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Breaking the Chains (song)

"Breaking the Chains" is a song by American heavy metal/hard rock band Dokken, appearing on the band's debut album of the same name. The song was released as a single in 1981 through Carrere Records in Europe, appearing as the b-side to the "I Can't See You" single. "Breaking the Chains" was released as a single in 1983 through Elektra Records, being the band's first American single. The song was a modest success; the song remained on the chart for 13 weeks. In a mixed review of the album, AllMusic reviewer Whitney Z. Gomes praised the track and picked it as an AllMusic reviewer's pick. A video was produced for the song, it begins performing on a black stage. The band is chained up in a dungeon before George Lynch breaks free and performs the song's solo; as Lynch performs the solo the other band members break free one by one. After the solo, Don Dokken wakes up chained to a bed, before breaking free; the video ends with shots of the band performing in the house, in the dungeon, against a backdrop of chains that explode as the video ends.

Jeff Pilson appears in the video on bass. 7" single12" single Don Dokken – lead vocals, rhythm guitar George Lynch – lead guitar Juan Croucier – bass, backing vocals "Wild" Mick Browndrums

Nikos Papadopoulos (football manager)

Nikos Papadopoulos is a Greek football manager and former footballer. He is remembered for his 9.5-year spell in OFI. He has played for Aris, Skoda Xanthi and Apollon Kalamarias in the top tier. In the stages of his career he played in several clubs in the lower divisions; as a manager, he has coached several clubs in Cyprus. After playing youth football, for the club of his village, Apollon Mavroneriou, he moved to nearby professional club Kilkisiakos in 1988, he moved to OFI in the winter transfer window of 1989-1990. In his first season, he was part of the squad that reached the Greek Cup final, although he did not participate in the final, he stayed in OFI for 9.5 years and managed to become captain of the club. In 1997-1998 received a record 21-match ban for being sent-off in a match against Olympiacos, he appeared in 213 matches for the club and scored 11 goals. His impact for the club was so high that in an internet polling of a local Heraklion website in 2011 Papadopoulos was voted among the all-time best XI of OFI.

After leaving OFI he moved to Aris. He played 109 league matches for the club and scored 10 goals, he left Aris for Skoda Xanthi where he stayed for 1 year appearing in 17 matches and scoring 2 goals. His last club in the top tier was Apollon Kalamarias. After his stint at Apollon Kalamarias he moved to the lower divisions, he subsequently moved to Ergotelis, where he appeared in 8 matches helping the club to win the Beta Ethniki. He had spells with Agrotikos Asteras and Thermaikos and finished his playing career with Apollon Kalamarias. Papadopoulos started his managerial career in 2009 for Thermaikos, he was appointed assist manager in Skoda Xanthi for the next season and after manager Georgios Paraschos was sacked, Papadopoulos was appointed caretaker manager and finished the season with the club. He moved to Cyprus for the 2011–12 to coach Olympiakos Nicosia. Midway through the season he moved to Ethnikos Achna and he was removed from his position early in the next season. After his spell in Cuprus he signed for Panachaiki in the Greek Football League.

On 20 April 2014 he was appointed manager of Iraklis. In February 2016, Papadopoulos received the best manager award of the North Group of the 2014–15 Football League by the Greek Professional Footballers Association. OFIGreek Cup Runner-up: 1989–90ErgotelisFootball League Champion: 2005–06