Football: St Panteleimon begin preparations for new Middlesex County League Division One season

PUBLISHED: 09:00 24 August 2017

St Panteleimon play their first pre-season friendly this weekend (pic: St Panteleimon FC)

St Panteleimon play their first pre-season friendly this weekend (pic: St Panteleimon FC)


The Saints to host AEK London in first pre-season friendly on Saturday

St Panteleimon begin their preparations for the new Middlesex County League Division One campaign this weekend with their first pre-season friendly.

The Saints are due to host divisional rivals AEK London at their new home at Berkeley Fields, with a 1pm kick-off on Saturday.

St Panteleimon then face two further friendlies, at Deportivo Galicia on September 2 and at PFC Victoria on September 9, before the new leagues season starts on September 16.

The Saints’ first league game of the new season sees them make the trip to Fire United CFC.

Managed by George Frangeskou, who is ably assisted by Elias Chronis, St Panteleimon will also hope for a good cup run this term.

The Saints are entered into the Anagram Records Trophy, as well as the Jim Rogers President’s Division One Cup and they will hope they can perform well on all fronts as they chase glory this term.

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