2008â€“09 Superleague Greece
The Super League 2008 /09 was the third since the top division in Greece Super League is called. The season was held from April 26, 2009 of 31 August 2008. Olympiakos was champion Panathinaikos secured by the victory in the playoffs the second place in the Champions League.
As of June 16, 2009
- M = Acting Master
- P = Acting Cup Winners
- N = Neuaufsteiger from the Beta Ethniki
The cross table presents the results of all games this season represents the home team is listed in the left column, the visiting team on the top line.
The teams that find themselves at the end of the current Super League season in the squares Two to Five, playing in the so-called play-offs, a mini - elimination tournament to the European launch sites. Here, the second of the three regular season points will be credited, and the third two, the fourth and the fifth one no. The winner of the playoffs is safe to participate in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Champions League. The runner-up will qualify for the third and final qualifying round of the UEFA Cup, the third-place start in the UEFA Cup qualifying round two.
Playoff - Final Table
↓ H / A →
The champion team of Olympiakos Piraeus
(considering players were at least three inserts; provided in parentheses to the matches and goals are specified)
- Goal Pavel Kovac (3 / -), Antonios Nikopolidis (28 / -)
- Defense: Paraskevas Antzas (18 / -), Raul Bravo ( 6 / -), Didier Domi (16 / -), Georgios Galitsios (6 / - ), Leonardo (8 / -), Anastasios Pantos (21 / -), Avraam Papadopoulos (22 / -), Kyriakos Papadopoulos ( 4 / -), Vassilios Torosidis (19/ 2), Michal Zewlakow (20 / -)
- Midfielders: Fernando Belluschi (25/ 5), Dudu Cearense (26/ 3), Predrag Djordjevic ( 24/2 ), Sebastián Leto (24 /1), Konstantinos Mendrinos (14 / -), Oscar ( 20/3 ), Giannis Papadopoulos (9 / -), Christos Patsatzoglou (18 /1), Ieroklis Stoltidis (5 / -)
- Striker Matt Derbyshire ( 7/5), Diogo (26/ 6), Luciano Galletti (27 /14), Darko Kovacevic (14/ 4), Konstantinos Mitroglou ( 7/2)
- Coach: Ernesto Valverde
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Continental Cup competitions: Champions League | UEFA Cup
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- Super League Ellada
- Football in 2008
- Football in 2009