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AN OMONIA football fan was arrested on Sunday for throwing fire crackers before the APOEL vs. Omonia match at GSP stadium in Nicosia.According to police the man was arrested for throwing fire crackers at members of police before the match began. A policeman was slightly injured on the leg during the episode and was treated at the police station’s clinic... Read on
APOEL’s coach Ivan Jovanovic proclaimed himself satisfied with his team’s performance in a goalless draw against Anorthosis this weekend, but said his side need at least six points from the remaining four matches to secure the championship title.“All the teams in the playoffs are good and every match will be very difficult” assessed Jovanovic. “I believe that we played well, created opportunities, but unfortunately failed to convert them into goals. “We are now fully focusing on our next match against AEK. We might have a six-point advantage over Anorthosis but with four matches still to be played, anything can happen,” he added... Read on
APOEL and Anorthosis played out a goalless stalemate Saturday afternoon at the GSP Stadium in Nicosia - a result that definitely suits APOEL more, as they maintained a six-point lead atop the championship playoffs group with four matches remaining.The match started at a high pace but that did not last long as both teams quickly settled in to defend their own goal and look for an opportunity to score on the counter attacks.APOEL produced two quality chances throughout the entire half, both after corner kicks, but Anorthosis’ goalkeeper Christos Mastrou showed his class on each of the two occasions... Read on
Comprehensive 3-0 victories for both Omonia and AEK over APOEL and Anorthosis respectively blew the title race wide open as the gap between the league leaders and Omonia in fourth position is now reduced to 10 points with five matches remaining.“We took advantage of their mistakes and deservedly won the match. When you have an opponent like APOEL, beating them without conceding a goal is a great achievement. We were passionate and thirsty for success,” said Omonia coach Toni Savevski.“My players are ... staying focused as we still have a difficult battle ahead of us,” he added... Read on
APOEL pulled three points clear of Anorthosis at the top of the national football league after trouncing AEP Paphos 6-0, while Omonia kept their championship playoffs hopes alive with a convincing 4-1 victory over Olympiakos.“I want to congratulate the players and the coaches of AEP. Only they know what they have been through this season," said APOEL manager Jovanovic whose men moved a step closer to the regular season championship title after their seventh consecutive win. ... Read on
A WORLD War II veteran handed his €500 monthly pension over to Omonia Football Club yesterday, in a bid to help his beloved team collect €5 million in order to meet UEFA Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations. Omonia president, Stelios Mylonas, came out yesterday to confirm rumours that the club, which is a total of €17 million in debt, needs to collect €5 million by March 31 or risk sanctions from UEFA for not meeting the FFP regulations over clubs getting into excessive debt... 11 comments