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pash    1,246

Then let us hope they excel internationally and implode domestically.

 

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pash    1,246

Marathon-length press conference going on right now:

 

 

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Blackhawk    799

Razvan Lucescu is the new coach of FC PAOK. He signed 1 + 1 year contract. Stanojevic is history.

He is the 92nd coach in PAOK's history:

1. Konstantinos Andreadis (Greece): 1926-1931
2. Rudolf Gassner (Austria): 1931-1932
3. Aristotelis Armaris (Greece): 1932-1933
4. Nikos Sankionis (Greece): 1933-1934
5. Charilaos Papadopoulos (Greece): 1945-1946
6. Aristotelis Armaris (Greece): 1946-1947
7. Nikos Avelakis (Greece): 1947-1948
8. Kostas Deligiorgis (Greece): 1948-1949
9. Nikos Pangalos (Greece): 1949-1950
10. Willy Swetzik (Austria): 1950-1952
11. Nikos Pangalos (Greece): 1952-1953
12. Ermao Hoffman (Hungary): 1955-1956
13. Niko Polti (Austria): 1956-1957
14. Kleanthis Vikelidis (Greece): 1957
15. Walter Pfeffer (Austria): 1957
16. Kostas Zogas (Greece): 1957-1958
17. Dionysis Minardos (Greece): 1958-1959
18. Darko Mihajlovic (Yugoslavia): 1959-1961
19. Karl Durspekt (Austria): 1961-1963
20. Gyorgy Babolchay (Hungary): 1963-1965
21. Mile Kos (Yugoslavia): 1965-1966
22. Lefteris Papadakis (Greece): 1966
23. Nikos Pangalos (Greece): 1967-1968
24. Dimitris Kalogiannis (Greece): 1968
25. Ivor Powell (Wales): 1968
26. Janko Janevski (Yugoslavia): 1968-1969
27. Jane Csanadi (Hungary): 1969-1970
28. Ivica Horvat (Yugoslavia): 1970-1971
29. Giorgos Chasiotis (Greece): 1971
30. Les Shannon (England): 1971-1974
31. Apostolos Progios (Greece): 1974
32. Gyula Lorant (Hungary): 1974-1976
33. Branko Stankovic (Yugoslavia): 1976-1977
34. Billy Bingham (England): 1977-1978
35. Dimitris Kalogiannis (Greece): 1978
36. Lakis Petropoulos (Greece): 1978-1979
37. Egon Piechaczek (Poland: 30.09.1979 - 27.04.1980
38. Gyula Lorant (Hungary): 28.04.1980 - 31.05.1981
39. Aristos Fountoukidis (Greece): 01.06.1981 - 21.06.1981
40. Heinz Haher (Germany): 06.09.1981 - 26.06.1983
41. Pal Csernai (Hungary): 04.09.1983 - 06.05.1984
42. Walter Skocik (Austria): 23.09.1984 - 02.03.1986
43. Michalis Bellis (Greece): 03.03.1986 - 15.05.1986
44. Thijs Libregts (Holland): 07.09.1986 - 06.12.1987
45. Michalis Bellis (Greece): 07.12.1987 - 15.05.1988
46. Rinus Israel (Holland): 11.09.1988 - 22.01.1989
47. Nikos Alefantos (Greece): 23.01.1989 - 09.04.1989
48. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 10.04.1989 - 21.05.1989
49. Rob Jacobs (Holland): 17.09.1989 - 23.12.1990
50. Christos Terzanidis (Greece): 24.12.1990 - 02.06.1991
51. Ciro Blazevic (Croatia): 01.09.1991 - 22.03.1992
52. Giannis Gounaris (Greece): 23.03.1992 - 07.06.1992
53. Ljupko Petrovic (Yugoslavia): 06.09.1992 - 24.01.1993
54. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 25.01.1993 - 30.01.1993
55. Oleg Blokhin (Ukraine): 07.02.1993 - 27.02.1994
56. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 28.02.1994 - 28.04.1994
57. Arie Haan (Holland): 28.08.1994 - 01.10.1995
58. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 02.10.1995 - 26.11.1995
59. Dragan Kokotovic (Yugoslavia): 27.11.1995 - 04.02.1996
60. Michalis Bellis (Greece): 05.02.1996 - 05.05.1996
61. Gunder Bengtsson (Sweden): 06.05.1996 - 01.12.1996
62. Christos Archontidis (Greece): 02.12.1996 - 02.02.1997
63. Christos Archontidis (Greece): 03.02.1997 - 17.05.1998
64. Oleg Blokhin (Ukraine): 22.08.1998  29.09.1998
65. Christos Archontidis (Greece): 30.09.1998 - 07.02.1999
66. Arie Haan (Holland): 08.02.1999 - 28.11.1999
67. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 29.11.1999 - 29.12.1999
68. Dusan Bajevic (Bosnia): 01.01.2000  08.05.2002
69. Angelos Anastasiadis (Greece): 25.08.2002 - 26.09.2004
70. Rolf Fringer (Austria): 27.09.2004 - 13.02.2005
71. Nikos Karageorgiou (Greece): 17.02.2005 - 16.09.2005
72. Giorgos Kostikos (Greece): 17.09.2005 - 20.02.2006
73. Ilie Dumitrescu (Romania): 21.02.2006 - 03.10.2006
74. Stavros Sarafis (Greece): 03.10.2006 - 12.10.2006
75. Momcilo Vukotic (Serbia): 13.10.2006 - 22.01.2007
76. Giorgos Paraschos (Greece): 22.01.2007 - 02.09.2007
77. Fernando Santos (Portugal): 03.09.2007 - 19.05.2010
78. Mario Beretta (Italy): 14.06.2010 - 22.07.2010
79. Pavlos Dermitzakis (Greece): 23.07.2010 - 17.10.2010
80. Makis Havos (Greece): 18.10.2010 - 25.05.2011
81. Laszlo Boloni (Romania): 09.06.2011 - 20.05.2012
82. Giorgos Donis (Greece): 02.06.2012 - 29.04.2013
84. Giorgos X. Georgiadis (Greece): 30.04.2013 - 30.06.2013
85. Huub Stevens (Holland): 14.06.2013 - 02.03.2014
86. Giorgos X. Georgiadis (Greece): 03.03.2014 - 17.05.2014
87. Angelos Anastasiadis (Greece): 11.06.2014 - 16.03.2015
88. Giorgos X. Georgiadis (Greece): 16.03.2015 - 17.06.2015
89. Igor Tudor (Croatia): 18.06.2016 - 09.03.2016
90. Vladan Ivic (Serbia): 09.03.2016 - 09.06.2017
91. Aleksandar Stanojevic (Serbia): 16.06.2017 - 11.08.2017
92. Razvan Liucescu (Romania): 11.08.2017 - Present

