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Epo should get Bielsa. They wont.. just another old greek man who crashes under pressure and allowes cliques to blossom like he did at PAOK.

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Apparently Karagounis is claiming he hasn't heard anything from the EPO regarding him being booted? What the hell is going on here.

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EPO and the current team is nothing but a big bourdello, and I don't see anything changing for the better until the current EPO leadership leaves the office.

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How about Temur Ketsbaia? He actually did very well with the Georgian national team

 

I think he would be a different approach but a good one as he knows Greek football.

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Anastasiadis is not fit for the job. I read yesterday that the only reason Malezas didn't sign for PAOK last season when he returned from Germany was because of Anastasiadis.

He demanded that a buyout clause be inserted in to the Panetolikos contract so that if Anastasiadis was to leave then he could approach PAOK to trigger the release.

Sounds like the guy is an old world coach who manages like he was managed when he was a player.

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Kostas Tsanas is our man now, lets back him in! :box:

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I hope that Tsanas' appointment is temporary and that someone like Michel becomes the coach.

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Guys this team has no chance of qualifying for at least 10 years....We need a coach to develop from our back end out....And 8 years from now we can make a run for qualifying....This team hasn't hit rock bottom yet...The next WC qualifying the NT team might manage 10 points, and then we're off to a tougher group after that....lets all chill and except the reality.

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newsflash: nobody gives a F*** about the NT, so get over it. When the vazelakia took over they destroyed it. What else did ya expect?

 

Karagounis? xaxaxa ANTE GEIA

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newsflash: nobody gives a F*** about the NT, so get over it. When the vazelakia took over they destroyed it. What else did ya expect?

Sorry you got your facts wrong again....From 2002 to 2012 PAO had ten times the influence of Olympiakos in the NT....It's Saris and Olympiakos who have destroyed the NT and the league....How many Olympiakos players were part of the championship team of 2004?

Karagounis? xaxaxa ANTE GEIA

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I actually believe that Postecoglou if given free reign would be a great coach for the Ethniki.

Sadly it will never happen.

 

Fortunately. He always was against playing guys over 30, he could have been easily another Ranieri.

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That attitude of "no one gives a F*** about the NT" makes me laugh, its actually quite sad, I bet those that say that are the first ones to celebrate when they win in a Euro or WC.

 

The vazelia had the most players in the 2004 team, saying "the vazelia destroyed it" just shows pure hate nothing more.

 

Ange would be great in my opinion, it would take time with him but I think he would do well.

 

He has also come out and said he would love to coach AEK one day, that would be awesome!!

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Iv been to a few Euros and World Cups the Greek fans are up there with the best, in Poland we were voted best fans by the Polish. The opening game there was only 2,500 of us and we made more noise the whole game than the 55,000 poles.

 

But with comments like the above it shows why other nations laugh at us as we aren't united, if ALL Greek fans put their club differences aside we would be one of the most feared Nation fan bases in Europe, but we prefer to hate on each other because of the club teams we follow....

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Actually there were 6 players from Panathinaikos, 5 from AEK (6 if you consider Dellas who was playing for Roma at the time), and 4 from Olympiacos

just for clarification and this is what our NT today needs to be successfull. A good mix from all Greek teams.

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Makynia if you count Dellas then you would have to count Demi too even though he was at Atletico Madrid. But I wouldn't count them as they weren't on our payroll.

But you are right we need a good mix of players from all teams not the usual old favourites and old timers.

 

Greece needs to stop being loyal to a player who for instance "scored a goal to get us to the world cup" and have players on the roster who can get the job done. I have seen in at all these last few Euros I have been to players making scenes because things don't go their way, o rothers fighting with others because of the club team they play for.

 

If Barca & Madrid players can put their differences aside when playing for their nation, then I am sure these Greek players can do the same.

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ELLAS75 I agree with you mate and I can happily and openly admit one of my favourite players for the Greek team was Torosidis and he is Oly, when it comes to the NT no one should be treated or looked at differently.

 

But as you said no one is scoring, Mitroglou was on fire and many may not agree with me but his sale to Fulham ruined him, he was one of the hottest strikers going around at the time and he would've done more at the WC for Greece but sadly as I said that sale killed him off.... I know people will say he was injured but before he left Oly he was destroying defenders club & national level, another reason why Oly failed to progress in CL, he would've made a difference against United also.

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Iv been to a few Euros and World Cups the Greek fans are up there with the best, in Poland we were voted best fans by the Polish. The opening game there was only 2,500 of us and we made more noise the whole game than the 55,000 poles.

 

But with comments like the above it shows why other nations laugh at us as we aren't united, if ALL Greek fans put their club differences aside we would be one of the most feared Nation fan bases in Europe, but we prefer to hate on each other because of the club teams we follow....

 

According to Santos, the press and the obvious, it was the players who were bringing club politics into the NT last tournament with desperate effects. Maniatis and Tzavellas having to be separated in training so they didn't murder each other was the tip of the iceberg. It is the Greek players who need to improve their juvenile personalities - what will help is if they are selected according to form and not whether they have played for PAOK for example. 

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Hey Original Syd, the Euro snobs are up in arms over talk of Postacoglou making a good Greece coach,. How are they going to cope with an Aussie/Greek coaching successfully. This would Not be acceptable, un-euro like!! They would neck themselves if success occurred with this occurance.

And why did Juventus only win by one over Aussie allstars at extra time, and the English teams not thrashing Aussie sides?? Oh, Germany was supposed to win 7-0 Why was it a draw vs. Socceroos?

They will sit comfortable only if the same teams dominate all the time- eat s%$#!. 

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