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SL1-PO-R9: Olympiakos - PAOK (14-05-22, 20:00 EEST)


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MATCHUP:          Olympiakos Piraeus - P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki
COMPETITION:   Superleague 1 – Playoffs - Round 9
DATE:                   14-May-2022
TIME:                   20:00 EEST (17:00 UTC, 12:00 CDT, 03:00 AEST next day)
CITY/STADIUM:  Piraeus - G. Karaiskakis Stadium (Capacity: 32,115)
REFEREES:       
TELEVISION:      Novasport Prime (Greece, Cyprus), Net TV Plus (worldwide except Greece & Cyprus)

Olympiakos vs. P.A.O.K.  history:    

Superleague

2021-2022:  2:1 – (81. Murg) - Attendance: nf
2020-2021:  1:0 – Attendance: nf  (PLAYOFFS)
2020-2021:  3:0 – Attendance: nf
2019-2020:  0:1 – (90. Mihaj) - Attendance: nf  (PLAYOFFS)
2019-2020:  1:1 – (29. Ingason) - Attendance: 31,616
2018-2019:  0:1 – (49. Own goal) - Attendance: 30,532
2017-2018:  1:0 - Attendance: 30,250
2016-2017:  2:1 (6. Varela) - Attendance: 24,727
2015-2016:  1:0 - Attendance: 29,576

2014-2015:  1:2 (43. Athanasiadis, 49. Pereyra) - Attendance: 28,525
2013-2014:  4:0 - Attendance: 27,189
2012-2013:  0:0 - Attendance: 28,417
2011-2012:  2:1 (24. Balafas) - Attendance: 28,772
2010-2011:  3:0 - Attendance: 30,275
2009-2010:  0:1 (33. Ivic) - Attendance: 15,829  (PLAYOFFS)
2009-2010:  0:1 (20. Edinho) - Attendance: 26,139
2008-2009:  2:0 - Attendance: 29,482
2007-2008:  2:1 (42. Konstantinidis) - Attendance: 28,077
2006-2007:  2:0 - Attendance: 29,140
2005-2006:  1:2 (65. Konstantinidis, 70. Konstantinidis) - Attendance: no fans (The first loss for Olympiakos in the new Karaiskakis Stadium)

Alpha Ethniki (Professional)

2004-2005:  5:1 (65. Salpiggidis) - Attendance:  26,792
2003-2004:  1:2 (68. Salpiggidis, 87. Spasic) - Attendance:  9,164 (Rizoupoli Stadium)
2002-2003:  4:3 (35. Kafes, 60. Kafes, 72. Kafes) - Attendance: 9,518 (Rizoupoli Stadium)
2001-2002:  3:2 (54. Georgiadis-p, 57. Georgiadis) - Attendance: 37,825  (OAKA Stadium)
2000-2001:  1:0 - Attendance: 12,925  (OAKA Stadium)
1999-2000:  4:1 (76. Frantzeskos) - Attendance: 11,977  (OAKA Stadium)
1998-1999:  2:1 (3. Vryzas) - Attendance: 16,582  (OAKA Stadium)
1997-1998:  2:0 - Attendance: 32,275  (OAKA Stadium)
1996-1997:  1:0  - Attendance: 14,694
1995-1996:  1:0 - Attendance: 6,191
1994-1995:  2:0 - Attendance: 16,497
1993-1994:  1:0 - Attendance: 12,237
1992-1993:  2:0 - Attendance: 11,527
1991-1992:  3:2 (13. Anastasiadis, 87. Toursounidis) - Attendance: 18,004
1990-1991:  3:2 (75. Anastasiadis, 80. Toursounidis) - Attendance: 23,974
1989-1990:  4:0 - Attendance: 30,716
1988-1989:  0:1 (55. Borbokis) - Attendance: 74,232 (2,000 PAOK fans in attendance) (OAKA Stadium)
1987-1988:  2:1 (44. Lagonidis) - Attendance: 46,027 (OAKA Stadium)
1986-1987:  1:1 (67. Skartados) - Attendance: 53,720 (OAKA Stadium)
1985-1986:  2:0 - Attendance: 37,604 (OAKA Stadium)
1984-1985:  2:1 (89. Paprica) - Attendance: 57,581  (OAKA Stadium)
1983-1984:  1:0 - Attendance: 25,032
1982-1983:  2:0 - Attendance: 28,393
1981-1982:  0:0 - Attendance: 35,450
1980-1981:  1:0 - Attendance: 35,500
1979-1980:  2:0 - Attendance: 34,470

Alpha Ethniki (Amateur/Semi-Professional)

