PAOK


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PAOKPanthessalonikios Athlitikos Omilos Konstantinoupolis (Athletic Club of Constantinople in Thessaloniki; Thessaloniki, Greece)
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It then emerged that PAOK, who finished third in the league last season, are paying the ex-Manchester United star a whopping net salary of 2million Euros, which goes some way to explaining why Villa decided against a move.
Thank you so much for the reception, it's unbelievable; I didn't expect something like this, I'm just a simple person who plays football," said Berbatov, who came onto the pitch wearing a PAOK shirt with the number 10 on it.
Zagreb are marginal favourites to progress to the next stage following a 2-1 first leg win over PAOK in Croatia, with July 30 and August 6 the qualifying round.
PAOK, on the other hand, have drawn both matches against the same opponents giving the Greens a massive edge in the chase for that second Champions League place.
Super Single - Qarabag (23-20, Paddy Power) Top Treble - Sevilla, Bruges, PAOK (5-2, William Hill)
PAOK finished fourth last season in the Greek Premier League, and defeated Europe giants CSKA Moscow only few days ago.
Olympiakos - nick-k named 'anchovies' by opposition fans due to their home ground's location in Athens' Piraeus port - and PAOK are considered the fiercest rivalry in Greek football and police said a 34-yearold man covered the Olympiakos bench in several kilograms of fish.
UEFA Europa League Round of 32: Dnipro v Spurs, Real Betis v Rubin Kazan, Swansea v Napoli, Juventus v Trabzonspor, Maribor v Sevilla, Viktoria Plzen v Shakhtar Donetsk, Chornomorets v Lyon, Lazio v Ludogorets, Esbjerg v Fiorentina, Ajax v RB Salzburg, Maccabi Tel-Aviv v Basel FC, Porto v Eintracht Frankfurt, Anzhi Makhachkala v Genk, Dynamo Kiev v Valencia, PAOK v Benfica, Slovan Liberec v AZ.
Clashes erupted between Golden Dawn members and fans of the football club, but police intervened arresting the PAOK supporters.
UEFA said its disciplinary committee had fined PAOK, who have reached the last 32 of the Europa League, 250,000 euros ($319,000), of which 200,000 euros is suspended for a probationary period of three years.
Recent defeats to Rubin Kazan and PAOK Salonika meant Tottenham were big outsiders to progress from Group A before the match.
Goals from Steven Pienaar, Andros Townsend, Jermain Defoe and Harry Kane gave Tottenham a comprehensive victory over the Irish part-timers, but Rubin Kazan's 1-1 draw at PAOK Salonika meant the favourites for Group A crashed out.