UEFA probing PAOK complaint

The European soccer governing body, UEFA, has appointed an ethics and disciplinary inspector to look into complaints issued by Thessaloniki club PAOK over the treatment of its fans and members of its team by the Belgian police in the game against Club Brugge for the Conference League competition last week.

PAOK fans stage Tempe protest outside European Parliament in Brussels

Fans of the Thessaloniki soccer club PAOK unfurled on Thursday a large banner calling for justice for the 57 Tempe railway collision victims in front of the European Parliament building in Brussels, where they are attending a quarter-final game against Club Brugge in the Europa Conference League.

Panathinaikos brings AEK down from the top

Panathinaikos came from behind to inflict AEK's first defeat in 22 league games and allow PAOK to go top of the Super League table, while Olympiakos also remains in the title race.

The Greens defeated the champion 2-1 at the Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium on Wednesday, in a game whose first half was among the season's most spectacular.

Four years is ‘too long’ to have been away, says Bryan Adams as he heads to Greece

A music icon of the 90s, but also the writer of some of the world's greatest rock ballads, Bryan Adams is coming to Greece again for two shows this week.

Musician, singer and photographer, his name has been engraved in platinum lettering in the rock music bible, while songs like "Heaven" or "Summer of 69" continue to be played time and time again on radio stations.

One Hearts fan arrested after brawl in Thessaloniki 

Four fans of Scottish football club Hearts were detained in Thessaloniki on Wednesday night when a fight broke out between them in the popular bar district of Ladadika.

One of them, aged 24, was arrested after a small quantity of cocaine was found in his possession, while the rest were released. 

The fan is expected to appear before a prosecutor on Thursday. 

Denying Russian soccer player visa to enter Britain a ‘huge injustice’ says Greek club coach

Russian soccer player Magomed Ozdoev being denied a visa to enter Scotland for a European game was a "huge injustice," his coach at Greek club PAOK said Wednesday.

Ozdoev was refused entry by British authorities for the team's Europa Conference League qualifying game in Edinburgh on Thursday against Hearts.

Great start for Panathinaikos, mediocre for PAOK and Aris

Panathinaikos returned after six years to the Champions League qualifiers with a victory on the road, while PAOK and Aris recorded draws in their opening games for the Conference League qualifying stages.

The Greens won 3-1 at Kosice, in Slovakia, that Dnipro-1 uses as its home ground for its European games being unable to host matches in Ukraine.