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Tzolis wins Back to back BOX MVP awards

For most of us, 2020 was a year to forget, but for Christos Tzolis, it will always be a year that brings a smile to his face when he looks back on it.

11.01.2021

The year 2020 concluded in the best way for the Golden Boy, who was voted as the December BOX MVP via the poll on paokfc.gr and the PAOK FC Official App.

In a relatively short time the young ace has made a place in the first team his own, and he has been a star performer on numerous occasions. Something which is somewhat of a paradox for Greek football, given his age.

In December, Tzolis was once again exceptional. Two goals, a penalty award, and a constant danger to opposition defenses he came up against. The Golden Boy ran his heart out, battled when needed, and helped his team.

And in the poll for the December BOX MVP, Tzolis received 58% of the votes, which was enough to see him take home a second such individual award in succession, since he also won the November award.

In second place was Ingi Ingason, who was vital at the back, while also contributing significantly at the other end of the pitch as well. In third place was Andrija Zivkovic , who may have not posted impressive numbers versus previous months, but was in fine form, always providing an attacking outlet for PAOK and threatening opposition defenses.

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Tzolis wins Back to back BOX MVP awards

For most of us, 2020 was a year to forget, but for Christos Tzolis, it will always be a year that brings a smile to his face when he looks back on it.

11.01.2021

The year 2020 concluded in the best way for the Golden Boy, who was voted as the December BOX MVP via the poll on paokfc.gr and the PAOK FC Official App.

In a relatively short time the young ace has made a place in the first team his own, and he has been a star performer on numerous occasions. Something which is somewhat of a paradox for Greek football, given his age.

In December, Tzolis was once again exceptional. Two goals, a penalty award, and a constant danger to opposition defenses he came up against. The Golden Boy ran his heart out, battled when needed, and helped his team.

And in the poll for the December BOX MVP, Tzolis received 58% of the votes, which was enough to see him take home a second such individual award in succession, since he also won the November award.

In second place was Ingi Ingason, who was vital at the back, while also contributing significantly at the other end of the pitch as well. In third place was Andrija Zivkovic , who may have not posted impressive numbers versus previous months, but was in fine form, always providing an attacking outlet for PAOK and threatening opposition defenses.

Relevant News

Tzolis wins Back to back BOX MVP awards

For most of us, 2020 was a year to forget, but for Christos Tzolis, it will always be a year that brings a smile to his face when he looks back on it.

11.01.2021

The year 2020 concluded in the best way for the Golden Boy, who was voted as the December BOX MVP via the poll on paokfc.gr and the PAOK FC Official App.

In a relatively short time the young ace has made a place in the first team his own, and he has been a star performer on numerous occasions. Something which is somewhat of a paradox for Greek football, given his age.

In December, Tzolis was once again exceptional. Two goals, a penalty award, and a constant danger to opposition defenses he came up against. The Golden Boy ran his heart out, battled when needed, and helped his team.

And in the poll for the December BOX MVP, Tzolis received 58% of the votes, which was enough to see him take home a second such individual award in succession, since he also won the November award.

In second place was Ingi Ingason, who was vital at the back, while also contributing significantly at the other end of the pitch as well. In third place was Andrija Zivkovic , who may have not posted impressive numbers versus previous months, but was in fine form, always providing an attacking outlet for PAOK and threatening opposition defenses.