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in Olympiacos FC
Posted November 22, 2003
in Panathinaikos FC
Posted November 21, 2003
It's a derby, and a do-or-die situation. My chips are placed on Panathinaikos.
Posted November 19, 2003
Daniilidou back to defend title
Defending ASB Classic champion Eleni Daniilidou of Greece has been confirmed to return to Auckland for the 2004 event.....
Posted November 8, 2003
Here's a nice link, that will get you the latest international news information on Daniilidou.
Via Google: Eleni Daniilidou
Via Phantis: http://world.phantis.com/spade.get?q=%E5%EB%E5%ED%E7+%2B%E4%E1%ED%E9%E7%EB%E9%E4%EF%F5&cs=iso8859-7&ps=10&gr=on'>
in Greek Cup
Posted November 7, 2003
Posted October 28, 2003
This is a sport that I can play and compete in world cup level.
:lol: :lol: :lol:
See? I knew we had some real champions here!... Bravo Vaggar, protathliti mas. Kamari tou Phantis!... :tup: :tup: :nw: :nw: :tup: :tup: :blink:
Posted October 27, 2003
Is the phatis radio down? It won't load anything.
Yes, there seems to be a problem with it... It must have happened during this Saturday when some work was going on with the servers.
I'll take a look at things on Monday. Thanks for pointing it out.
Posted October 24, 2003
And a reference to the subject by Kathimerini:
Posted October 23, 2003
Just one? There's plenty left out.
Well guys, let's start making a Hall of Fame section on Phantis, with pictures, bios and everything. Anybody willing to help with collecting info and piecing together the puzzle for such a section?
in National Football League (NFL)
Posted October 20, 2003
The Eagles scrape by the Giants with a 14-10 win. Right when everybody thought that the New York Giants had wrapped up the game (they were ahead 10-7 with 1+ minute to play) and the Eagles score a touch down on a punt return.
Once again, a pitiful team, and as the broadcasters said "probaly the worse game of the day"...
The Eagles got a win ... lucky bastards! And, I'm an Eagles fan!...
in Other Soccer Topics and Issues
Posted October 16, 2003
I wan't commenting on the quality of production (which as you mentioned is poor), but rather on the quality of tape I have in my hands.
Is this the same tape we have or a different one?
The one I have, has interviews from Koudas, Apostolidis, Kouis, Savas Kofidis, Thessaloniki Mayor Papageorgopoulos, a glimpse of an interview from Mimis Papaioannou. It's labeled:
I'm lucky enough to have in my possession a tape called "Hatzipanagis Show".
Ziaka was kind enough to send me a tape - for my viewing pleasure - but the quality of the VHS tape was very poor.
Is there any way we can get our hands on a good quality tape? I'm very interested (and I believe Ziaka is too) -- so if somebody can direct us to the source of such a tape, feel free to contact us (via PM).
I will be locking this topic, because this subject is already a conversation in progress, at this following topic:
The Best Greek Player in the last 50 Years!
Posted October 15, 2003
From Sports Illustrated:
Beckenbauer says golden goal rule is stupid
Although three German teams have benefited from golden goals to win titles, Franz Beckenbauer believes it's the "dumbest rule ever invented."
"Whoever invented the rule, he must be declared an enemy of soccer," Beckenbauer said.
Posted October 14, 2003
Eagles coach sticks with McNabb as a quarterback for the upcoming game against the New York Giants.
While it's a vote of confidence for his quarterback, given McNabb's current performance in this year's games, it seems like a sure way to crucify the Eagles.
If the Eagles loose again this Sunday (no matter what the circumstances), the Philly fans will be asking for somebody's head on the platter!...
in Ireland. Irish League / League of Ireland
Posted October 12, 2003
On a different note:
The Scotsman: Irish Anger at Athens Ref
Northern Ireland were left furious tonight with referee Lucilio Batista.
Manager Sammy McIlroy confronted the Portuguese official at the end of the match after Greece clinched their place in the finals of the European Championship.
in European Championship
Posted October 10, 2003
England fans detained in Turkey
Turkish police have detained up to 30 England football fans at Istanbul's Ataturk Airport.
in Turkish Turkcell Super Ligi and Divisions
Posted October 9, 2003
Turkish Super Ligi: The September Report
We are only a quarter of the way through and already the league seems to be to taking shape. Besiktas lead the table with 22 points, Fenerbahce follow them on 19, Galatasaray have 17 and Trabzon complete the quartet with 16 points from the 8 games played.
Only on Phantis - courtesy of Fenerlondra
Posted October 8, 2003
According to Footy Mad:
Greek International Choutos Is Targeted
The agent of Olympiakos striker Lambros Choutos has once again confirmed that the Greek International is wanted by Bolton Wanderers with a January move for the unsettled player said to be on the cards perhaps even sooner if the Greek champions terminate his contract.
Posted October 6, 2003
The Eagles won today by the skin of their teeth -- 27-25 over the Washington Redskins....
But what a pitiful performance -- by both teams!... I'll only give some browny points to the Eagles defense. The NFC East used to be a dominant force in the NFL... So far, all I've seen is mediocre performances...
Next week the Eagles take on the Dallas Cowboys (in Dallas) who lead the division... If nothing else, I just hope to see a decent football game!...
Posted October 4, 2003
It's amazing how many talent Olympiakos manages to choke, isn't it? A practice that hasn't changed since the early sixties (at least that's how far I can remember). So much talent joining Olympiakos and there's no outlet!... Greece is a tiny market and without anything to show in Europe, all these highly talented soccer players fall flat on their face!...
Now, why is it that Olympiakos amasses all this talent and does squat on an international level? I have my own theory, but let me listen to your's first...
in AEK FC
Posted October 3, 2003
For the record: Rosenborg - Olympiakos 5-1 (3-0) -- alla toulaxiston ebalan ki ena tis timis...
An unconfirmed repo, from a source in Greece, indicates Peter Ofori-Quaye has quit professional soccer.