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This applies to Ponce and Puki: The Interest of PAOK and the Case of AEK

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What is true regarding the Ezequiel Ponce and Teemu Puki scenario of the last few days is the interest from PAOK, but the (so far encyclopaedic) information that AEK – just like last year – has first-hand about the Argentinian striker.

Well known to the Greek public even if we only saw one in person for at least a season. Ezekiel Ponce And Temple of Puki This confirms the most emotional – and certainly easier – connection that exists to our places for anyone who either comes through here (successfully) or is discussed at least once (and usually not only) once, they are in the daily life of the reportage of the last few days .

Mainly as targets of the PAOK, but not only of the blacks and whites involved in the relevant scenario. First for Ponce. Elche is relegated, they can’t keep the Argentine in Segunda and he doesn’t want to stay either.

What about Ponce?

PAOK was searched. Elche’s claims are 4.5 million euros. Now, on the second day of June. It is not known if they will remain the same later in the summer but now they are unaffordable for PAOK who cannot spend a single euro to buy a soccer player. And so one limited oneself to the question of which discussion, which interest.

AEK did the same. Whether the champions will sign a striker this summer is uncertain. Even if so, it’s not certain what type of striker he will be. That is, if they’re looking for a classic “nine,” or someone more peripheral, someone whose traits complement Levi Garcia’s.

However, the same as last yearIn order to get first-hand information and data, the “yellow-blacks” asked about their former footballer’s side again this year. So that they know the context, if and when they need it, if and when Ponce is ready.

Even though he hasn’t had a good season in La Liga, just like last year he doesn’t give the Greek league top priority and that’s why at the moment he’s at least trying to stay in the league foam, without however making his demands prohibitive would be. He collected 1.2 million euros this year in Elche.

The financials for Puki

As for Pookie. The eau de cologne lasts for years. Both Panathinaikos and PAOK had seriously courted the Finnish striker before his move to Norwich. It is now clear that Thessalonians have him on their list, if only as an alternative choice of main target to fill the position of striker they are looking for next season.

Contacts with the 33-year-old Scandinavian take time. Direct. PAOK officials have access to information about Puki from his (former “black and white”) teammates in Norwich. Accordingly, the Finn has the opportunity to learn as much as he likes about PAOK, Thessaloniki and the Greek league – and he has.

On the financial side, Pucci’s demands are slightly higher than Nelson Oliveira’s earnings in the past season. They are between 1.2 and 1.3 million euros.

Within the framework of the first contact, PAOK has not put more than 1 million on the table, mainly because the main priority for strengthening the scrimmage is with someone else and not with Puki, who for his part is wanted in the market anyway, since – as rumored — and offer from MLS and Minnesota.

Source: sport 24

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Esse: “I wanted to come back as quickly as possible”

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Santiago Ese, in his statements to COSMOTE TV, expressed his desire to quickly return to action, which he did.

Santiago Ese played with a mask in Olympiakos’ 4-1 win over Aris. The Argentine midfielder emphasized in his statements to COSMOTE TV that he wanted to return as soon as possible after his nose injury.

Ese’s statements in detail:

On his return from injury: “Today I felt very good on the pitch, but so did the whole team. I wanted to be back in action as quickly as possible. I discussed this with the trainer and the doctor. We did some tests with the mask in training, we saw that I could play and we tried.

For the game: “Our goal was to come out on the pitch really strong. We have largely succeeded in this. Even though we could have scored more often, we are happy with everything we achieved.”

On his decision to go to Olympiakos: “From the very first moment, everyone at Olympiakos welcomed me very well and I gained self-confidence. I feel very comfortable in the team and have adapted very well. The only way I can thank them is on the pitch.”

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The miner left Piraeus, Olympiakos is fire and laurel

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Pantelis Diamantopoulos writes about the unstoppable Fortunis, El Kaabi, who replaced Moron, emphasizes that Rodinei is not for Greece and makes it clear that nothing in the port looks the same now as it did last year

The bad mantra for Olympiakos was that they conceded another goal. This time he was in his house and had a bad time – like Kifissia – where he was in danger. End. All other manta rays were fine. The Piraeus “changed the lights” of Aris, who tried in various ways to make noise in Piraeus, but in the end he walked away with a large bill at his own expense.

