Association football

Injured Fortounis faces six months out of action

Olympiakos captain and Greece's midfield linchpin Costas Fortounis has suffered a serious knee injury that rules him out of action for an estimated six months. He will be operated next weekend.

The influential midfielder suffered a rupture on his cruciate ligament and is going to undergo an operation on July 20. He is expected to return to action for Olympiakos after Christmas.

Bulgarian Football Club Levski Supporters Arrested in Bratislava for Mass Fights

Supporters of the Bulgarian "Levski" participated in a serious fight in the center of the Slovak capital Bratislava against fans of Krakowia and Ajax Amsterdam.

The "Blue" supporters sat in the center of the city, after which the Vandalism took place in Bratislava. The video on a popular Instagram profile shows how to start strolling from the cafes, as well as crashing windows.

Ludogorets Heads for its First Champions League Test

Ludogorets starts the Champions League this year with visit to Ferencvaros. The Bulgarian champion is visiting Budapest in the first match of the first qualifying round and will hope for a good result that will give them the appropriate starting points before the rematch.

Prior to the match coach Stoicho Stoev expressed his confidence that his team was completely ready.

Marinakis welcomes political change following elections

Olympiacos FC leader and Piraeus City Councillor Evangelos Marinakis, who received the most votes in the recent municipal elections, told journalists after casting his vote today that,"A new day is beginning for the Greek people and all together we shall try to make a new Greece in which the sacrifices of the Greek people will be vindicated".

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