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  • #16
    Androutsos might be heading to Atromitos. A player who I believe can become Greece’s best midfielder (#8). A player who can defend and attack equally well. More technical than Samaris and Kourbelis and a faster player than Bouchalakis. I believe Olympiakos are sabotaging his development by not using him. He needs to be playing week in and week out. The national team is hurting in the middle of the park. Androutsos wont be a major difference but he would provide much needed speed and energy and is a great link from defence to attack. He is capable of getting passed players 1 on 1 and can play smart through balls. He just needs more playing time so he can blossom.

    2 players that Greece desperately need are Androutsos and Fetfatzidis. Both will sharpen our attack and provide energy and creativity respectively. Something that Greece needs more of!! By having these 2 on the field. Fortounis wouldn’t and shouldn’t be needed all the time. With Androutsos at CDM/CM and Fetfatzidis on the wing Fortounis life would be made much easier and the team would look more dangerous.
    Last edited by Dean97; 08-16-2019, 09:50 AM.

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    • #17
      Now apparently Pedro Martins doesn’t need Androutsos and Atromitos are looking to buy him out right. Androutsos is too good for Atromitos in my opinion and should instead look for a club abroad.

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        • #19
          Vellios scored a stunner against Lamia:



          It's got my vote for goal of the season.

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          • #20
            Hell of a strike!!

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            • #21
              Just signed former AEK wing back - Galo! Good signing

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              • #22
                I saw highlights. Vellios scored two, but it wasn't enough to prevent PAOK from running away with a 3-2 win. His first showed good positional sense. He played right in between the two defenders and he could have stolen in front of Varela had the ball instead been played near post (although had it been played there, I don't think he would have scored). His second goal was clever, even though Paschalakis over committed himself and made things a bit easier; however, it still took a good bit of skill and head's up thinking to pull off a clever finish. The Atromitos keeper really should have done better on the second goal too. Atromitos seem to have had a hard time defending on their set-pieces as well, which cost them the game.

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                • #23
                  His second goal is pure class. Both feet used and very cleaver all the way through plus finish... I have to say I was super impressed, now days, you don’t see Greeks doing that very often

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                  • #24
                    I saw him as a guest on the Sunday show. In the highlights I saw before, I only had seen the finish itself, but I saw the touch to beat the defender later on the Sunday show highlights. It was a classy goal and he himself said this was tougher to score than the bicycle he pulled off last weekend. He's a good quality player to watch. If he can carry this form throughout the season, and if other struggle, then he deserves another shot with Greece. Just didn't have any confidence in the Greece jersey though, maybe at Atromitos he will find that confidence again, as he seems to be doing now. For all his talents, he doesn't seem strong nor fast enough to beat high quality defenders, but the skill and ability to score is there. He reminds me a lot of Vryzas. They're very similar players.

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