PAS Giannina climbed to third in the Super League on Monday night after coming from behind to win at Panetolikos, while two more managerial changes have taken place in the top flight.
Frenchman Christopher Maboulou scored twice to overturn a Panetolikos 1-0 lead and give PAS a thoroughly deserved 2-1 at Agrinio that has lifted it above PAOK and AEK at the standings, and just five points from leader Olympiakos.
The Ioannina club has a game in hand too: Its game with Levadiakos – originally postponed due to an earthquake – has been rescheduled for November 23, the Super League announced on Tuesday.
Meanwhile Larissa inexplicably announced on Monday morning it has sacked its head coach, Angelos Anastasiadis and all of his assistants as well as technical director Thomas Kyparissis. Anastasiadis found out about his dismissal (after a 2-0 home win over Panionios too) from the journalists. His predecessor Sakis Tsiolis is set to replace him.
Iraklis is also about to acquire a new coach, probably Savvas Pantelidis, after caretaker Yiannis Amanatidis had an incident at the locker room with some his players following the 2-0 loss at Panathinaikos, and decided to quit.