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Expedition to the Netherlands

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters. Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from …

12.07.2014

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters.

Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from there they will go to Oosterbeek, where they will be stationed for the next 17 days.

PAOK’s expedition to the Netherlands consists of: Giakoumis, Melissas, Katsikas, Skondras, Pozatzidis, Savvidis, Polyzos, Popovic, Panagiotoudis, Athanasiadis, Konstantinidis, Miguel Vítor, Papadopoulos, Golasa, Kitsiou, Pozoglou, Spyropoulos, Tzandaris, Koulouris, Kace, Qose, Raț. Martens and Maduro will join the team directly in the Netherlands.

Christos Intzidis, who suffered a first degree strain in the right quadriceps, has already started his recuperation program and will stay at Thessaloniki. Panagiotis Deligiannidis also remained in Greece, as he just underwent nasal diaphragm surgery.

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Expedition to the Netherlands

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters. Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from …

12.07.2014

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters.

Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from there they will go to Oosterbeek, where they will be stationed for the next 17 days.

PAOK’s expedition to the Netherlands consists of: Giakoumis, Melissas, Katsikas, Skondras, Pozatzidis, Savvidis, Polyzos, Popovic, Panagiotoudis, Athanasiadis, Konstantinidis, Miguel Vítor, Papadopoulos, Golasa, Kitsiou, Pozoglou, Spyropoulos, Tzandaris, Koulouris, Kace, Qose, Raț. Martens and Maduro will join the team directly in the Netherlands.

Christos Intzidis, who suffered a first degree strain in the right quadriceps, has already started his recuperation program and will stay at Thessaloniki. Panagiotis Deligiannidis also remained in Greece, as he just underwent nasal diaphragm surgery.

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Expedition to the Netherlands

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters. Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from …

12.07.2014

After the first sessions in Toumba Stadium and the week spent at Elatochori, the expedition of PAOK is flying to the Netherlands on Thursday, where they will hold their main preseason stage and will dispute five friendly encounters.

Angelos Anastasiadis and his players will fly to Düsseldorf, Germany, and from there they will go to Oosterbeek, where they will be stationed for the next 17 days.

PAOK’s expedition to the Netherlands consists of: Giakoumis, Melissas, Katsikas, Skondras, Pozatzidis, Savvidis, Polyzos, Popovic, Panagiotoudis, Athanasiadis, Konstantinidis, Miguel Vítor, Papadopoulos, Golasa, Kitsiou, Pozoglou, Spyropoulos, Tzandaris, Koulouris, Kace, Qose, Raț. Martens and Maduro will join the team directly in the Netherlands.

Christos Intzidis, who suffered a first degree strain in the right quadriceps, has already started his recuperation program and will stay at Thessaloniki. Panagiotis Deligiannidis also remained in Greece, as he just underwent nasal diaphragm surgery.