AEK Athens look to be on the brink of relegation for the first time in the club’s history. Ewald Lienen was fired after a poor run of results on April 9th and AEK hired ex-Sheffield United duo Traianos Dellas as head coach, with Vassilis Borbokis in a supporting role. Their first match in charge came against Panthrakikos. After 87 minutes, Panthrakikos took the lead on an AEK own goal, and AEK supporters flooded the pitch and chased the players from both teams down the tunnel. After a 90 minute delay, the officials announced the game had been postponed!
Formed in 1924, AEK could still survive relegation, but it looks likely they will be deducted points and ultimately drop down into the second-tier of Greek football.