And that is the case, because the pace of the “red and white” and the variety of imagination and threat have increased rapidly. The ghost of last year is gone. Last year’s coal team has given way to a turbo team that is becoming even more dynamic thanks to changes in the coach.

With a furious Fortunis (even if he missed a penalty), Olympiacos endured a terrible period after 60 minutes, with about all three Questa under the regime of absolute danger and execution. In the first relatively tough test at home, Piraeus again reached many finals, started the game well and finished with flying colors.

And the only… blemish was when they came out of the locker room at halftime. The positive for Martinez was that those who came off the bench came in well and had the desire to do their best. In general, the way the Piraeus team works seems to be such that the “that hurts and that kills” system can become the norm when the footballers are wild.

Hit specific…

We saw a first half in which Olympiakos Matarita scored. The choice of Akis Mantziou may have something to do with this particular footballer’s ability to work perfectly with his teammates and take the right positions, but he has a disadvantage that can leave you hanging for a game in “Karaiskakis”. . He is slow. Olympiacos took advantage. Often they would put him in the middle, other times they would run right past him with the ball at his feet, something not easy to see at a high level in 2023.

From this side there was also the own goal, with which the port team took the lead. Martinez started with Solbakken, who along with Fortunis switched positions when the opportunity arose. Masouras supported El Kaabi and when Piraeus went into the dressing room with a goal in their favor, their greatest achievement was that they didn’t worry.

El Kaabi and hello

The Ese-Kamara duo had blocked everything. The Thessalonians’ withdrawn lines forced them to grab some big balls in front of Moron. And when Manzios was forced to quickly change his plan (after the 1-0), he simply sent Suleimanov closer to the Spanish striker. Moron traveled to Piraeus as the hottest rider in the championship, overtaking Freire and Retso without touching or feeling him.

Now let El Kaabi take this scepter. Let the man see it and go and be forced to go well beyond the penalty area to get into the game. Here he made a vertical move three times in the first half, trying to get into the penalty area and unbalance the Red defense.

And in the second half he was proved right after a play brought the ball into the red zone. Keaney made a poor save in the middle of the pitch to steal the goal from Pardo. Aris came into the locker room very well and could have completely turned the game around. But if you lose four fours and have a post with Darida, there is a Fortunis who takes a correct corner and an El Kaabi who punishes you.

The Moroccan has so far made Olympians forget about Bakabou, and that’s great. When your striker hits the goal so often, you don’t have to worry. And the funny thing is that they didn’t have time to enjoy the 2-1, the 3-1 came as a training session. Vertical from Pontense, excellent low from Rodiney and super projection from El Kaabi.

Rodney for another championship

Jovetic scored a goal, which for what it’s worth was easy, but I don’t think everyone can do it. Fortounis was everywhere, as I wrote at the beginning, but I would like to point out again – as tiresome as I have become – that Rodinei is not for the Greek League. I hear a lot of “he doesn’t like going back” type comments. Let’s finally decide what we want to see. The Brazilian is the joy of football.

The guy takes over the side at a gallop. He is strong, nothing can stop him. On his night, he can single-handedly beat opposing midfielders and opposing full-backs. He enters enemy territory like he’s buying candy in a supermarket. And in the end he improved a lot compared to last year and locks … Aris lost fairly, no one knows what would have happened if Darida had hit a little closer to the post, but with assumptions you can’t discuss anything in this world. ..

Source: sport 24

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Kamara: “We give the maximum and it shows in the results”

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Mandi Kamara, in his statements after Olympiakos’ victory over Aris, said that all players were committed to victory.

Olympiacos won 4-1 against Aris. Mandi Kamara emphasized in his statements to COSMOTE TV that the team gives him the maximum and this can be seen in the results.

Kamara’s statements in detail:

On the question of whether the four goals are… internal regulation: “It doesn’t matter who scores the goals, we are all committed to the team winning because they deserve it.”

About whether he had expected that things would be so tight in the group now: “We try to use every opportunity to give the maximum. That’s what came out, that shows in the result, because I make the most of every moment.”

For El Kaabi: “It doesn’t matter who scores the goals, whether Arabi, Kaabi or Jovetic. Whoever scores is important because the team wins.”

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