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Everything posted by Tzatziki

  1. Besnik Hasi

    Besnik Hasi is an Albanian football manager and former player. Born in Gjakova, SFR Yugoslavia (present day Kosovo), he has 47 caps for Albania, in which he scored twice. Hasi was the first Kosovar Albanian to play for Albania, and is considered by Albanian Sports media as the man who united Kosovo and Albania. Date of birth 29 December 1971 (age 45) Playing position Centre back / Defensive midfielder Managerial career Anderlecht Hasi retired at the end of the 2007–08 season and became the assistant manager of his former club RSC Anderlecht. He signed a two-year contract at the club in 2008. On 10 March 2014, Hasi replaced John van den Brom as head coach. Following two and a half seasons with the club, Hasi was sacked on 26 May 2016 after losing the league title to rivals Club Brugge. Legia Warsaw On 4 June 2016, Hasi was appointed as the new manager of Legia Warsaw. Due to poor results, Hasi was relieved of his duties on 18 September 2016 following a 2–3 league home defeat against Zagłębie Lubin. Olympiakos In early June 2017, Hasi agreed on a two (2) year contract with Olympiakos. link
  2. 40k happy fans in Maroussi tonight.
  3. Other Greeks Abroad

    Apart from Valverde and Michel you're right, this is something that needs to change...
  4. Other Greeks Abroad

    So he impressed in Cyprus big deal! Does not mean he is good enough. About the worst Olympiakos team ever, you are way off. Its a new coach new squad and weve had injuries to deal with, relaxxxx
  5. Other Greeks Abroad

    Everyone on the squad is much better IMO, I know you like the player, but 3-4 coaches cannot all be wrong and you are right, I mean they they him every day in pre season, why would they all cut him? It's kinda like a funny expression I heard on Tv:
  6. Other Greeks Abroad

    Was a nice goal though (@3:50):
  7. Other Greeks Abroad

    Oh please...all coaches that have seen him have cut him, the kid is in tier two Spain and he's not even good enough to get a starters spot there! relaxxxxx js
  8. Where did you read that Argy? Bundesliga website says Kavin Volland was MOM:
  9. Official Super League Game Topic

    With his contract being relatively low, firing him will be easier than usual, I don't see what good it would do though, a new coach at this point would be a step backwards. IMO if you're gonna ax the man it would be best during a break, when the new coach would have a little bit of time to evaluate the squad and make whatever changes he may need to.
  10. Daily Team News [ 2017 ]

    Makari. What type of money does Dimitri have, I am a bit clueless as to who he is besides the few times he has been in the news for acting like an organized fan.
  11. European matches

    Well done to the whole AEK family.
  12. Daily Team News [ 2017 ]

    Why would Dimitri come on and leave Alafouzo in place? Makes no sense to me...
  13. When you're down 0-2 in 13 minutes, coaching and tactics go out the window.
  14. Plenty of time, but the team needs to pull a 180. Not easy.
  15. If defense is not our stregnth, by your own words, why would we play to our weakness???
  16. Yes, he left anderlecht a year a go and captained OOstend for a season, but even no2 at our club is a step up any way you cut it. And he will get games, Kapino is a bit injury prone, and it is a long season with 3 competitions.
  17. Not the way I see it. He had a chance (probably last contract of his career) to come to the Greek Champs and win titles and maybe see some European action, its a no brainer. dunno why you say it's bleak....
  18. Score could be much worse, I hope we can show the fans something better in the next 45, but, this was hard to watch so far....Ella re Thryle, not in our house! Better teams have kneeled here.
  19. Bleak in what way? Do you know where he came from?
  20. Proto paid to be released from his club and came here knowing that he would be backing up Kapino.
  21. Καπiνο, Ομάρ, Ρομαό, Ένγκελς, Φιγκέιρας, Ζιλέ, Οτζίτζα, Καρσελά, Φορτούνης, Μάριν, Τζούρτζεβιτς.