Paniliakos ready for the season

Paniliakos coach has stated that his team is ready for the new season.

He said that the players have been training well and that they have followed the instructions closely. He believes that the team can have a good season and improve on last year’s rankings.

Paniliakos to play first friendly game

Paniliakos is busy preparing themselves for the new season.

The team has started training for the new season some two weeks back and are ready to play in their first friendly game against rival Limnochori. The match will be held in Syntriada.

Paniliakos players have been undergoing intense preparation in order to prepare themselves both physically and technically. The coach said that some players need a personalized training plan while others have been training with the team. The personalized training sessions are mainly for players that are recovering from injuries or players that have special needs.


Canada is back in the race to win a gold medal in the women’s football event at the 2016 Rio Olympics. They defeated their French opponents by a lone goal in a keenly contested match on Friday, August 12m 2016.

Canada reached the top three in the last Olympics hosted in London after defeating France 1-0 at the semi finals to pick up the bronze medal. This year again, the Canadian women repeated the same feat but on a lower rung by getting past them by the same margin to reach the semi finals. The higher-ranked French opposition hoped to pull a revenge at the quarterfinals, but it quite happen.

Michael Skibbe confident on Club getting back in form

Michael Skibbe reckons the Sky-blue white can’t take as long to come to full flow as they took during the first game of their OZ visit in which they got defeated by one goal by the hosts.

The coach, a native of West Germany, has called for more rush from his players from first minute itself as the action shifts to Melbourne.

Ahead of second game, Skibbe said, “It was more of us letting the opposition dominate than the opposition dominating us. I mean when you err so much, it will help the other team and they will of course look better.”


The group stage of the Euro 2016 hosted by France has ended, but speculations about who might lift the trophy have increased.

The likely winners were picked out earlier but after the group stage, the tournament shows it is still very open. There was a time an underdog came from behind to steal the trophy. Greece at Euro 2004.

Nikos Karampelas has signed for Valladolid

The former Paniliakos defender, Nikos Karampelas has signed for Valladolid on a 6 months contract from Levante.

Nikos Karampelas made his debut with his hometown side Paniliakos in the Beta Ethniki in 2004. He will make 48 appearances for Paniliakos and scored 2 goals in the process.

His good performance with Paniliakos attracted the interest of other Greek clubs, and two years later he signed for Aris.

However, he will miss a penalty in a 0-0 draw against fierce rivals PAOK and will receive threats from his club’s fans.