2010–11 Olympiacos F.C. season

2010–11 Olympiacos F.C. season
Olympiacos
2010–11 season
Chairman Greece Vagelis Marinakis
Manager Spain Ernesto Valverde
UEFA Europa League Third qualifying round
Home colours
Away colours

The 2010–11 season will be Olympiacos' 52nd consecutive season in the Super League Greece. This article shows statistics of the club's players in the season, and also lists all matches that the club will play in the season.

Contents

Events

  • 14.06.10: Ewald Lienen is appointed as the new Olympiacos manager replacing Božidar Bandović, after a disappointing season under Bandović.
  • 21.06.10: Olympiacos enter the draw for the second qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League as the top seeded team and they are drawn to play against Besa of Albania. It is the first time that Olympiacos play directly in the UEFA Europa League after 13 consecutive seasons in the UEFA Champions League.
  • 15.07.10: Olympiacos smash Besa 5–0 at the Qemal Stafa Stadium in Tirana, Albania, in the first leg of the second qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, achieving their biggest away win in European competitions.
  • 16.07.10: In the draw for the third qualifying round of the 2010–11 UEFA Europa League, Olympiacos are drawn to play the winners of the encounter between Maccabi Tel Aviv and Mogren.
  • 22.07.10: In the second leg, Olympiacos trounce Besa 6–1 at the Karaiskakis Stadium, setting a new club record for their biggest ever European home win, with their previous record being 5–0. They qualify for the next round of the tournament with a 11–1 win on aggregate, which is also a record aggregate score for a Greek football club in European competitions.
  • 05.08.10: Olympiacos are eliminated from the UEFA Europa League in the third qualifying round on away goals as the aggregate score is 2–2 against Maccabi Tel Aviv. A 2–1 win at the Karaiskakis Stadium in the first leg on 29.07.10 is compounded by a 1–0 loss at the Bloomfield Stadium in Tel Aviv, Israel, to secure the biggest surprise in the qualifyings.[1]
  • 06.08.10: Olympiacos sack coach Ewald Lienen after the club's shocking elimination from the UEFA Europa League.[2]
  • 07.08.10: Olympiacos reappoint Ernesto Valverde as manager.[3]

Current squad

As of 20 July 2010 Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Greece GK Nikos Papadopoulos
3 France DF François Modesto
4 Sweden DF Olof Mellberg
5 Greece DF Georgios Galitsios
7 Argentina MF Ariel Ibagaza
8 Brazil MF Dudu (Vice-captain)
9 Serbia FW Marko Pantelić
10 Algeria FW Rafik Djebbour
11 Morocco MF Jaouad Zairi
14 Belgium FW Kevin Mirallas
15 Spain DF Raúl Bravo
17 Greece MF Andreas Vasilogiannis
18 Greece MF Ioannis Fetfatzidis
19 Brazil MF Wanderson
20 Greece DF José Holebas
No. Position Player
21 Greece DF Avraam Papadopoulos
22 Greece FW Kostas Mitroglou
23 Greece FW Giorgos Niklitsiotis
24 Denmark MF Dennis Rommedahl
26 Spain MF David Fuster
29 Hungary FW Krisztián Németh
30 Spain MF Moisés Hurtado
33 Greece MF Giannis Papadopoulos
35 Greece DF Vasilis Torosidis (Vice-captain)
42 Hungary GK Balázs Megyeri
71 Greece GK Antonios Nikopolidis Captain sports.svg
77 Spain MF Albert Riera
78 Belgium GK Urko Pardo
88 Greece MF Georgios Katsikogiannis

Starting 11

Competitions

Superleague Greece

Results summary

Overall Home Away
Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts W D L GF GA GD W D L GF GA GD
30 24 1 5 65 18 +47 73 15 0 0 46 6 +40 9 1 5 19 12 +7

