The MVP of the 4th matchday was awarded on Thursday, September 27, to Mirnes Šišić playing for OFI, who topped the competition organised by Super League, the Panhellenic Association of Professional Players (PSAP) and NOVA. The award was presented by Mr N. Mahlas, technical director of FC OFI.
After the ceremony, the OFI player stated:
"I wish we will always bring such awards to the club and I firmly believe that each of my teammates will receive this award too. This is a great honour and I dedicate this award to the fans of OFI who are always supporting us. Now we will intensify our efforts and my wish is that very soon one other of my teammates will be in this position to receive a similar award," initially stated the Slovenian player who then answered that he "dedicates this award to the fans and the 'Genti Koule stadium'."
On his being the most valuable player of the 4th matchday: "It is the people who decide whether I am the most valuable player of the matchday. I dedicate this award to the fans of the club and to the people supporting me. I believe that this award is very nice and I wish we will receive it in the next matches as well, not only me but my other teammates as well, and I hope we will get better match after match."
On the match against Kerkyra: "It is not a problem for us who we are playing against. My concern is our presence on the pitch. We have to be focused all 90 minutes of the match and I believe that if we are well and play the way we must play, we have nothing to fear against any opponent."
Mr Mahlas stated the following:
"This squad was put together with a lot of effort, work and other difficult conditions. Things were much more difficult than the season before last. I believe that this win, Šišić's impressive play and the whole atmosphere in the pitch against AEK, is the thing that makes you happy after all these efforts. In a club facing so many difficulties, it is very nice to see players standing out and winning important matches against great clubs such as AEK. We have to continue in the same way and little by little to achieve our targets which are two this season. On the one hand, to not be demoted and on the other to come back to economic health, so that in the coming years to face fewer problems and be able to step up the quality of our squad. This year will be beneficial for us because we have young players in the squad who could become a solid investment for the future and I believe that this is the most important thing. We do not have even one single player as a loan and this is important because we can develop players through this process and become an attractive club that could sell and buy footballers. All these help OFI to have a positive season and be able to escape the misery tormenting us all these years after we were demoted to the 2nd National Division."