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Εκτός Κροατίας ο Λέοβατς

Ο Τσάτσιτς προτίμησε τον Γιόζεφ Πίβαριτς, αφού δεν έχει μείνει ικανοποιημένος από τις τελευταίες εμφανίσεις του Μαρίν Λέοβατς με την φανέλα του Δικεφάλου, επιλέγοντας να τον αφήσει εκτός εθνικής ομάδας για δεύτερο συνεχόμενο σετ αγώνων.

http://inpaok.com/375394/εκτός-κροατίας-ο-λέοβατς/

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Εμ τι θα είναι. Ο άνθρωπος δεν έχει καμία σχέση με το ποδόσφαιρο. Όποιος τον έφερε θέλει ξύλο απο την Τούμπα μέχρι την Κροατία!

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40 minutes ago, Athens4 said:

Εμ τι θα είναι. Ο άνθρωπος δεν έχει καμία σχέση με το ποδόσφαιρο. Όποιος τον έφερε θέλει ξύλο απο την Τούμπα μέχρι την Κροατία!

Well he was decent last year. So far this season he has been one of the worse players though. Really need a fit Leveque so that he can get some competition but that guy is spending more time on the sideline so far....

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International game duties for PAOK players this week:

UKRAINE NT
Shakhov
Ukraine will play against Turkey (9/2) and Iceland (9/5)

SERBIA NT
Prijovic
Serbia will play against Moldova (9/2) and Ireland (9/5)

BOSNIA NT 
Cimirot
Bosnia will play against Cyprus (8/31) and Gibraltar (9/3)

SLOVAKIA NT
Mak
Slovakia will play against Slovenia (9/1) and England (9/4)

GREECE U21  
Koulouris, Deligiannidis, Limnios and (Lambrou)
The U21 will play against Belarus (9/1) and Moldova (9/4)

GREECE U19
Dimitriou
The U19 team will play friendly games against Latvia on 9/2 and 9/4

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Koulouris scored the second goal for U21 NT in the game against Belarus. He was also the captain of the team in the game.

If anyone wants to watch Mak in the Slovakia - Slovenia game, it is available on ESPN3. He is in the starting lineup.

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Koulouris scored twice today and Limnios once in the U21's 5-1 win vs Moldova.

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Watched the England - Slovakia game. Mak got injured with 10 minutes to go. Did not look good for him. 

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Sounds like it's minor, I doubt he'll miss the next match.

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Prijovic called up again for his NT, unsurprisingly.

Shakhov won't be called up due to not getting game time, though I'm sure that'll change by the next game's callups. Lucescu seemed very keen on him at his last press conference.

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El Khaddouri has been called up for Morocco. Apparently this was earlier than expected, as he's only played a handful of times for us. Good for him!

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Varela also called up for Cape Verde. Should be hearing about a few more soon.

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Would like to see Pelkas called up. Finally has his mojo back.

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International game duties for PAOK players this week:

SERBIA NT
Prijovic
Serbia will play WC qualifiers against Austria (10/6) and Georgia (10/9)

BOSNIA NT 
Cimirot
Bosnia will play WC qualifiers against Belgium (10/7) and Estonia (10/10)

SLOVAKIA NT
Mak
Slovakia will play WC qualifiers against Scotland (10/5) and Malta (10/8)

ALBANIA NT
Kace
Albania will play WC qualifiers against Spain (10/6) and Italy (10/9)

CAPE VERDE NT
Varela
Cape Verde will play WC qualifier against Senegal (10/7)

GREECE U21  
Koulouris, Deligiannidis and (Lambrou)
The U21 will play U21 Euro qualifiers against Moldova (10/5) and San Marino (10/10)

GREECE U19
Siabanis, Dimitriou, Chatzidibas, Tzovaras 
The U19 team will play friendly games against Slovakia  (10/5) and Czech republic (10/9)

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Mak picked up two yellows vs Scotland

 

-edit- Koulouris also scored again:

 

Edited by pash

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Prijo just scored the opener for Serbia and that gives them the ticket for the 2018 WC (even if Georgia equalises in the remaining 12 minutes and Ireland scores another two goals against Wales).

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Koulouris scored again, that's five in four games I think

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So Prijo scores the big goal for Serbia, and he's already being sold to another team by media in January 2018.

BTW, his buyout option is 10 mil, but if I was PAOK I would wait until the WC is over. Until then renegotiate his contract and increase the buyout option.

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Yeah these guys are got nuts for little reason. He still has a lot to prove, and I don't see anyone making serious offers at this time. If he keeps this up, then renegotiate/reward him with more dolla dolla bills y'all, and as you said increase the clause. Hopefully he stays healthy.

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Since when have we ever sold a player for their buyout clause value ?  It's always less.  If anything it gives clubs a figure from which to negotiate down.  Better off just not having a buyout clause.

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If someone comes and gives 10m for Prijovic let them take him. It will be more than twice the money of the most expensive sell we have ever done and will show how much the club is growing. And as it's proven this year, if you give money you can find decent players. If they get 10m for Prijovic they can give 5m and bring someone better than Prijovic -considering that Prijovic cost something less than 2m I think.

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