Looking for another positive result, the team of Katastari departed, Saturday morning, bound for Viotia where Sunday afternoon, 03/02, at noon they will face the Ypato team, for the 17th game of the 8th group of the C national division league. The islanders, with 28 points in the league, have psychology on their side and will try to get a positive result against a team that won 2-1 at the municipal stadium of the island and that has 22 points in the league. This is why players want to take revenge and to return to the island with the 3 points of victory. There is optimism in the team camp for a positive result. From the match will be absent the formidable central defender, Thodoris Brilakis, who has filled his cards (yellow) and will serve his sentence. Nikos Korfiatis and Lefteris Metaxas remain on the island.
Technician, Dimitris Nolis, took with him the following players: Drakopoulos, Tamaresis, Panagopoulos, Kourella, Sotiropoulos, Karvounis, Tiliopoulos, Petta, Kardari, Skourti, Marouda, Mezini, Musai, Marino, Droso.
Shock with Yannis Salakidis
It is not long ago the northern-greek striker Yiannis Salakidis came to help the team and he has been seriously injured. According to valid information the player, in the workout on Wednesday, didn’t put his foot down properly resulting in injury to the knee. The first medical assessments talk about rupture to the cruciate. This is a significant loss for the Katastari team as
the footballer came not long ago to the team and he played in the winning home match against Ambrisseia Distomou (3-0). The results of the MRI will soon be out and will show the exact problem.
Group 8 (17th game)
Ermionida – Pamisos Messini
Liaros, Sóvolos (Lakonia), Tsoukas (Arkadia), Asteras Vlachioti – Lerna
Avgerinos, Kirios, Stamatopoulos (Arkadia)
Amvrysseas – Mandraikos
Tassiopoulos, Sakkas, Samaras (Thessaly)
Ikosimia – Panarkadikos
Kalamaris, Lissaris, Vassilopoulos (Aitoloakarnania)
Ypato – Katastari
Yiannoukas Kottoros (Dodekanisou) Mitrofanis (Athens)
Panargeiakos – Kalamata
Polykronis (Pieria), Yiantsi (Imathia), Gournia (Eastern Attica)
Aspropyrgos – Pellana Kastoreiou
Konstantinidis (Samou), Dosi, Kafritsas (Athens).
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