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ECL-QR2-L2: PAOK - Levski Sofia (28-07-22, 20:30 EEST)


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MATCHUP:               PAOK Thessaloniki FC – PFC Levski Sofia
COMPETITION:     Europa Conference League – QR2 – Leg 2
DATE:                     28-July-2022
TIME:                     20:30 EEST (17:30 UTC, 12:30 CDT, 03:30 AEST next day)
CITY/STADIUM:   Thessaloniki – Toumba Stadium Stadium (28,708)
REFEREES:              Cesar Soto Grodo – Iker De Fransisco, Carlos Alvarez Fernandez (Spain)
TELEVISION:         Novasports Prime (Greece, Cyprus)


PAOK’s History against teams from Bulgaria in European Competitions

2022-2023:  Levski Sofia – PAOK FC  2:0 – Att: 20,000 – Europa Conference League (Round 2 – Leg 1)
1983-1984:  PAOK FC – Lokomotiv Plovdiv  3:1 – (44. Kostikos, 68. Skartados, 76. Dimopoulos C.) – Att: 35,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 1 – Leg 2)
1983-1984:   Lokomotiv Plovdiv – PAOK FC  1:2 – (42. Dimopoulos C., 48. Georgopoulos) – Att: 18,000 – UEFA Cup (Round 1 – Leg 1)

GAMES:  3   WINS:  2   TIES:  0   LOSSES:  1

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  • Blackhawk changed the title to ECL-QR2-L2: PAOK - Levski Sofia (28-07-22, 20:30 EEST)

Must score an early goal. Like in the first quarter or so.

Good for us the away goal rule is gone since last year. Therefore we can push if the time passes without the deathsentence if they score. 

Will be a hell of a job though. But must keep the faith! 

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We need to make history, guys. We never progressed to the next round after losing away with two goals.

We did however catch up a 2-0 loss at Eintracht Frankfurt in 1981 but lost at the penalties. That was the only time but in vane.

But we are PAOK. Last year we managed to win a penalty shootout for the first time in our history. Why not progressing after a 2-0 loss in the first leg????

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Looks like we are going to go with Narey to lead the line. bit of a risk considering he's a winger but Lucescu obviously wasn't impressed with Koutsias and Thomas isn't fit enough to start yet. 

Reported starting line-up


Lyratzis----Ingason----Kargas---Rafa Soares





Lyratzis returning is a big plus, interesting to see how Kurtic goes with all the rumours that he's trying to force a move since we didn't offer him a bigger contract following his career best season. The issue seems to have been resolved for now so let's hope he gets back to his best and maybe even manages to score and helps us turn this around. 

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