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Athens Kallithea, who remain in Super League 2 Group 2 in pursuit of Kifissia, have three goals



Athens Kallithea had an easy game against PAO Ruf, winning 3-1 and closing the gap again to Kifisia, who play Apollon Smyrnis on Monday (20/3).

Athens Kallithea had an easy game against PAO Roof, won 3-1 on Matchday 15 and closed the gap again to Kifisia, who play Apollon Smyrnis on Monday (20/3).

Aegaleo and Episkopi overtook Progressive and Herodotus with braces each, while OF Ierapetra and Ilioupoli ended in a 1-1 draw.

Athens Kallithea “cleaned” from the 6th minute

In Kallithea, the hosts “cleaned up” the game from the first five minutes, scoring two goals that gave them an early lead.

In the 3rd minute, Kynigopoulos passed Nabi into the penalty area, who sent the ball into the net to make it 1-0. Three minutes later, Kynigopoulos found a pass to Demetriou, who headed in to make it 2-0.

In the 72nd minute, PAO Ruf reduced the lead to 2:1 with Dalamitra. Kynigopoulos also found his way to 3-1 after the two assists in the 86th minute and reduced to four points from the top, but also had a match more than Kifisia.

Goal: 3′ Nabi, 6′ Demetrius, 86′ Kynigopoulos/72′ Dalamitras

Kallithea (Simos): Strezos, Matiyas, Kyrgias (46′ Koltsidas), Nabi, Loukinas (70′ Maltsi), Kynigopoulos, Weiss, Babis, Kainourgios (46′ Pereira), Vlachos, Demetrius (70′ Mounier).

PAO roof (rubber): Merciuri, Dalamitras, Mkrtsian, Papoutsoyiannopoulos, Katsoulis, Zacharos, Kallergis, Tsarkani (72′ Kyriazis), Venardos, Doumas, Zounis (46′ Tsiavos).

He won the “Derby” against “Proo” Aegaleo

With Tsiligiri’s ‘serve’ and Vlachomitro’s goal, Aegaleo beat Progressive 2-0 in the group’s ‘derby’. “City” scored two quick goals, first in the 4th minute and then in the 22nd minute by Vlahomitros, getting the 0-2, which was the final score.

Ccoll: 4′, 22′ Vlachomitros

Progressive (Charalambidis): Astras, Potsi, Nikolis (41′, according to Daviotis), Fazos, Karriki, Megaritis, Borges (77′, Angelopoulos), Efthymiou (50′, according to Pissas), Pavlidis, Madits (46′, Giannitsanis), Kapnidis.

Aegaleo (writer): Skafidas, Skenderai (87′ Nikolopoulos), Bousis, Papanikolas, Fourlanos, Tsitsaris, Bastianos (65′ Kostanassios), Stamatakis (65′ Polychronis), Kollas, Tsiligiris (87′ Kamara), Vlahomitros (73′ Dimoutsos).

Doubles for Episkopi, draw in Ierapetra

One goal was enough for Episkopi to defeat Herodotus. The two teams had several stages but failed to send the ball into the net.

It was Episkopi who scored the opening goal in the 87th minute through a goal by Koutsias and picked up three precious points in the fight to save.

Goal: 87′ Koutsias

Herodotus (Fyntanis): Golovic, Grigoropoulos (50′ Halkiadakis), Dubia, Pitsolis, Junior, Fernandez, Levichanin, Masado, Dotis, Fratrovic, Markovic.

Episkopi (Anifantakis): Psarras, Politis, Koutsias, Skenderai, Kefalas, Dabizas, Ampafou (56′ Ebouele), Arabatzis, Stathopoulos (75′ Tsiledakis), Papadopoulos, Voukelatos (65′ Cricklow).

In Ierapetra it was Ilioupoli who looked more dangerous and held the reins in the first half and in the 30th minute Vassiliou opened the scoring and gave the team the lead.

The second half belonged to the hosts and with a shot by Müller in the 84th minute they managed to equalize the game 1:1 and at least achieve a draw.

Goal: 84′ Müller/30′ Vassiliou

Office of Ierapetra (Digozi): Kyritsis, Karagiannis, Zisis, Itsios, Detler, Marathonitis (46′ Kardaris), Kataldi, Kallitsounakis (82′ Karabetsos), Muller (88′ Papadakis), Vuo, Blanc Kazau (88′ Jimenez).

Ilioupoli (Pantelis): Peristeridis, Andreou (90′ Baxevanos), Varkas, Vassiliou (77′ Bosnakidis), Gotsoulias, Dimitriadis (77′ Georgiadis), Kretsi (90′ Lazaridis), Kostopoulos, Bastakos, Ato (65′ Doi), Muriel.

