Paniliakos remained undefeated at home this season, with a spirited performance in a goalless draw (0-0) against Glyfada.

Whilst Paniliakos had chances to win the game, not least in the dying minutes when they managed to hit the crossbar with a barrage of attacks led by Tafarlis. The dismissal of Nikolopoulos for a second yellow card on 90 minutes didn't help.

Glyfada had the ball in the back of the net on 73 minutes, through Karachaliou, but thankfully the goal was ruled out for the Greek striker being marginally offside.


It looks as though Paniliakos' first-team will be having a weekend off, with the games scheduled for this weekend due to be postponed by the league in protest at a new law the government are bringing in.

With the credit crisis hitting the Greeks hard, the government has brought in a tranch of new laws which will make tracking all he money in the game much more transparent, and allow them to ensure that there aren't any dodgy 'pocket transactions'.

Best Performance Yet

Paniliakos played well in their latest friendly, but even that couldn't stop them from being defeated 3-1. Whilst the scoreline tells its own story, it was a much better performance by Paniliakos, who deserved more from the game.

Paniliakos faced their strongest opposition of the season in the friendly, against Super League team Levadiakos at the Municipal Stadium Livadia.


Panathinaikos FC have booked their place in the next seasons Champions League after a 2-0 win. Gilberto Silva, who is set to leave Panathinaikos after three years in Athens said: "I am very happy we managed to achieve our goal, a Champions League spot. However, I would have preferred to part company with Panathinaikos after having won another title."


UNC Asheville soccer player Lassi Hurskainen's video showing his incredible skills with the football has attracted almost 1 million views on Youtube. Before last week Lassi Hurskainen was probably not known outside of the Big South Conference and his hometown of Joensuu, Finland.

Now, the junior goalkeeper for the UNC Asheville men's soccer team is a worldwide sensation because he is now part of the latest fad in college sports, the trick shot video.


There are mixed feelings in Paniliakos tonight, after the draw with Heracles, which did nothing to help our league position.

The preformance by the players was very good (with players running their legs off to get into attacking positions, and track back), and Paniliakos missed a great opportunity to get what would have been a great victory. In the first half especially, we created chances and could have scored some classic goals.


Paniliakos were stunned out of their winning streak with a poor away performance against Rodos in the Greek Ethniki C league.

Whilst every team could do with a player like Lionel Messi, it seems that Paniliakos need to add have the attacking prowess - on current form they're struggling to break even the weakest of defences.

Greek hopeful Topalis opened the scoring with a great finish on 29 minutes before the game was put beyond doubt with Kaklamanos neat headed goal on 77 minutes.

Paniliakos FC

Paniliakos (also uncommonly Panileiakos) was founded in 1958 from the union of four teams from the city of Pyrgos (Ethnikos, Iraklis, A.E.K., Apollon). It was a vision of three people: Lampaounas, Galanopoulos and Liatsis.