After Tuesday's meeting between Christos Panagopoulos and the president of the HFF Giorgos Girtzikis about the members of the new Central Refereeing Committee, Panathinaikos tried on Wednesday to organize a meeting between Super League clubs, in order to speak about their proposals and send them afterwards to the Hellenic Football Federation.
According to SDNA's exclusive information, the president of Super League, Giorgos Borovilos, spoke with the representatives of all the clubs, to find their intentions towards such a meeting.
It seems that all the clubs were extremely negative and did not accept to participate.
The same sources claim that there was also a great disappointment from the teams about Panathinaikos' independent move, instead of cooperating with the others such as AEK, PAOK and especially the "12 Super League clubs" are acting. Olympiakos were not willing to participate in such a meeting as well.
Until now, there is no official reaction from any teams and everybody is expecting the General Meeting of the HFF on Friday.
Still, it is clear that they are all disappointed with Panathinaikos' action and the Greens are facing only "closed doors" about the possibility of a Super League's meeting towards their proposals to Giorgos Girtzikis about the creation of a new Central Refereeing Committee.