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Arsenal sell striker Akpom to PAOK

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Sokratis, AEK to donate to Greece wildfire victims

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Arsenal sell striker Chuba Akpom to Greek club PAOK

Arsenal have sold striker Chuba Akpom to Greek club PAOK for an undisclosed fee.

Arsenal announced the deal on Friday, with Akpom moving abroad again after spending part of last season on loan in Belgium.

The 22-year-old has been at Arsenal since the age of six but never managed to establish himself in the first team and has had six loan stints in the last five years.

He made a total of 12 appearances for the Gunners under Arsene Wenger, including seven in the 2013-14 season, but was left out of...

Arsenal's Sokratis Papastathopoulos, AEK Athens players to donate to Greece wildfire victims

Firefighters try to extinguish flames during a wildfire near the village of Kineta, Greece.
Wildfires have swept through the Athens suburbs in recent days as firefighters struggled to control the blaze.

Arsenal defender Sokratis Papastathopoulos and AEK Athens players are among those who will donate blood and give money to the victims of the wildfires in Greece.

At least 79 people have been killed and more than 200 have been injured near Athens in the deadliest wildfires on record in the country.

Sokratis, a Greece international who joined Arsenal from Borussia Dortmund earlier this month, owns a restaurant, Platea, with his family in southern Greece, and they plan to donate to charities offering...

 By PA Sport

UEFA bans Panathinaikos from European football for three seasons

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Greece's oldest football club Panathinaikos have been banned from European competition for three seasons for failing to pay their debts, UEFA has announced.

The Athens-based club were given a suspended sentence by UEFA's Club Financial Control Body, the panel that oversees the governing body's financial fair play rules, in December and told they had until March 1 to settle their unpaid bills.

On March 19, however, the panel's investigatory chamber concluded that Panathinaikos had still not paid...

Panathinaikos settle debts with Michael Essien, two others in effort to avoid points deduction

Former Chelsea midfielder Michael Essien reflects on the Blues' 2017-18 season and his days playing at Stamford Bridge.

ATHENS, Greece -- Panathinaikos say long-delayed payments have been made to Michael Essien and two others in an effort to avoid losing nine points as the Greek club struggles with mounting debts and the threat of relegation.

A sports judge ordered Panathinaikos to settle debts with Essien, Argentine winger Sebastian Leto and Spanish forward Toche within three days or lose the points.

Club officials did not say how much money had been paid.

Essien moved to Panathinaikos from AC Milan in 2015 and...

Panathinaikos deducted three points for unsettled player wages

Panathinaikos' Jens Wemmer, left, vies for the ball with Bruges' Bolingoli Mbombo.
Panathinaikos has not reached a settlement over unpaid wages with former defender Jens Wemmer.

The Greek Super League has deducted three points from Panathinaikos after the club failed to settle unpaid wages with former player Jens Wemmer.

The league said the points will be returned if the debt is settled. The decision dropped Panathinaikos two places to 11th in the league with 29 points from 26 games.

Panathinaikos are facing the threat of relegation over mounting financial troubles amid reports players have been skipping practice in protest of payment delays, and in February, UEFA warned...