PAOK Nea

PAOK Nea

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Be the first one to find out the latest news and information about your favorite football club - P.A.O.K.! Discover some of the latest rumors about the transfers of P.A.O.K., their matches, scores and results! P.A.O.K. app for Android - for all passionate fans!
Find out about the best players on the team: Bertrand Robert, Lino, Zvonimir Vukic, Dimitris Salpigidis, Jacobo Sanz Ovejero, Liam Lawrence, and other great football players!
- Read biographies of players, as well as biographies of the legends who used to play football for P.A.O.K.!
- Latest transfer rumors and transfer news: P.A.O.K. new home kit, news, calendar, games and results, the Superleague Table and more!
- Livescore soccer trophies the club and squad-players and positions!
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- Results of P.A.O.K. VS Superleague Greece opponents!

PAOK – the initials stand for the Pan-Salonika Athletic Club of Constantinople – were founded on 20 April 1926 by Greek refugees from Istanbul; they moved to their current Toumbas Stadium on 6 September 1959. Having lost the Greek Cup finals of 1939, 1951 and 1955, a PAOK side featuring the brilliant Giorgos Koudas played in five further showpieces from 1970-74 and won their first silverware under English coach Les Shannon by beating Panathinaikos FC 2-1 in the 1972 decider, Koudas getting both goals. PAOK reached the 1973/74 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup quarter-finals and a second Greek Cup under Shannon followed in 1974, Olympiacos FC overcome 4-3 on penalties following a 2-2 draw. Hungarian coach Gyula Lóránt then took command, leading the club to their first league title in 1976, but died of a heart attack while watching PAOK play in 1981; the club won a second crown under Austrian Walter Skocic, having gone unbeaten at home in the league throughout the 1984/85 season. While the club won Greek Cups in 2001 and 2003, financial problems dogged them until 2007, when UEFA EURO 2004-winning Greek captain Theo Zagorakis took over as president vowing to bring stability and footballing success.

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