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PAS in Europe 2016/2017

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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.

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True. Also has the PAS squad even been finalized? They sold Manias so they need reinforcements.

PAS would technically be better than both but as you say those teams are in the middle of their seasons.

We need all Greek teams to progress as far as they can for the co-efficient points.

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They need to make some moves this summer if they want any hope of making it to the group stage. This first round shouldn't be that tough for them; it's the playoffs that will hurt. I've read that they're looking for loans of a few marginal PAOK players (Antonis and Sabo), both of whom have the potential to be better than most of their current options...

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Whole team has gone. They have had some good players over last few years.

But who is left atm?

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Let's see if PAS Giannina can go against the Odds and accomplish Europa League qualification

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Tonight PAS will play a friendly against APOEL in Cyprus.

A good experience for their European games later on.

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Mariehamn - Odds 1-1 therefore PAS will play the Norwegians in Q2.

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They are junk but they are in season whereas PAS has been ridiculously slow in sorting their squad and preparating for these matches.

Let's not see a Celtic result here.

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Need to avoid the away-goal.

Not many points though as points are limited per Q-round for the clubs and only half for the countries.

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Do teams get bonuses for victories/draws in the qualifiers? I can't remember

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well done PAS....

 

But i question the quality/standard of these Scandinavian teams...Atromitos smacked a highly rated AIK Solna 1-3 this time last year...

 

I reckon outside Copenhagen, Rosenborg,Malmo  the standard seems to drop off dramatically..

 

remember July would be a terrible time for any Greek team to be prepared... especially battler teams like PAS/Atromitos..

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PAS will be in de drawing pot with the unseeded and will face one of the next clubs:

 

AZ Alkmaar (NED)

Krasnodar (RUS)

Partizan (SRB) or Zaglebie Lubin (POL)

Sassuolo (ITA)

Rio Ave (POR)

Omonoia (CYP) or Beitar (ISR)

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