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  1. It's not two other friendlies. It's only one and it will take place on July 4th, only two days after the team arrives in Holland. It's probably a team of guys who meet before and after the game at some pub for a beer and go out to play a game football.
  2. I doubt anything will happen to Veroia. After all how is it possible to fix a match with exact score (3:0), and only one team is involved in the fix?
  3. Looks like one of the pre-season friendlies will be against Club Brugge.
  4. Sadly, I also believe this is the case. When this goes to trial, it will drag on for years, and eventually some low level guy (such as Sarris, Zografos, etc.) will take the fall and the big fish will find a way to get away with it. Just remember that in 2011, Beos and Psomiadis were actually arrested and were held in prison before the trial. Now they are free and Beos is a mayor of Volos.
  5. FC Vaduz or Dudelange would have been a good draw.
  6. Not sure if I believe the Tzavellas news. Veroia might not be playing in Superleague next season, so I really doubt that Tzavellas would risk going to that team right now. I like the possible Olsen acquisition. If I remember right he played against Olympiakos in the CL last season. I think he will be a solid signing. The other rumors are Juan Manuel Vargas from Fiorentina. After all he scored against PAOK at Toumba so he is qualified. Also Udinese is supposedly interested in Kace. Arensen will have a press conference on Thursday. I expect that by then there will be some official announcements concerning players.
  7. I would like the Welsh as well. They consist of semi-professional players and will be quite easy to overcome. Lokomotiva is the Ergotelis of Croatia considering that they have 11 players on loan from the Olympiakos of Croatia: Dinamo Zagreb. Lokomotiva is the team that our current coach beat in the final of the Croatian cup. He also beat them 5:0 in the league game away. Tudor should know how to handle them. The question is what will PAOK do. If we play like we did in the recent playoffs, I see us having a difficult time with Lokomotiva Zagreb. We could have had an easier draw.
  8. I don't think Qose will be leaving. He will most likely be loaned out.
  9. me and pash have been recommended to the powers that be to assign the two of us as the mods of this forum. We just have to wait now for the approval. Also, thanks to Dutch Eagle for offering his services. We might need you down the line.
  10. Five PAOK players will represent Greece in the U19 European Championships finals that will take place in Katerini, Veroia and Larisa in July: Nikos Vasaitis Timotheos Tselepidis Stylianos Pozoglou Efthimios Koulouris Panagiotis Deligiannidis
  11. Players have been notified to report in Thessaloniki on June 26, 2015. They will undergo medical tests before heading to the training camp in Arnheim, Holland at the beginning of July. The team will play 2 or 3 pre-season friendlies while in Arnheim. It is quite possible that the team will travel directly from Holland to the venue of the first Europa League game if the first game will an away fixture.
  12. The Croatian Igor Tudor is PAOK's new coach. He signed a 3-year deal (1+2) worth 240,000 Euro per season. His only coaching experience is coaching Hajduk Split for 1 season, winning the Croatian cup. He was a successful player with Juventus Torino.
  13. 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 Lucescu (Romania): 11.08.2017 - 01.07.2019 93. Abel Ferreira (Portugal): 01.07.2019 - 29.10.2020 94. Pablo Gabriel Garcia Lopez (Uruguay): 30.10.2020 - 26.06.2021 31. Razvan Lucescu (Romania): 26.06.2021 - Present Stavros Sarafis coached PAOK on 6 different occasions followed by Aggelos Anastasiadis, who coached PAOK on 4 different occasions. Michalis Bellis, Christos Archontidis and Giorgos X. Georgiadis coached PAOK on 3 different occasions. Aggelos Anastasiadis is the overall longest serving coach at PAOK (4 years, 11 months) on four different occasions. Fernando Santos is the longest continuously serving coach at PAOK (2 years , 10 months) Mario Beretta is the shortest serving coach at PAOK (38 days)
  14. Apparently we are considering the Swedish goalie Andrreas Isaksson who currently plays for the Turkish Kasimpasa.
  15. Over 2 million fans participated in the team celebration. I went downtown, and it was a crazy. Never got near Soldier Field, which would have been useless anyway since I did not have tickets to get in. Still enjoyed the experience.
  16. So is anyone willing to help me out with mod duties?
  17. I think starting next week we will start seeing players decisions, be it new players and players that will be leaving. I am sure there will be changes, but I don't expect that there will be drastic cuts. I think things will move slowly. More cuts will happen in the Winter transfer window, and by the start of the 16/17 season I expect a revamped team.
  18. That was just BS spread by the types of Ksorkismenos, etc.
  19. Apparently Igor Tudor is in Athens to meet with Savvidis. Looks like we might be close to getting a new coach.
  20. We definitively need to do good in Europe this season. At a minimum reach the group stage of Europa League. The 53rd place rankings are thanks to the points we accumulated in the last 5 years of the European participation: 2010-2011: 10.520 points 2011-2012: 11.520 2012-2013: 2.380 (thank you Donis - NOT) 2013-2014: 10.220 2014-2015: 6.240 --------------------------- TOTAL: 40.880 Next season we will lose the 10.,52 points from the 2010-11 season, so it will be very important to do well this season, so we don't fall behind. If we reach the group stage and get as many wins as possible, we should be able to get close to 10.000 points.
  21. PAOK defeated Aris 77:76 in the fourth game for 3rd-4th place basketball playoffs and ended the season in 3rd place.
  22. I think the most pressing thing was to take care of the debt. Now that this was taken care off, I think the planning for refurbishing Toumba will start.
  23. I would have to assume that the same restraining order against Saris will also be applied to Marinakis. Specially when his request to delay things was nor accepted. With that in mind, it will be important that UEFA gets an immediate report on the situation, so they can take action and the rest of the Greek teams in European competition can benefit. This is what happened two years ago to Fenerbahce and Metalist. Once UEFA saw that the officials from those teams were indicted on corruption charges, their teams got punished. It's no wonder that there was a surprise meeting today between Alafouzos, Savvidis and Melissanidis to discuss the upcoming Superleague season. It will be an interesting summer, but I think that eventually Marinakis will get off after many years of appeals.
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