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Konstantinos Iosifidis

  • Date of Birth:

    14.01.1952

  • Place of Birth:

    Vironia,Serres

  • Position:

    Team Manager

  • At PAOK since:

    2005

A living, breathing piece of PAOK history, Kostas Iosifidis transmits his special aura to the youngsters of the PAOK Academy. The PAOK player with the most championships (1975-76 and 1984-85), plus two Greek Cups (1971-72 and 1973-74), is the general manager of the Under-19 side for the last few years. He has also been a team manager in the first team and of course he also now takes up a similar role in the staff of PAOK B.

In a proud career with the Double-headed Eagle, he made 397 appearances from 1971 to 1985, scoring 16 goals. He is second in the most appearances list in the history of PAOK and it is obviously a remarkable fact that in the 14 years of his professional career as a player he was a one-club man and played exclusively for PAOK.

He also played for Greece, his debut coming on April 28, 1974 in an away friendly against Brazil. In total he played 51 times for his country, scoring two goals. In fact, he was also a member of the national team that took part in the 1980 European Championship in Italy, playing in two games during the tournament.

After the end of his career as a player, he became involved in coaching, taking over the technical leadership of several teams, such as Polykastro, Anagennisi Karditsa, PAONE, Anagennisi Kolindrou in the third division, Apollon Kalamarias, Naaraso, Panousa Ialyssos and Kalamata in the second division, as well as Kavala in the top tier.

Konstantinos Iosifidis

  • Date of Birth:

    14.01.1952

  • Place of Birth:

    Vironia,Serres

  • Position:

    Team Manager

  • At PAOK since:

    2005

A living, breathing piece of PAOK history, Kostas Iosifidis transmits his special aura to the youngsters of the PAOK Academy. The PAOK player with the most championships (1975-76 and 1984-85), plus two Greek Cups (1971-72 and 1973-74), is the general manager of the Under-19 side for the last few years. He has also been a team manager in the first team and of course he also now takes up a similar role in the staff of PAOK B.

In a proud career with the Double-headed Eagle, he made 397 appearances from 1971 to 1985, scoring 16 goals. He is second in the most appearances list in the history of PAOK and it is obviously a remarkable fact that in the 14 years of his professional career as a player he was a one-club man and played exclusively for PAOK.

He also played for Greece, his debut coming on April 28, 1974 in an away friendly against Brazil. In total he played 51 times for his country, scoring two goals. In fact, he was also a member of the national team that took part in the 1980 European Championship in Italy, playing in two games during the tournament.

After the end of his career as a player, he became involved in coaching, taking over the technical leadership of several teams, such as Polykastro, Anagennisi Karditsa, PAONE, Anagennisi Kolindrou in the third division, Apollon Kalamarias, Naaraso, Panousa Ialyssos and Kalamata in the second division, as well as Kavala in the top tier.

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Konstantinos Iosifidis

  • Date of Birth:

    14.01.1952

  • Place of Birth:

    Vironia,Serres

  • Position:

    Team Manager

  • At PAOK since:

    2005

A living, breathing piece of PAOK history, Kostas Iosifidis transmits his special aura to the youngsters of the PAOK Academy. The PAOK player with the most championships (1975-76 and 1984-85), plus two Greek Cups (1971-72 and 1973-74), is the general manager of the Under-19 side for the last few years. He has also been a team manager in the first team and of course he also now takes up a similar role in the staff of PAOK B.

In a proud career with the Double-headed Eagle, he made 397 appearances from 1971 to 1985, scoring 16 goals. He is second in the most appearances list in the history of PAOK and it is obviously a remarkable fact that in the 14 years of his professional career as a player he was a one-club man and played exclusively for PAOK.

He also played for Greece, his debut coming on April 28, 1974 in an away friendly against Brazil. In total he played 51 times for his country, scoring two goals. In fact, he was also a member of the national team that took part in the 1980 European Championship in Italy, playing in two games during the tournament.

After the end of his career as a player, he became involved in coaching, taking over the technical leadership of several teams, such as Polykastro, Anagennisi Karditsa, PAONE, Anagennisi Kolindrou in the third division, Apollon Kalamarias, Naaraso, Panousa Ialyssos and Kalamata in the second division, as well as Kavala in the top tier.