Sport – 1 Mar, 2010
PAOK have gone top of the Super League after beating Xanthi 3-0 away to reaffirm their title credentials.
A 19-year-old helped Panathinaikos FC earn a startling 3-2 win at AS Roma and a place in the UEFA Europa League last 16.
The 2009 king of European club basketball was knocked out obut Olympiakos looks to be the heir apparent, continuing its perfect Top 16 form.
The Reds atrocious away record in the Champions League does not bode well for Olympiakos’s hopes to progress to the next stage against Bordeaux.
Melbourne risks missing the action on mixed martial arta, one of the hottest sports in the world, argues Andrew Haralambous.
The Socceroos will battle New Zealand ahead of the World Cup, Football Federation Australia (FFA) has announced, with the match acting as a farewell game ahead of South Africa at t
Wellington Phoenix owner Terry Serepisos has revealed plans to bankroll the club for the next decade, despite the recession forcing him to scale back his property ventures.
News – 28 Feb, 2010
United Nations special envoy Matthew Nimetz visited Athens to continue to establish a basis on which Greece and the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) can work to solve
Cypriot President Demetris Christofias and Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat held their first round of talks last week following the recent visit of UN Secretary-General Ban
The speaker of the Greek Parliament Filippos Petsalnikos has condemned German press reports on Greece’s financial crisis that he said “surpassed all limits” .