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Nea Bafra

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  1. 2 hours ago, paokarag4 said:

    That's my bad, I tend to get very loud and passionate when talking about PAOK. We'll be sure to fix to it going forward, apologies to anyone's ear-drums I may hurt🙉

    Excellent work gentlemen. 

    Sound issues aside this was fantastic. I appear to be subscriber number 9 so I will take on the striking duties.

    I am here for the toe pokes and tap ins, I will not run, you will pass the ball either to my feet or within a 10cm radius or I will abuse you endlessly

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  2. 1 hour ago, pash said:

    If it's anything like it's been in previous seasons (which I'm guessing it will be), the commentary will be entirely in Greek. Often, the second commentator is a current or former player, like how Panathinaikos tapped Dpaps for that last friendly.

    You do bring up a good point though. Especially for international games where we maintain the rights, having an English option front and center probably would make the stream all the more enticing.

    I guess the main question is where do the majority of international subs come from? I would guess there would be a lot in Germany and other EU countries where they wouldn't speak English. Now whether that is more or less than those in the UK, USA and Austria I don't know.

    Maybe you and I should offer ourselves as co commentators Pash.

  3. Here in Melbourne we are down to 81 new cases as of today. Stage 4 lockdown has been extended for two weeks.

    I am in between the stages of marvelling at what incredible little humans my kids are and wanting to rip their arms off and beat them over the head with them.

  4. 10 hours ago, paokarag4 said:

    I'm available and pretty cheap too

    As am I,

    I was thinking more of someone like Jackson Irvine. He is, out of contract, proven to be able to handle the rigours of the Championship week in and week out, no fuss, will not treat the club like a holiday, crap enough to be willing to come to PAOK.

    It's not a sexy move but he would add depth to the area of the park we are weakest in.

  5. 7 hours ago, Blackhawk said:

    Did some more research on the subject ...

    For reaching the EL group stage we are getting the following:

    € 2,920,000 - for making the group stage of EL
    € 2,777,130 - coefficient payment (based on 5-year coefficient in UEFA standings)
    € 2,000,000 (minimum) - 5,692,130 (maximum) - market pool (based on how many Greek teams make the group stage

    So far we have € 7,697,130 guaranteed

    If we qualify to the CL playoff round (and lose) we will receive an additional € 5,000,000

    In group stage we will also receive € 570,000 for each win and € 190,000 for each tie. If we win the group we will get extra € 1,000,000. If we finish 2nd we will get € 500,000

    If by any miracle we make the CL group stage we will make a lot of money. We will revisit this if it happens.

    Fine work. Thanks

  6. 13 hours ago, pash said:

    Let them take it to CAS. We should get banned from European competition and relegated in the SL.

    Expect to see Marinakis file their equivalent of an amicus brief, in support of Besiktas' position.

    With the current geopolitics this might be the only thing to get Marinakis thrown out.

  7. 1 hour ago, paokarag4 said:

    The biggest difference is Tsimikas was able to perform and show what he can do on the European stage. To the kid's credit he played very well and earned that transfer. We as a team over the last 2 seasons have failed in Europe and haven't been able to showcase our players in the Champions League or even the Europa League. 

    If an offer comes around 6mil I agree we will take it, seems like a fair transfer everything considered although I'm not so optimistic we will get that type of money. 

    Agreed. Also add to the fact that Tsimikas is going to the EPL and we are looking to sell to Italy.

  8. 11 minutes ago, paokarag4 said:

    A 2nd player has tested positive to COVID and has been left home instead of travelling to the pre-season camp with the rest of the team. Not sure who the player is yet, he hasn't been named. Hopefully they recover quickly. I wouldn't be surprised if a few more cases pop up now given the nature of the virus, how easily it spreads and it's incubation period can be a few days or longer. 

    yep, we are seeing that here at home.

  9. 4 hours ago, Mitsos said:

    I don't follow the transfer market and what players are worth but 2 million for a player that wasn't able to establish himself in the Greek SL sounds excessive.

    He is British. Some club will take a gamble on him given his age and the fact he is a forward. They hope they get one good season out of him and then sell him to a promoted championship team newly flush with cash and get stupid EPL money for him.

  10. there are some serious moves that could be made this off season for players discarded by their clubs by the coronavirus peculiarities

    there are many reports of players sitting on their arses because clubs wouldn't re sign them. now is the time for a smart operator to build a solid squad

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