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Greece postpones powder keg Super League start - Kathimerini
The Greek government has put back the start of the soccer Super League fearing violence after weeks of bickering between the state, the soccer federation and major clubs. The championship was supposed to begin this weekend but Deputy Sports Minister ...
Gudjohnsen signs up for Indian Super League - World Soccer Talk
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New Delhi (AFP) – The veteran former Chelsea and Barcelona forward Eidur Gudjohnsen signed up Wednesday for the third edition of the Indian Super League (ISL) as the marquee player for FC Pune City. The much-travelled Icelander, a two-time winner of ...and more »
Victories for Greek clubs in Europe - Kathimerini
Greek soccer briefly forgot its domestic problems as PAOK Salonika won 3-0 at Dinamo Tbilisi, Panathinaikos beat Brondby by the same score and Olympiakos Piraeus triumphed 1-0 at Portugal's Arouca, in the Europa League playoffs on Thursday. Earlier on ...
Top Greek clubs threaten to boycott 2016-17 season - AS English
In April, Greece came close to being suspended from international football after the government ordered the Greek Cup final to be cancelled following crowd violence at a semi-final between PAOK and Olympiacos Piraeus. Global soccer body FIFA said the ...and more »
Olympiacos make Dolly move - report - Sport24
According to various news outlets across the country, Dolly has been on the radar of the 43-time Superleague champions for quite some time. However, Soccer Laduma are reporting that Olympiacos have now submitted an official bid. The 23-year-old ...
About Greece - Superleague
The Greek Super League is a football professional league in Greece. It was founded in 2006, as a replacement to the Alpha Ethniki, which was the country’s top football league. It consists of 16 teams with each team playing all the others twice for a total of 30 games per team, in the full season. The winner of the league automatically enters in the third qualifying round of the next UEFA Champions League; whereas second to fifth places teams enter a play-off for the second Greek entry.