http://www.ael-fc.com/2016/08/%ce%b1%ce ... %ce%b7-55/
For many reasons, an extremelly weird signing for them. Under their coach, Pambos Christodoulou, they almost never went after players from the Greek Superleague, let alone Greek players, but they were busy signing mostly Portuguese, Angolan, Brazilian, Spanish and Ivorian players, mostly from other Cypriot clubs, from top Angolan clubs and especially Benfica de Luanda and from the low Divisions of Portugal and Brazil. It was with such a mixture of players that they won the Cypriot League in 2011-12 after 44 years in coach Christodoulou's first spell at the club, and now in his second spell at the club, he will try to repeat his achievement again with a similar mixture of players, but signing Georgiades, just shortly after releasing one of his new signings, Angolan-Portuguese Forward Hugo Firmino, was a huge surprise for obvious reasons.
Those reasons doesn't have to do only with AEL Limassol, but Georgiades also, who after his unsuccessful spell at big club
PAOK FC, he is surprisingly offered a route back to a club which wants to challenge for silverware, maybe undeservedly given that he was not exactly impressive in recent Seasons at
Veroia FC, after leaving PAOK. He still looks far-off the exciting youngster who was ready to impress in the Greek National Team all those years ago, but I like his old-fashioned style as a speedy Winger and I want him to succeed there.