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In the first leg on October 19, 1983, a 0-0 draw was achieved at the Toumba Stadium. The second leg went down in history when PAOK also scored 0-0 in the Munich Olympic Stadium on November 2, 1983 and only had to admit defeat 9-8 after a dramatic penalty shootout. 45,000 spectators. However, the second leg was lost. The home game was won 1-0, but the second leg was lost 0-2 in stoppage time. In the 1988/89 season, rangers 23 24 kit Diego Armando Maradona and his SSC Napoli were narrowly defeated 1-0 in the first leg in Naples. The second leg took place on September 21, 1988 and ended in a 1-1 draw, which could definitely be considered a success. Here PAOK had to play against Legia Warsaw and earned a 1-1 draw away from home. The second leg in Thessaloniki was won 1-0 and reached the second round of the competition for the first time. There he became a member of the so-called "Crazy Gang", which as an outsider caused a sensation in the English elite class after promotion to the First Division in 1986 and two years later sensationally defeated the favorite Liverpool FC in the FA Cup final The first participation as a representative in the Greek Cup competition was in the 1972/73 season, where they were eliminated against Rapid Vienna after two draws.

The fourth participation took place in the 1977/78 season. In the first round of the 1977/78 season, Zagłębie Sosnowiec was defeated twice 2-0. However, PAOK was able to win the second leg 2-0, so the decision was made on penalties, which the Greeks won with a final score of 4-5. In the 1981/82 season, the opponent was Eintracht Frankfurt, against whom they lost 2-2 in the Waldstadion. 0 lost. After a 4-1 win in the final against Everton FC, they won the ZDS Cup. The first participation in the UEFA Cup took place in the 1975/76 season. Under the leadership of the Hungarian coaching legend Gyula Lorant, PAOK defeated Johan Cruyff's FC Barcelona in their home Toumba Stadium in front of a crowd of approx. The financial situation slowly began to improve through sponsors, participation in European competitions and player sales. The second participation in the 1973/74 season was more successful. The second demolition phase followed in 2008. During the summer transfer period of 2008, Zagorakis prepared the squad planning so that experienced professionals who could help the club in terms of sport were hired. This article was added to the list of articles worth reading on September 29, 2008 in this version.

In 2012 the blocks in the guest area were redesigned. However, in all three participations, the club was eliminated in the first round: in 1965 they were defeated by the Wiener Sport-Club, in 1967 they lost twice to RFC Liège and in 1970 they were defeated by Dynamo Bucharest. ↑ SG Dynamo Dresden. ↑ Dessert: ARD reorganizes the afternoon, February 17, 2005. In: Tagesspiegel. ↑ See Historiography, Syriac, in: Gorgias Encyclopedic Dictionary of the Syriac Heritage: Electronic Edition. In: punk music data. In a report in the Daily Mail published on May 1, 2012, Frost denied any reunion plans. The Russian-Greek entrepreneur Ivan Savvidis took over the majority of the shares in the summer of 2012 after lengthy negotiations. Despite winning the cup again in the 2002/03 season, the president was forced to sell the shares in the club and handed them over to Ioannis Goumenos along with the office of president. Goumenos already took on a debt of 11 million euros, which he tripled to over 30 million euros during his years in office. He invested 10 million euros directly and also granted the club a loan of 2 million euros. However, after just 57 days, Stanojevic was placed on leave and replaced by the Romanian Răzvan Lucescu, who had already been considered a possible candidate at the club before Stanojevic was signed.

Only the return of hopeful Theodoros Zagorakis as a player brought the club into stable conditions after a long period of stagnation. In the following season, additional players such as Vitolo and Bruno Cirillo were signed to add more depth to the squad. They beat their arch-rivals Olympiacos Piraeus 4-2 in Athens and were able to achieve significant success for the first time in more than 15 years. In the first year of his presidency, he signed Fernando Santos, whom he already knew from his time at league rivals AEK Athens. In his first positioning, Zagorakis announced: "I now want to serve the club from a different position than before, but continue to serve the club with full dedication." In March 2018, Savvidis caused a stir when he scored in the 89th minute of the game against AEK Athens after one When his team's goal was missed, he ran onto the pitch with a pistol on his belt, threatened the referee and caused the game to be abandoned. The next cup victory came in the 2020/21 season, again at the Olympic Stadium in Athens and two years after the first double. The cup final was played again and for the third time in a row against AEK Athens.