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Under-15’s crowned champions [with pictures]

Consistent with its plan and the football it seeks to deliver, the PAOK Academy added another trophy to its rich collection. The Under-15 side of Savva Konstantinidis and Kosmas Vakoufaris, the generation of 2009, beat Olympiacos 1-0 in the Super League final, making it back-to-back titles. This is the fifth Under-15 championship, and the little youngsters celebrated it in style…

21.05.2024

With anxiety and mobility in equal measure during the first 40 minutes, both teams showed a desire to make a great game of it and to a large extent they succeeded in it. The Double-headed Eagle went close through Chaldezos in the 14th minute and then again with a shot from Kalpakis in the 31st minute, while Olympiacos got behind the PAOK defence twice but found Nikolaidis in front of them, with the latter making good saves.

At the start of the second half, PAOK found the way to the net. In the 41st minute, Chaldezos cut in from the left, passed to Tsialis, whose parallel pass found Topalidis, with the latter taking advantage to score and make it 1-0. Olympiacos pressed more after that, as was expected, but they did not really threaten to socre a goal. PAOK held on comfortably, even counter-attacked and were close to a second goal, before finally celebrating another championship, the second consecutive in the Under-15 age category.

Team lineups: Olympiacos: Tavoularis, Siozos, Tsalapatanakis, Maras, Gousios, Goranitis (46′ Lazaridis), Angelopoulos (57′ Angelopoulos), Papageorgiou, Seferlis (69′ Kostis), Mousiadis (69′ Maglogiannis), Panagopoulos.

PAOK: Nikolaidis, Mischos, Dimitrakopoulos (75′ lt. Scznauczner), Kalpakis, Filippiadis, Gersos, Topalidis (80′ Matera), Lazaridis, Souvlatzis (52′ Bouklas), Tsialis (80′ Papadopoulos), Chaldezos.

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Under-15’s crowned champions [with pictures]

Consistent with its plan and the football it seeks to deliver, the PAOK Academy added another trophy to its rich collection. The Under-15 side of Savva Konstantinidis and Kosmas Vakoufaris, the generation of 2009, beat Olympiacos 1-0 in the Super League final, making it back-to-back titles. This is the fifth Under-15 championship, and the little youngsters celebrated it in style…

21.05.2024

With anxiety and mobility in equal measure during the first 40 minutes, both teams showed a desire to make a great game of it and to a large extent they succeeded in it. The Double-headed Eagle went close through Chaldezos in the 14th minute and then again with a shot from Kalpakis in the 31st minute, while Olympiacos got behind the PAOK defence twice but found Nikolaidis in front of them, with the latter making good saves.

At the start of the second half, PAOK found the way to the net. In the 41st minute, Chaldezos cut in from the left, passed to Tsialis, whose parallel pass found Topalidis, with the latter taking advantage to score and make it 1-0. Olympiacos pressed more after that, as was expected, but they did not really threaten to socre a goal. PAOK held on comfortably, even counter-attacked and were close to a second goal, before finally celebrating another championship, the second consecutive in the Under-15 age category.

Team lineups: Olympiacos: Tavoularis, Siozos, Tsalapatanakis, Maras, Gousios, Goranitis (46′ Lazaridis), Angelopoulos (57′ Angelopoulos), Papageorgiou, Seferlis (69′ Kostis), Mousiadis (69′ Maglogiannis), Panagopoulos.

PAOK: Nikolaidis, Mischos, Dimitrakopoulos (75′ lt. Scznauczner), Kalpakis, Filippiadis, Gersos, Topalidis (80′ Matera), Lazaridis, Souvlatzis (52′ Bouklas), Tsialis (80′ Papadopoulos), Chaldezos.

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Under-15’s crowned champions [with pictures]

Consistent with its plan and the football it seeks to deliver, the PAOK Academy added another trophy to its rich collection. The Under-15 side of Savva Konstantinidis and Kosmas Vakoufaris, the generation of 2009, beat Olympiacos 1-0 in the Super League final, making it back-to-back titles. This is the fifth Under-15 championship, and the little youngsters celebrated it in style…

21.05.2024

With anxiety and mobility in equal measure during the first 40 minutes, both teams showed a desire to make a great game of it and to a large extent they succeeded in it. The Double-headed Eagle went close through Chaldezos in the 14th minute and then again with a shot from Kalpakis in the 31st minute, while Olympiacos got behind the PAOK defence twice but found Nikolaidis in front of them, with the latter making good saves.

At the start of the second half, PAOK found the way to the net. In the 41st minute, Chaldezos cut in from the left, passed to Tsialis, whose parallel pass found Topalidis, with the latter taking advantage to score and make it 1-0. Olympiacos pressed more after that, as was expected, but they did not really threaten to socre a goal. PAOK held on comfortably, even counter-attacked and were close to a second goal, before finally celebrating another championship, the second consecutive in the Under-15 age category.

Team lineups: Olympiacos: Tavoularis, Siozos, Tsalapatanakis, Maras, Gousios, Goranitis (46′ Lazaridis), Angelopoulos (57′ Angelopoulos), Papageorgiou, Seferlis (69′ Kostis), Mousiadis (69′ Maglogiannis), Panagopoulos.

PAOK: Nikolaidis, Mischos, Dimitrakopoulos (75′ lt. Scznauczner), Kalpakis, Filippiadis, Gersos, Topalidis (80′ Matera), Lazaridis, Souvlatzis (52′ Bouklas), Tsialis (80′ Papadopoulos), Chaldezos.