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Olympiacos 2011/12 Training kit Small

Olympiacos 2011/12 Training kit Small

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High quality training top in excellent condition. The size is Small and it was manufactured by Puma.

During the 2011/2012 season, Olympiacos had a strong performance both domestically and in European competitions. Here's a summary of their performance:

  1. Greek Super League: Olympiacos dominated the Greek Super League, finishing at the top of the table. They secured the league title comfortably, showcasing their dominance in Greek football.

  2. Greek Cup: Olympiacos also had a successful run in the Greek Cup. They won it securing a double that year. 

  3. UEFA Champions League: In the UEFA Champions League, Olympiacos competed in the group stage.

  4. Europa League: After falling from the UCL Group Stage they reached the Round of 16 where they lost to Ukrainian side Metalist Kharkiv. 

Here are some of the standout players from that season:

  1. Kevin Mirallas: Mirallas was a prolific forward for Olympiacos during the 2011/2012 season. He scored numerous goals and was a constant threat to opposition defenses with his pace and technical ability.

  2. Djamel Abdoun: Abdoun was another important attacking player for Olympiacos during that season. His creativity and skill on the ball made him a valuable asset in creating goal-scoring opportunities.

  3. Ariel Ibagaza: Ibagaza, an experienced midfielder, provided stability and leadership in the midfield for Olympiacos. His vision and passing ability were instrumental in controlling the tempo of the game.

  4. Avraam Papadopoulos: Papadopoulos was a commanding presence in central defense for Olympiacos. His strength in the air and ability to read the game made him a formidable opponent for opposing forwards.

  5. Vassilis Torosidis: Torosidis was a versatile player who could operate both as a right-back and a midfielder. His athleticism, defensive solidity, and attacking contributions made him an important figure for Olympiacos.

  6. Giannis Maniatis: Maniatis was a tenacious midfielder known for his work rate and ability to break up opposition attacks. His tireless performances in midfield provided balance and stability to the team.

  7. Diogo (José Diogo Dalot Teixeira): The Portuguese midfielder joined Olympiacos in 2011, bringing creativity and flair to the midfield. His technical skills and ability to dictate the tempo of the game were assets to the team.

  8. Jean Makoun: Makoun was a versatile midfielder who could operate in various roles in midfield. His experience playing in top European leagues added quality and depth to Olympiacos' midfield options.

  9. Rafik Djebbour: A cold blooder striker and a serial scorer. 
  10. Giannis Fetfatzidis: Fetfatzidis was a talented winger known for his dribbling skills and ability to take on defenders. He provided width and creativity in attack for Olympiacos, often delivering dangerous crosses into the box.

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