOK was specific when Vieirinha was signed that his salary will be the highest salary on the team. As for expiring contracts, in June 2020 the contracts of Mauricio, Misic, and Vieirinha are ending. Matos's contract expires as well if he does not play additional 3 games this season. El Kaddouri's contract expires in June 2021 along with quite a few other players.
  14. Looks like for next season PAOK TV is signing a deal with Amazon. Not details were announced, but most likely it means that the games might be included on Amazon Prime and via Firestick.
  15. Well he is serving a four year ban for his doping offense. He has 3 years left before he can compete again. I read an interview with him recently and claims that he is innocent and that he will return to competition after he serves his ban.
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