Meeting Apollo at GSP (7pm)
New derby for Omonia. Today at 7pm at GSP they meet Apollon in a very important match for both teams.
The “clover” has won at home since September 3rd -3rd matchday- when it defeated APOEL .
It goes without saying that winning is not a question for this reason. And for him, of course, but mainly to continue the process of claiming goals without interruption. In the two derbies with “Paphos FC” AEK, Omonia got 4 points and today they want another 3.
The image of the team creates a feeling of optimism. Restrained of course, of course. Controlling the emotions of football players is an absolute necessity for a team that wants to star.
What should Omonia do today? To move to the normal performance levels, which he had presented in most games since the start of the season. This is what Sofronis Augusti and his collaborators have indulged in during the preparation. Pressing and balance in the team's play, are the two main components that the players must implement on the night. Combined with eliminating mistakes that cost and give the opponent the right to create phases. There is also an additional element. The opponent is badly hurt by the defeat of the last game. This makes him more dangerous.
Possible line-up: Fabiano in goal, in front of him in defense from right to left Matthews, Koulibali, Panagiotou, Cipriano, in the center Bashirou, Koussoulos, in front Bezous, on the right in attack Alium (Loizou), on the left Semedo and at the top is Kakoullis.
Veliko Simic and Moreto Kasama are out of the mission.
The massive presence of the people in the match is a given. The question is – still today – how long will the number of tickets reach? However, the largest number this year in a league match has been recorded based on the official announcement in the match against APOEL (13,369 tickets). 11639 tickets were announced for the match against AEK.
As informed by Omonia, before the start of the derby, Tasos Skambilis and Manolis Manolis will be honored by Omonia and the futsal department for their many years of service to the department.
Omonoia will also collect dry food and clothing, to support the international humanitarian organization Hope for Children.