PAOK crowned Greek Super League Champions
PAOK FC were officially crowned Greek Super League Champions for the first time in 34 years after defeating Levadiakos FC 5-0.
Warda has been at PAOK since January 2017, joining them from Panetolikos, but played only 36 games, many of which have come as a substitute, scoring three goals, while providing four assists.
The 25-year-old then joined another Greek side Atromitos, the club where he spent last season on loan at. He made 28 appearances for Atromitos during the 2017/2018 season, scoring 11 goals and providing seven assists as he helped them finish fourth in the league.
The Black and Whites still have one game in hand, and are currently five points ahead of followers, Olympiacos FC. This will be PAOK’s third ever title after 1976 and 1985 seasons.
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