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Roberto's heroics make Kasami's goal count
By George Georgakopoulos
Pajtim Kasami’s goal and Roberto’s heroics in goal saw Olympiakos claim one of the biggest wins in its history on Wednesday downing Italian champion Juventus 1-0 to boost its chances of reaching the last 16 of the Champions League.
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SOCCER
Roberto´s heroics make Kasami´s goal count
Pajtim Kasami’s goal and Roberto’s heroics in goal saw Olympiakos claim one of the biggest wins in its history on Wednesday downin...
SOCCER
Third-division Iroditos punished heavily after fan death
Greek third division team Irodotos has been docked 15 points and ordered to play 10 matches behind closed doors following the deat...
BASKETBALL
PAOK fans stop coach Markopoulos´s move to Olympiakos
Olympiakos is once again in the lookout for a new coach after the refusal of PAOK to release Soulis Markopoulos, while Panathinaik...
BASKETBALL
Reds lose to Nea Kifissia, search for new coach
Nea Kifissia recorded the biggest win of its short history in the top flight defeating Olympiakos 68-67 on Sunday, in a Basket Lea...
SOCCER
OFI stuns Panathinaikos, Mitroglou hits twice
OFI Crete produced the upset of the week in Greek soccer beating Panathinaikos in Athens for only the second time in its history o...
BASKETBALL
Greens survive Turow´s comeback to win
Panathinaikos completed its perfect start in all three competitions this season with victory in its Euroleague premiere against Po...
SOCCER
Ranieri gets Greece backing despite poor start
Under-pressure Greece coach Claudio Ranieri was publicly backed by Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) president Giorgos Sarris on ...
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SOCCER
OFI stuns Panathinaikos, Mitroglou hits twice
 
OFI Crete produced the upset of the week in Greek soccer beating Panathinaikos in Athens for only the second time in its history on Sunday, while PAOK stayed on top beating Atromitos at home and champion Olympiakos scraped through Ergotelis on Crete thanks to a late Costas Mitroglou winner on Saturday.
BASKETBALL
Greens survive Turow's comeback to win
 
Panathinaikos completed its perfect start in all three competitions this season with victory in its Euroleague premiere against Polish champions Turow on Friday, winning with an 84-77 score.

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INTERVIEW
RICHARD GNODDE
'Greece has already found its way'
By Babis Papadimitriou
“I think the markets will support you,” says Richard Gnodde, co-chief executive officer of Goldman Sachs International and co-head of the Investment Banking Division in this interview with Kathimerini on Sunday during a recent visit to Athens.
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GREEK NUTRITION
A guardian of food traditions
By Calliope Patera
Aikaterini Kamilaki-Polymerou’s specialist field is Greek nutrition, its history, recipes and cooking techniques, and she is an authority on the subject today. She is also the former director of the Hellenic Folklore Research Center.
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A Greek village on sale in Asia Minor
By Giorgos Lialios
Until 1922, Livissi was populated mainly by Greeks – 3,500 according to some sources and 6,500 according to others – who were forced to abandon hearth and home as part of the population exchanges between Greece and Turkey.
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