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AEK: Akis Zikos watched the Union’s first game at the OPAP Arena from the organized goal

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Posting on social media, Akis Zikos made it known that he was watching AEK’s first game at OPAP Arena from the organized goal and didn’t hide his excitement.

Akis Zikos had a special experience as he revealed on social media. According to his post, he watched AEK’s first match at OPAP Arena from the organized goal and didn’t hide his excitement.

“Come and feel that life and all the good things are under the covers”. I’ve never had a better time, I’ve never felt more beautiful,” he wrote.

Check out this Instagram post.

This post was shared by Zikos Akis (@akzios)

In fact, to questions he received about whether he really went to the Organized’s door, he replied, “I came to stay”.

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Palacios’ Golar and the Return of Schenkefeld

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In Monday’s (12/05) news for Panathinaikos, Bart Schenkefeld has returned to a full game after four days, overcoming a slight calf problem but also a wonderful goal from Sebastian Palacios.

Unloading for one group of players and a full program for the rest included the soccer players’ morning training session on Monday (December 5). from Panathinaikou at Pegeia’s stadium, with Ivan Jovanovic protecting the ‘overloaded’ players ahead of the Greens’ first two friendlies on Cypriot soil.

In the news of the day in Panathinaikos preparation, Bart Schenkefeld returned after four days of a busy schedule as he overcame a minor calf problem.

Meanwhile, he highlighted Sebastian Palacios’ superb goal (the first of two) in a 6v6 half-field encounter, with the Argentinean slowly working his way back from a torn biceps muscle that kept him out for 4 weeks.



Andraz Sporar, Ruben Perez, Antonio Xavier, Achilleas Poungouras, Giorgos Vagiannidis and Bernard Duarte undertook a separate relaxation program with the team’s coach Giannis Stavrinos because they played more than the others in the friendlies.


And Dimitris Kourbelis and Fotis Ioannidis (strain on the medial side) came on the field for the first time to run, apart from the program they followed in the gym, while Adam Tserin only completed the first part and did not participate in the mini double head . In half-court doubles, the two teams split as follows:


Orange: Brignoli, Sanchez, Magnuson, Kotsiras, Kriparakos, Campetsis.

Blue: Lodingin (Christogeorgos), Senkefeld, Huancar, Tsokai (Kyriopoulos), Verbits, Palasios (Simeonidis).


Winners were the “Blues” 6-2, thanks to two goals from Palasios – the first with a terrible left-footed lob that was applauded by the crowd – and one from Kyriopoulos, Symeonidis, Verbits and Tsokai, while for the ” Orange” by Kambetsis and Kotsiras.

In the last of the three games in the double-header, Palasios and Tsokai came out as substitutes and discharged.

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AEK saw what they will lose against Fernandes in December

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Vangelis Arnautoglou writes about the unofficial debut of Spanish winger Paulo Fernandez in the AEK shirt and the team’s image in general.

With so many absences on the wings of their midfield before the resumption of cup and league duties, all eyes were on the new signing during AEK’s friendly against Belgium’s Serene Paolo Fernandez.

The Spaniard reacted with such skill that it was easy to mistake him for a long-time team player.

In any case, Matias Almeida wanted to see him on the field as it is clear he intends to replace the injured Niklas Eliasson. But come on, the Spaniard is available from January 1st.

And until then there are three competitive matches – one for the cup against Kifissia and two for the league against Lamia and Volos – in which the Argentine coach cannot count on Zuber and Amrabat, alongside the two mentioned above, too. Difficult, if not otherwise, the puzzle for the AEK trainer.

Of course, life doesn’t end in the next three games and Fernandes came to stay at AEK for years. On his debut with their jersey, he proved he’s ready to read and act on the coach’s tactical commands just like Eliasson.

After all, two of AEK’s goals in the first half came from his feet.


Defensively he was always in the right place to provide assists, offensively he was almost always successful in one-on-ones, but he didn’t do so by forcing situations or acting cunningly.

When the ball had to leave his foot to go to a teammate, the Spaniard pushed all thoughts of vanity aside. He was who he needed to be, as Almeida wanted him to be, so extremely adapted to the team’s style from the first game.

A group with principles, a group with identity

Against the bottom of the Belgian league, despite many absences – Vida, Simanski, Gacinovic, Pineda, Mohammadi, Eliasson, Zuber, Amrabad, Hadjisafi – it was easy for AEK to assert themselves on the pitch, in short, they had the ideal opponent for a friendly game that, after hard work, concludes a period of preparation – albeit small.

As low as Seren’s potential may be, that doesn’t invalidate the game’s most encouraging conclusion: AEK is a side that plays the same way regardless of their absence.

The players who took the field, whether they were minor substitutes or second-team guys, knew exactly what to do and what plan to fulfill.

Of course, this cannot be done with the same efficiency and consistency as with the main players, but that is of little importance.

Rely on the coach’s eye and mind that everyone knows what to do, how to move, where to cover spaces, when to pass the ball, when to move in space or the opposing area with players out the axis loaded.

The identity, mentality and character of Almeida’s AEK are the elements that fuel the sense of confidence that the Union will continue to work orderly and harmoniously on the field, whoever is absent.

Certainly not of the same quality, but also not as wasteland without a strategic orientation. From such small details you can often see that the work of a coach concerns everyone and not just the best.

And when that’s properly ingrained in the soccer player’s mind, then he’s ready to play properly, whether it’s for three games in a row or just a five-minute help.

Source: sport 24

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Kovnatski and Stewart in front of Olympiakos to attack

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According to various sources from abroad, Poland’s David Kownatski and Scot’s Ross Stewart are being presented as Olympiakos transfer targets.

It seems that Olympiacos are looking in the market for ways to strengthen their attack and according to reports from abroad they have the Pole on their radar David Kovnatsky and the Scot Ross Steward.

The 25-year-old Fortuna Düsseldorf striker has a contract until the end of the season, which he does not want to extend. So, starting January 1, he can agree with any team for the coming summer, and the German club doesn’t want to lose him without a small win.

In the current season, Kovnatski, who is said to be of interest to Bundesliga clubs, has scored six goals and provided just as many assists in 17 appearances in the DFB Cup and in the B-League.


The list of Erythroleuks is said to contain The Sunderland striker, who started the Championship season strongly, scoring five goals and providing three assists in seven games, but injury halted his progress.

The 26-year-old Scot has been out since the beginning of September with a thigh tear third party Degree. The people at the English club are hoping to have him back in action before the end of the year, but it is uncertain whether he will continue to offer his services from the New Year.


Stewart’s contract expires in the summer, and Sunderland has an option to extend it by another twelve months. However, the publication states that the team is open to proposals valued at around €5 million.

Besides the Greek champions, other Greek teams have also shown interest in his case of Europe, including Rangers.

Source: sport 24

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