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Rest in peace, Yagos

Kyriakos “Yagos” Vasiliadis, who worked for PAOK for almost 40 years as kitman alongside legendary Nikiforos Tsarpanas whom he succeeded at the post, passed away on Sunday morning.

13.09.2015

He was PAOK’s soul in the dressing rooms for four decades. It was his home where he would stand by generations of players through thick and thin.

Yagos Vasiliadis was at the service of PAOK since the mid-‘60s. He played for a while but he was mainly their kitman and got to experience all great moments of the “Double-Headed Eagle”. A year ago, he returned to Toumba and visited his “home”, the dressing rooms. He couldn’t hide his emotions reminiscing about the past. He also remembered all the practical jokes he would set up along Dimitris Paridis, who passed away recently.

The funeral service was held on Sunday 13 September at Evosmos.

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Rest in peace, Yagos

Kyriakos “Yagos” Vasiliadis, who worked for PAOK for almost 40 years as kitman alongside legendary Nikiforos Tsarpanas whom he succeeded at the post, passed away on Sunday morning.

13.09.2015

He was PAOK’s soul in the dressing rooms for four decades. It was his home where he would stand by generations of players through thick and thin.

Yagos Vasiliadis was at the service of PAOK since the mid-‘60s. He played for a while but he was mainly their kitman and got to experience all great moments of the “Double-Headed Eagle”. A year ago, he returned to Toumba and visited his “home”, the dressing rooms. He couldn’t hide his emotions reminiscing about the past. He also remembered all the practical jokes he would set up along Dimitris Paridis, who passed away recently.

The funeral service was held on Sunday 13 September at Evosmos.

Relevant News

Rest in peace, Yagos

Kyriakos “Yagos” Vasiliadis, who worked for PAOK for almost 40 years as kitman alongside legendary Nikiforos Tsarpanas whom he succeeded at the post, passed away on Sunday morning.

13.09.2015

He was PAOK’s soul in the dressing rooms for four decades. It was his home where he would stand by generations of players through thick and thin.

Yagos Vasiliadis was at the service of PAOK since the mid-‘60s. He played for a while but he was mainly their kitman and got to experience all great moments of the “Double-Headed Eagle”. A year ago, he returned to Toumba and visited his “home”, the dressing rooms. He couldn’t hide his emotions reminiscing about the past. He also remembered all the practical jokes he would set up along Dimitris Paridis, who passed away recently.

The funeral service was held on Sunday 13 September at Evosmos.