The Greek guard made his choise and will leave the team due to the crisis that tantalize P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki.
Christos Charissis played his last game for P.A.O.K. Thessaloniki yesterday against A.E.K. Athens, and waives the team due to the financial problems the "black and whites" faces. After the game, the Greek guard announced to his teammates and to the head coach of the team, Giorgos Kalafatakis, that he will leave the club. Charisis will travel back to Thessaloniki on Tuesday in order to package his personal belongings and will say goodbye to the technical staff, the players and the administration of the team.
Charissis is the seventh player that leaves P.A.O.K., after Kostas Vasiliadis, Kenny Gregory, Damir Mulaomerovic, Mamoutou Diarra, Dimitris Marmarinos and K'Zell Wesson.