Last updated: 18 April 2011
Source: Competitive Matches

Matches

All times at EET

Fixture 1
2010-08-28
Iraklis 2 – 1 Olympiacos Kaftanzoglio Stadium, Thessaloniki
Attendance: 10,752
Mara Goal 79' (pen)
Vellios Goal 86'
(Report) Mitroglou Goal 59'
Fixture 2
2010-09-11
Olympiacos 2 – 0 Kerkyra Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 0 (due to ban)
Mellberg Goal 29'
Riera Goal 86'
(Report)
Fixture 3
2010-09-19
Panserraikos 0 – 1 Olympiacos Serres Municipal Stadium, Serres
Attendance: 5,214
(Report) Pantelic Goal 32'
Fixture 4
2010-09-25
Olympiacos 3 – 0 Asteras Tripolis Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 25,090
Pantelic Goal 36'
Fuster Goal 62'
Fitanidis Goal 72' (o.g.)
(Report)
Fixture 5
2010-10-02
Olympiacos 3 – 1 Olympiakos Volou Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 27,605
Torosidis Goal 7'
Mirallas Goal 21', Goal 90+1'
(Report) Umbides Goal 71'
Fixture 6
2010-10-16
Skoda Xanthi 0 – 3 Olympiacos Skoda Xanthi Arena, Xanthi
Attendance: 2,221
(Report) Riera Goal 16'
Torosidis Goal 53'
Fetfatzidis Goal 75'
Fixture 7
2010-10-24
Olympiacos 1 – 0 Aris Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 30,099
Riera Goal 2' (Report)
Fixture 8
2010-10-30
Panathinaikos 2 – 1 Olympiacos Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens
Attendance: 52,300
Cissé Goal 57', Goal 63' (pen) (Report) Mirallas Goal 37'
Fixture 9
2010-11-06
Olympiacos 5 – 0 Panionios Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 22,312
Mirallas Goal 34', Goal 68'
Torosidis Goal 51'
Pantelic Goal 78'
Riera Goal 90+3'
(Report)
Fixture 10
2010-11-13
Ergotelis 0 – 2 Olympiacos Pankritio Stadium, Heraklion
Attendance: 5,302
(Report) Pantelic Goal 78'
Fuster Goal 90+5'
Fixture 11
2010-11-21
Olympiacos 3 – 0 PAOK Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 30,275
Mirallas Goal 37', Goal 72'
Rommedahl Goal 87'
(Report)
Fixture 12
2010-11-27
AEK Athens F.C. 1 – 0 Olympiacos Athens Olympic Stadium, Athens
Attendance: 24,980
Blanco Goal 90' (Report)
Fixture 13
2010-12-05
Kavala 0 – 1 Olympiacos Anthi Karayanni Stadium, Kavala
Attendance: 4,175
(Report) Fuster Goal 41' (pen)
Fixture 14
2010-12-12
Olympiacos 2 – 1 Atromitos Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 20,015
Fuster Goal 34' (pen)
Mirallas Goal 36'
(Report) Favalli Goal 90+3'
Fixture 15
2010-12-19
Larissa 0 – 1 Olympiacos AEL FC Arena, Larisa
Attendance: 10,855
(Report) Katsiaros Goal 29' (o.g.)
Fixture 16
2011-01-05
Olympiacos 2 – 0 Iraklis Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 25,117
Fuster Goal 32'
Pantelic Goal 83'
(Report)
Fixture 17
2011-01-09
Kerkyra 0 – 2 Olympiacos Kerkyra Stadium, Kerkyra
Attendance: 1,579
(Report) Tsigas Goal 55' (o.g.)
Mirallas Goal 70'
Fixture 18
2011-01-16
Olympiacos 4 – 2 Panserraikos Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 21,190
Pantelic Goal 52', Goal 85'
Riera Goal 70' (pen), Goal 89'
(Report) Georgiadis Goal 65' (pen), Goal 67'
Fixture 19
2011-01-23
Asteras Tripolis 0 – 1 Olympiacos Asteras Tripolis Stadium, Tripolis
Attendance: 5,255
(Report) Fuster Goal 30' (pen)
Fixture 20
2011-01-31
Olympiakos Volou 0 – 1 Olympiacos Panthessaliko Stadium, Volos
Attendance: 14,757
(Report) Fuster Goal 19'
Fixture 21
2011-02-06
Olympiakos 1 – 0 Skoda Xanthi Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 20,093
Adefemi Goal 45' (o.g.) (Report)
Fixture 22
2011-02-12
Aris 1 – 2 Olympiakos Kleanthis Vikelidis Stadium, Thessaloniki
Attendance: 11,939
Neto Goal 17' (Report) Djebbour Goal 39'
Fuster Goal 75'
Fixture 23
2011-02-19
Olympiacos 2 – 1 Panathinaikos Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 30,845
Mirallas Goal 20'
Djebbour Goal 90+2'
(Report) Leto Goal 58'
Fixture 24
2011-02-27
Panionios 1 – 1 Olympiacos Nea Smyrni Stadium, Athens
Attendance: 3,388
Sverkos Goal 68' (Report) Mirallas Goal 43'
Fixture 25
2011-03-06
Olympiacos 3 – 0 Ergotelis Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 0(due to ban)
Modesto Goal 47'
Pantelic Goal 58'
Mirallas Goal 65'
(Report)
Fixture 26
2011-03-13
PAOK 2 – 1 Olympiacos Toumba Stadium, Thessaloniki
Attendance: 20,023
Koutsianikoulis Goal 45'
Vitolo Goal 71' (pen.)
(Report) Djebbour Goal 12'
Fixture 27
2010-03-20
Olympiacos 6 – 0 AEK Athens F.C. Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 27,880
Djebbour Goal 2', Goal 61'
Mellberg Goal 7'
Fuster Goal 19'
Mirallas Goal 68'
Holebas Goal 71'
(Report)
Fixture 28
2011-04-03
Olympiacos 3 – 1 Kavala Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 19,704
Fuster Goal 58'
Djebbour Goal 65'
Mirallas Goal 67'
(Report) Niculae Goal 63'
Fixture 29
2011-04-10
Atromitos 3 – 1 Olympiacos Peristeri Stadium, Athens
Attendance: 3,313
Sfakianakis Goal 22'
Anastasakos Goal 37'
Camara Goal 53'
(Report) Modesto Goal 34'
Fixture 30
2011-04-18
Olympiacos 6 – 0 Larissa Karaiskakis Stadium, Piraeus
Attendance: 31,256
Djebbour Goal 7'
Fuster Goal 15', Goal 17'
Mellberg Goal 62'
Marko Pantelic Goal 65'
Fetfatzidis Goal 76'
(Report)