1978-1979:  1:0 - Attendance: 27,704
1977-1978:  0:0 - Attendance: 15,714
1976-1977:  2:0 - Attendance: 39,200
1975-1976:  0:4 (24. Terzanidis, 56. Koudas, 72. Koudas, 78. Guerino) - Attendance: 39,030
1974-1975:  3:2 (4. Sarafis, 88. Sarafis) - Attendance: 39,210  (After the game 500 Olympiakos fans attacked the bus carrying PAOK players injuring Pellios, Tsiligris, Sarafis and Paridis)
1973-1974:  3:0 - Attendance: 41,110
1972-1973:  1:0 - Attendance: 41,052
1971-1972:  1:1 (76. Apostolidis) - Attendance: 37,405
1970-1971:  1:0 - Attendance: 34,960
1969-1970:  1:1 (24. Afentoulidis) - Attendance: 40,000
1968-1969:  3:0 - Attendance: 21,116
1967-1968:  0:1 (32. Afentoulidis) - Attendance: 28,914
1966-1967:  3:2 (67. Afentoulidis, 80. Charalambidis) - Attendance: 40,250
1965-1966:  2:0 - Attendance: 28,042
1964-1965:  5:2 (41. Koudas, 80. Litopoulos) - Attendance: 15,951
1963-1964:  2:0ff - Attendance: 24,796 (Nea Filadelfia Stadium) (Olympiakos wins 2:0 on forfeit as PAOK abandoned the game in the 34th minute, when Bulgarian referee Rumencev did not call a penalty on a handball inside Olympiakos box)
1962-1963:  3:2 (5. Savvidis, 67. Giakoumis)) - Attendance: 24,170
1961-1962:  6:0 - Attendance: 18,000
1960-1961:  1:1 (90. Vasiliadis) - Attendance: 25,000
1959-1960:  1:2 (38. Leandros, 44. Havanidis) - Attendance: 11,972

Panhellenic Championship

1958-1959:  4:0 - Attendance: ?
1957-1958:  0:1 (3. Havanidis) - Attendance: ?
1956-1957:  4:0 - Attendance: ?
1955-1956:  0:0 - Attendance: 20,000  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1954-1955:  1:0 - Attendance: ?  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1953-1954:  1:0 - Attendance: ?  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1947-1948:  2:1 (16. Migoussis) - Attendance: ?  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1936-1937:  2:0 - Attendance: ?  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1935-1936:  4:3 (7. Kalogiannis, 22. Kalogiannis, 30. Vafiadis) - Attendance: ?  (Leoforo Alexandras Stadium)
1931-1932:  2:3 (8. Kavourmatzis, 89. Papaiordanidis)- Attendance: ?  (Neo Falyro Podylatodromio)
1930-1931:  3:1 - Attendance: ? (Neo Falyro Podylatodromio)

Games played at G. Karaiskakis Stadium, except as noted.

GAMES:  77    WINS:  12   TIES:  9    LOSSES:  56

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  • Blackhawk changed the title to SL1-PO-R9: Olympiakos - PAOK (14-05-22, 20:00 EEST)

Get ready for 11th game without a win.

The only positive thing is that we have secured Europe for next season.

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No player returns from injuries are expected for this game. If we can hold on to a 0:0 draw it will a positive result.

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Posted (edited)

Akpom about to come on in the 69th minute (nice)

-edit- what's this? El Kaddouri about to come on too? Unbelievable!

Edited by pash
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Aris came back being down 2:0 to win 3:2. Self destruction by AEK who misses Europe next season.

My prediction is that we will finish in 4th place. No way we are beating PAO on Tuesday.

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It doesn't matter even a little bit where we end it, as long as we still get into the international competitions this summer. My only concern is them trying during the only remaining game that matters.

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All things considered a very good result.  The team averted the worst case scenario (disaster) of us missing out on Europe next season.

How did Tsaousis play ?  Also, nice to see Soares score a goal and also not get a yellow card.

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Tsaousis can be blamed on the tying goal by Olympiakos, but it was his first game for the big team. Hopefully it was a good learning experience for him.

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Well, that's how it goes if you want to bring up players from the youth.  My attitude is if Lucescu didn't see something in the kid then he wouldn't throw him in.  And against Olympiakos in Athens no doubt.  All the team can do is give them opportunities and then it's up to the player to seize it.  Do you want to train hard or go to the barakia and post pics on facebook.

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It would be in line with the philosophy Boto claimed he wanted to push - throw the best of these kids into the deep end, and see who manages to swim. I could see him being brought in as a backup LB for next season. Or if for some reason they keep Vieirinha on (which they will), treated like Lyratzis and occasionally brought up to the 1st team.

But to answer your question, I was too busy swearing at the players to pay attention specifically to him. I did notice one pretty good cross in the second half which I was surprised came from him. So who knows, maybe he's our next Giannoulis haha

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Thing is unless you're there watching these kids in training etc. it's too difficult for us to judge the next up and comer.  I was certain Mystakidis would become a first team player and Giannoulis pfft he was *never* going to make it.  So what do I know.  Likewise with Lyraztsis.  I thought he was just too physically weak for us and wondered why we hadn't gotten rid of him and all of a sudden this season he's bloomed.  Hopefully he continues improving.

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