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Loan Watch – The transfer window shake up

After a short absence, Thrylos World’s periodic look at how Olympiakos’ players out on loan abroad returns. As this is the first Loan Watch of 2016, and since the transfer window opened and closed, there has been a slight shuffling of the pack. Some players that were out on loan earlier in the season have left the club on a permanent basis during the window, while others that were at the Karaiskakis at the start of the season find themselves playing the remainder of the season out on loan.


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Transfer Focus – Quiet times at Karaiskakis

This January transfer window is quite bizarre. As all Reds fans will know, the transfer window is usually silly season for the Greek media with stories linking Olympiakos with all sorts of far fetched targets from all corners of the globe. This window is unusually quiet on the transfer rumour front. It may well be Silva’s style to keep his cards close to his chest, or it may well be that there is that little transfer activity on the horizon. Here is a brief overview of what few stories have featured in the press recently.


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Olympiakos drawn with The Star in the cup.

With Olympiakos breezing through the round of sixteen, there are only two rounds standing between them and another Olympic Stadium final. Thrylos defeated Chania in convincing fashion, 10-1 on aggregate, to reach the quarter finals.


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Thrylos World’s 2015 – Thank you

Hello all,
This is just a quick message from myself to say thank you to all the Thrylos World followers. Continue reading “Thrylos World’s 2015 – Thank you”

Greek sides learn Greek Cup 3rd round fate.

The draw for the third round of the Greek Cup has been made; Thrylos have been draw against football league side Chania.


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Olympiakos paired with Anderlecht in Europa League final 32

The draw for the Europa League round of 32 ties took place in Nyon, Switzerland this midday. Olympiakos were drawn against Belgian side Anderlecht.

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Injury woes mount for Arsenal ahead of Group F showdown.

Arsenal could welcome Theo Walcott and Laurent Koscielny back to action in this weekend’s Premier League tie with Sunderland. In spite of this fact, Arsene Wenger must have been pulling his hair out behind closed doors this week, as his injury problems worsened.


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Silva looking for a winning end to the year.

As the winter break approaches and the season’s mid-point is almost upon us, Marco Silva wants nothing but a Thrylos win in today’s home encounter with Asteras Tripolis.
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Olympiakos v Dinamo Zagreb – A look back at Matchday 4 in the UCL

Felipe Pardo came off the bench in Wednesday’s clash with Zagreb to rescue the night for Marco Silva’s side. Olympiakos recorded their third straight Champions League victory in what is proving to be another successful European campaign.

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