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  1. Here we can discuss PAOK in European competitions in general. News, rankings and historical facts.
  2. Dutch Eagle

    APOEL in Europe 2016/2017

    APOEL will start with an awaygame in Q2 of this years CL against the winner of The New Saints (Wales)/Tre Penne (San Marino). Games to be played July 12 or 13 and July 19 or 20.
  3. Dutch Eagle

    AEK Larnaca in Europe 2016/2017

    Q1: AEK Larnaca - SS Folgore (San Marino) on June 30th and July 7th Q2: winner FC Differdange 03 (Luxemburg) - Cliftonville FC (Northern Ireland) vs hopefully AEK on July 14th and July 21st
  4. Dutch Eagle

    PAS in Europe 2016/2017

    The draw for EL Q1 and Q2 was held today. PAS will face the winner of Odds BK (Norway) against IFK Mariehamn (Finland) on July 14th and 21st in Q2. PAS will start with a home game. Q3 must be possible by strenght. The fact that those Scandinavian countries are in the middle of the season and PAS in preseason could be a big disadvantage.
  5. Dutch Eagle

    Omonoia in Europe 2016/2017

    Q1: FC Banants (Armenia) - Omonoia on June 30th and July 7th Q2: winner of FK Sloboda Tuzla (Bosnia) - Beitar Jerusalem (Israel) vs hopefully Omonoia on July 14th and 21st
  6. The referendum was an exercise in ________________(at the cost of $25-30 million). Tsipras lost in his gamble against the troika while tetering the country at the edge of collapse. So, what's next? What are those things you'd like to see? Which direction should the country trake?