The program and the results of the 15th match day of group B’

FRIDAY 03/17/2023

  • AEK II – Kalamata 0-0

SATURDAY 03/18/2023

  • Olympiacos B’ – Chania 2-0

SUNDAY 03/19/2023

  • Athens Kallithea – PAO roof 3-1
  • Progressive – Egaleo 0-2
  • Herodotus – Diocese 0-1
  • FROM Ierapetra – Ilioupoli 1-1

MONDAY 03/20/2023

  • Kifissia – Apollon Smyrna (15:15/ERT3)

DAY OFF: Panachian

Super League 2 Group B Ranking

  1. Kifissia 37 (13 games)
  2. Athens Kallithea 33 (14 games)
  3. Panachaiki 30 (14 games)
  4. Apollo Smyrni 28 (13 games)
  5. OF Ierapetra 24 (14 games)
  6. Chania 21 (14 games)
  7. Kalamata 20 (14 games)
  8. Ilioupoli 20 (14 games)
  9. Aigaleo 19 (14 games)
  10. Progressive 11 (14 games)
  11. AEK B’9 (13 games)
  12. Olympiacos B’7 (13 games)
  13. Diocese 8 (13 games)
  14. Herodotus 4 (13 games)
  15. PAO roof 0 (13 games)

*Olympiacos B’ was penalized -10

** OF Ierapetra was penalized -3

Source: sport 24

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12 months imprisonment for Dimitris Kalaitzidis




Apollon Pontos coach Dimitris Kalaitzidis has been found guilty of violence and insults. He was sentenced to 12 months in prison, reports NEWS24/7.

The coach of Apollon Pontos, Dimitris Kalaitzidis, has been sentenced to a total of 12 months in prison after complaining about an incident involving a manager of Veria a few days ago on the sidelines of the football match between the two teams in the Super League 2 championship in Polykastro Stadium in Kilkis.

As reported by NEWS24/7, the three-person Administrative Offenses Court in Kilkis found the 66-year-old trainer guilty of violence and insults within the meaning of the Sports Act as part of the spontaneous proceedings.

The court neither stayed the sentence nor granted a stay of appeal. However, he postponed the execution of the judgment by six months with a special provision of the Code of Criminal Procedure.

With the same decision, Mr. Kalaitzidis must be present at the police station for the next two years at the matches between Apollon Pontos and Veria.

He himself rejected the allegations in his apology.

Source: sport 24

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Athens Kallithea request referee replacement of Kifissia game




In a new letter to KED, Athens Kallithea demands the referee change in the game between Kifisia and Episkopi and the presence of Steve Bennett.

Third letter to KED and Steve Bennett from Athens Kallithea, on the referee definitions for matches of Super League 2 match day 28.

This time, Athens Kallithea requests Episkopi to replace the referee appointed for Kifisia’s game, pointing out that he (Konstantinos Poulikidis) does not qualify for Super League 1. The reason for the new letter concerns the request, submitted in writing by the Athens club a day earlier, that Super League 1 referees should be appointed for reasons of justice for all remaining games of Kifissia and Athens’ Kallithea.

At the same time, Athens Kallithea requests the presence of Steve Bennett in Rethymno for the match between Kifisia and Episkopi (if there is no replacement for Constantinos Poulikidis), instead of her own match against Ilioupoli as she requested a day earlier.

The letter in detail:

Dear Mr. Bennett,

According to our letter numbered: 26/30.5.2023 and telephone communication between the President, Mr. Viktoras Tsiolekas, and the member of KED, Mr. Stavros Mandalos, we regret to have found that in our match against Ilioupoli a rated referee was appointed and was not judged in the game of the other contender for the championship (PAE SA KIFISIA), for the game Episkopi – Kifisia, namely Mr. Poulikidis Konstantinos, whom you have already penalized twice this year.

We are obliged to point out – let us remind you that Mr. Pulikidis Konstantinos, among other matches, also officiated the famous PANSERRAIKOS – AEL matches against which PAE AEL had big and legitimate complaints against his decisions. It is also questionable how a SL2 referee from Drama was appointed to referee a game in Rethymnon.

As we have been unaware of the Championship being able to appoint qualified referees for both games, we call for the immediate replacement of Mr Poulikidis with a qualified SuperLeague 1 referee.

In the event that his replacement does not take place, we ask that you be present at the game EPISKOPI – KIFISIA.

We have faith in KED and your presence in this game will be a guarantee of the Championship’s credibility.

The letter will also be sent to the President of the Federation, Mr. Baltakos Panagiotis, who needs to be informed and give an opinion.


For Athens Kallithea FC

Victor Tsiolekas

Chairman and CEO of the Board of Directors

Source: sport 24

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Fiesta without a winner in Serres, Panserraikos and PAOK B’ ended in a draw




The match to celebrate Panseraikos’ promotion against PAOK B’ ended in a goalless draw, with Papazoglou announcing his retirement from active play.

In Panserraikos’ title fight against PAOK B’, the 0-0 final between the two sides was of little importance as the celebrations prepared for the Serres team and the departure of Tasos Papazoglou from active play stood out. He left with tears in his eyes.

The game wasn’t interesting from a points point of view, but there weren’t any periods when PAOK became dangerous in the second half and had chances to win and score with Tasiura.

The hosts came with several changes to their starting line-up, although it’s worth noting that this was only the first home game for Pavlos Dermitzakis’ side.

Her moment was touching of Taso’s Papazoglous substitution, with his teammates calling him “Pasillo” when he retired from active play and his opponents applauding him.

After the end, the trophy was presented to the champions by SL2 President Petros Marchoukos.

PANSERRAIKOS (Dermitzakis): Katsikas, Zeris (81′ Deligiannidis), Papazoglou (59′ Lymberakis), Karasalidis, Petavrakis, Thymeanis (70′ Staikos), Colombino, Stina, Mourgos (81′ Kanis), Bairovics, Katsantonis (70′ Said).

PAOK B (Garcia): Monastirlis, Spyrakos, Tasiouras (84′ Selimai), Ouedraogo, Kottas, Yiaxis, Grosdis, Darelas (65′ Spyridis), Hatzistravos (77′ Kitsakis), Meletidis, Gordeziani (84′ Panidis).

Source: sport 24

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