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pash    1,246
On 6/16/2017 at 7:12 AM, RED SHERIFF said:

gone by October

This guy knows

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pash    1,246

He must have lost more than just the Greek players. Reports from a day or two ago that Savvidis came back to Thessaloniki to ask pointed questions about our performance in those last two friendlies is what probably led to the final decision being made.

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TheogGR1    0
13 minutes ago, pash said:

He must have lost more than just the Greek players. Reports from a day or two ago that Savvidis came back to Thessaloniki to ask pointed questions about our performance in those last two friendlies is what probably led to the final decision being made.

Who even wanted Stanojevic in the first place? Most rumours were about Michel negotiating with Lusescu then out of nowhere Stanojevic came.

Also if I remember correctly Stanojevic said in the first interview that he wanted to play attacking football with high pressure etc. Do you guys think we played that type of football these games? I don't think we have played like that. It's like he didn't believe in his own tactics.

 

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Bananas    976
36 minutes ago, BostonThanatos said:

How embarrassing...

You need to learn to speak gooder English.

It's "How embarrassment".

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pash    1,246

No, you're right, we didn't. Ivic (a conservative coach) had us playing much more aggressively. I can't speak to how much of that was because of the players' mentalities, however.

I'm optimistic about this move. It's never a good sign when the pressure starts building before you even have your first official game. I'd rather this happen now than in March as well, but goddamn it I wish this happened two weeks ago instead of today.

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Bananas    976

Obviously this is a circus but it's infinitely better it happens now.  As for the replacement, Lucescu, it's a decent choice.  He ticks one of the criteria we all wanted i.e. understanding the GSL and he's proven he's at the very least competent.  He also played a very defensive game so I hope he'll use that knowledge to break down defensive teams.  Time will tell.

As for Stanojevic, what a let down.  All he did was whine about how he wants to play this and that style all the while complaining he didn't have the players to do it. And he would say this in public!  Yes banana, that is a guaranteed way to make the players not play for you, not respect you, not believe in you and worst of all, lose confidence in themselves. Seriously what an imbecile. 

Normally I'd be really pissed about yet another firing but I believe in this case the right call was made.

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italosPAOK4    162
On 16/6/2017 at 2:12 PM, RED SHERIFF said:

gone by October

what about oliempiakos coach..... is he staying much longer? :cool:

welcome and good luck Lucescu !

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Yiankos    79

That was a fast one. But as you all say, better now than in a couple months.

The problem is that those who were saying that Vukic suggested Stanojevic while Michel didn't want him probably were right. This is an ongoing problem for PAOK. Who is responsible for what and who is in charge of what.

Personally, I would prefer Pablo Garcia to be our coach, but Lucescu it is.

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pash    1,246

Here's an impromptu press conference!

 

-edit- And another one!

 

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Blackhawk    799

After the Ivic fiasco, it was clear that Michel wanted Lucescu. The fact that Michel and Lucescu's father have very good relations point to that fact. Unfortunately Savvidis hearing that a lot of PAOK fans didn't like Lucescu stepped in and listened to Vukic. This probably did not make Michel very happy. This most likely did not sit well with some of the players as well. Specially the ones that were brought in by Michel. 

Lucescu is not a bad coach. He also knows the reality of playing in Superleague. Just like Ivic did. Only time will tell if he has to take us that one step further.

I expect players to come out and show the aggressiveness they lacked under Stanojevic. I also expect 2 to 3 transfers to be announced by Michel very soon. 

P.S. Still waiting for the time, when PAOK will have the same coach for more than one season.

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Blackhawk    799

That's also the last time a PAOK coach lasted more than one season.

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Blackhawk    799

Not really. I don't believe in the farce called playoffs.

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pash    1,246

Oh, they're your version of Austria. Gotcha!

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Dutch Eagle    615

What a rezili. I mean for the board who appointed Stojano thought-out...............

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