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30/4/2008Panathinaikos defeats AEK 4-1 for the greek football league play-offs. It is the last game played at the Apostolos Nikolaidis Stadium as Panathinaikos will move to OAKA, waiting for the completion of the new stadium at Votanikos.
30/4/2006The 105 points record in the history of all professional divisions in Great Britain held by Sunderland, is broken by Reading (with 106 points) after their win against QPR during the last day of the football championship
30/4/2005Vassilis Georgiadis, director of the films “Red Lanterns”, “Girls in the Sun”, etc., dies at the age of 79. In 1956 he made his first film “Masters of the Football Field” featuring the daily life of soccer stars Andreas Mouratis, Kostas Linoxylakis, Stathis Mandalozis, Lakis Petropoulos and Costas Poulis. The script belongs to Iakovos Kambanellis and music to Argyris Kounadis
30/4/2005Panos Geramanis, journalist of the newspapers “TA NEA” and “FOS” dies at the age of 60
30/4/1999Sir Alf Ramsey, the man who invented 4-3-3, dies aged 79. He was capped 31 times. In 1966 he coached England to win the World Cup
30/4/199528-year-old Atromitos footballer from Zair Mukandi Tshimanga dies on the ground during the match against Panelefsiniakos because of pulmonary edema and the absense of an ambulance
30/4/1993Monica Seles gets stabbed by a Steffi Graf fan in Hamburg. The long period of convalescence will cost her the No1 of world ranking
30/4/1987Ashrita Furman performs 8.341 somersaults over 12 miles
30/4/1940Belle Mastell becomes the first female professional referee in boxing matches
30/4/1939Baseball player Lou Gehring sets a record of 2.130 appearances with the NY Giants
30/4/1938The English FA Cup final, Preston-Huntersfield (1-0) at Wembley, is telecast live by BBC. The first match was the one between Arsenal and Everton in 1936. BBC's official broadcasting begins on November 2, 1936
30/4/1925Olympiacos play their first football match at the Velodrome. They beat a team from the french vessel ''Jeanne d' Arc'' 5-0

 

             
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