Results by round

Round 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30
Ground A H A H H A H A H A H A A H A H A H A A H A H A H A H H A H
Result L W W W W W W L W W W L W W W W W W W W W W W D W L W W L W

Last updated: 18 April 2011.
Source: [1]
Ground: A = Away; H = Home. Result: D = Draw; L = Lose; W = Win; P = Postponed.

Goalscorers

This is the list of goalscorers in accordance with Super League Greece as organising body.

Position Player Goals
1 Belgium Kevin Mirallas 14
2 Algeria Rafik Djebbour* 12
Spain David Fuster 12
3 Serbia Marko Pantelic 9
4 Spain Albert Riera 6
5 Greece Vasilis Torosidis 3
Sweden Olof Mellberg 3
7 Greece Ioannis Fetfatzidis 2
France Francois Modesto 2
9 Greece Kostas Mitroglou 1
Denmark Dennis Rommedahl 1
Greece Giannis Maniatis* 1
Germany Jose Holebas 1
  • Djebbour has scored 5 goals for AEK Athens and 7 for Olympiakos
  • Maniatis has scored 1 goal for Panionios and 0 for Olympiakos
  • Source: [2]
  • Last updated:18 April 2011

Greek Cup

All times UTC+3

Fourth Round

Fifth Round

Quarter-Finals

PAOK won 2-1 on aggregate

UEFA Europa League

Second qualifying round

Olympiacos won 11–1 on aggregate.

Third qualifying round

Maccabi Tel Aviv 2–2 Olympiacos. Maccabi Tel Aviv won on away goals.


Transfers

Summer Transfers

In: Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
France DF François Modesto (from Monaco)
Argentina MF Ariel Ibagaza (from Villarreal)
Belgium FW Kevin Mirallas (from Saint-Etienne)
Germany DF José Holebas (from 1860 München)
Denmark MF Dennis Rommedahl (from Ajax)
Hungary GK Balázs Megyeri (from Ferencvárosi TC)
Spain MF Albert Riera (from Liverpool)
Germany MF Denis Epstein (from Iraklis)
Spain MF David Fuster (from Villarreal)
Hungary FW Krisztián Németh (from Liverpool)
Serbia FW Marko Pantelić (from Ajax)
Spain MF Moisés Hurtado (from Espanyol)


Out: Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Greece GK Leonidas Panagopoulos (free transfer to Panionios)
2 Greece DF Kyriakos Papadopoulos (to Schalke 04 for 2.500.000 €)
3 France DF Didier Domi (released)
6 Greece MF Ieroklis Stoltidis (free transfer to Kerkyra)
7 Argentina MF Luciano Galletti (retired)
14 Poland DF Michał Żewłakow (free transfer to Ankaragücü)
19 Argentina MF Jesús Dátolo (loan return to Napoli)
24 Brazil DF Leonardo (on loan to Internacional for 250.000 €)
28 Argentina MF Cristian Ledesma (free transfer to Colón Santa Fe)
30 Greece DF Tasos Pantos (free transfer to PAS Giannina)
32 Democratic Republic of the Congo FW Lomana LuaLua (free transfer to Omonoia)
50 Slovakia GK Pavel Kováč (free transfer to Kavala)
Germany MF Denis Epstein (on loan to Kerkyra )
England FW Matt Derbyshire (on loan to Birmingham City)
Brazil FW Diogo (on loan to Flamengo)
Italy MF Enzo Maresca

References

  1. ^ "Maccabi Tel-Aviv stun Olympiacos". UEFA. www.uefa.com. 2010-08-05. http://en.uefa.com/uefaeuropaleague/news/newsid=1510911.html#maccabi+tel+aviv+stun+olympiacos. Retrieved 2010-08-17. "Maccabi Tel-Aviv FC caused the main upset of the night by knocking out Olympiacos FC, but elsewhere the third qualifying round's top guns hit the target to advance to the play-offs." 
  2. ^ "Olympiacos sack Ewald Lienen following Europa League exit". Inside Futbol (www.insidefutbol.com). 2010-08-07. http://www.insidefutbol.com/2010/08/07/olympiacos-sack-ewald-lienen-following-europa-league-exit/28222/. Retrieved 2010-08-17. 
  3. ^ Crawford, Stephen (2010-08-07). "Former Villarreal coach Ernesto Valverde agrees to Olympiacos return". Goal.com (www.goal.com). http://www.goal.com/en/news/117/greece/2010/08/07/2060464/former-villarreal-coach-ernesto-valverde-agrees-to. Retrieved 2010-08-17. 

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