It was the strongest message until now about the change which seems to finally start in the awful situation of Greek Football. And if there were still some people who were refusing to understand the reality, they realize now what is going to happen in the next months.
For the first time in history, the administrative review of the Hellenic Football Federation was voted with such a minor majority (88 votes in favor - 82 against it). The procedure which was finished a few minutes ago became an impressive - for the HFF's standards - proof of strength of the "opposing party", since 23 Football Unions voted against the administrative review, 25 accepted it, 5 were not certain (every Union has the right of three votes in the General Meeting) and one (from Argolida Region) was represented with two votes.
From the 12 Super League's clubs which attended the meeting, six voted in favor of the administrative review and the other six against it.
We should mention, in order to understand the triumphant message the "opposing party" sent ahead of October's elections, that in every General Meeting of the Federation until now, the administrative review was usually voted in favor with a percentage of almost 90%.
So, it is reasonable for the current president Giorgos Girtzikis to be frustrated after the announcement of the final results of the voting, while the officials of the "opposing part" were celebrating it, since many people were not expecting such an impressive result for them in the General Meeting!
It is now clear that the wind of change in Greek football is stronger than ever and is ready to crash any bugs that are still trying to not allow it "breath" again under the current "suspicious" system.
More specifically, from the Super League's clubs AEK, PAOK, Panathinaikos, SKODA Xanthi, Panaitolikos and PAS Giannina voted against the administrative review of Giorgos Girtzikis, Olympiakos, Atromitos, Veria, Levadiakos, Kalloni and Panthrakikos in favor of it, while Panionios, Iraklis, Asteras Tripolis and Platanias did not attend the General Meeting.