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Starting lineup - published: 22.04.19

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GK Orestis KARNEZIS Athen

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GK Stefanos KAPINO Piraeus

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GK Thomas STRAKOSHA Athens

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DC Dimitros SIOVAS Drama

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DC Konstantinos MAVROPANOS Athens

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DC Kostas MANOLAS Naxos

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DC Kyriakos PAPADOPOULOS Katerini

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DRC Sokratis PAPASTATHOPOULOUS Kalamata

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DLC Marios OIKONOMOU Ioannina

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DR/MR Michalis BAKAKIS Agrinio

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DLC/ML Giorgos TZAVELLAS Athens

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DL/ML Charalampos LYKOGIANNIS Athens

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DL/ML Konstantinos STAFYLIDIS Thessaloniki

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DMC Dimitros KOURBELIS Dimitros

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DMC Panagiotis TACHTISIDIS Nafplio

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DMC/DC Aleksandros TZIOLIS Katerini

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DMC/DR Giannis MANIATIS Livadela

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MC Andreas SAMARIS Patras

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AMRLC Kostas FORTOUNIS Trikala

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AMRL Giannis FETFATZIDIS Drama

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SS/FRLC Anastasios BAKASETAS Corinth

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FRLC Christos ARAVIDIS Athens

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FRLC Dimitris DIAMANTAKOS Pireus

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FRLC Georgios SAMARAS Heraklion

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FRLC Nikos KARELIS Heraklion

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FC Efthymios KOULOURIS Skydra

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FC Kostas MITROGLOU Kavala

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Nevertheless, in the vision of Greater Greece, ancient archeological remains were used to prove the right to the territory. Greeks are beginning to use ancient Greece as an integral part of national identity, although modern Greeks, because of the overflow of Albanian and Slavic elements into the Greek mainland from the 6th century onwards, have nothing to do with the name of the ancient Greeks. At the end of the 20th century. Greece was catastrophically defeated by the Ottomans, resulting in a military coup in 1907 that ousted the national political scene of Eleftherios Venizelos, who knew that Greece could hope for the realization of its grandiose irredentist ambitions - essential economic modernization and political alliances.

Greece until the Balkan Wars 1912-1913. It managed to extend the state territory only to the territory of Thessaly, and then by its triumphs against the Ottoman Empire and Bulgaria its territory was increased by 70%. The great hopes fueled by the Balkan wars were destroyed by the schism that divided Greece during the First World War into two sharply divided and, at times, warring camps - supporters of Venizolis and supporters of the king.

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