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Pantelis Konstantinidis

  • Date of Birth:

    16.08.1975

  • Place of Birth:

    Florina

  • Position:

    Assistant Coach

  • At PAOK since:

    2011

  • Clubs he played for:

    AEK, Kavala, Apollon Smyrnis, PAOK, Panathinaikos, OFI

  • Honours as player:

    Greek Champion 2004, Greek Cup 2001, 2004

  • International:

    20 caps, 1 goal

  • Teams coached:

    Al-Ittihad Jeddah, Al Hilal SFC

  • Honours as coach:

    Saudi Arabia Championship 2019-20, Saudi Arabia Cup 2019-20, AFC Champions League 2019

He spent most part of his illustrious football career at Toumba Stadium and now he is the director of the football section. Pantelis Konstantinidis was born in Florina and joined AEK at the age of 18, but didn’t get any opportunities. He moved to Kavala and then impressed at Apollon Smyrni. In 1998 he signed for PAOK and stayed at Toumba until 2002, winning the Greek Cup of 2001.

After a three-year spell at Panathinaikos, he returned to the “Double-Headed Eagle” in 2005 for four more years. He hung up his boots in 2010 at the ranks of OFI. He earned 21 caps for Greece and scored one goal.

A few months after retiring, Pantelis Konstantinidis was appointed technical director at PAOK and remained in that position until 2012. He left for a few months and returned to the club in 2013 as director of the football section.

Pantelis Konstantinidis

  • Date of Birth:

    16.08.1975

  • Place of Birth:

    Florina

  • Position:

    Assistant Coach

  • At PAOK since:

    2011

  • Clubs he played for:

    AEK, Kavala, Apollon Smyrnis, PAOK, Panathinaikos, OFI

  • Honours as player:

    Greek Champion 2004, Greek Cup 2001, 2004

  • International:

    20 caps, 1 goal

  • Teams coached:

    Al-Ittihad Jeddah, Al Hilal SFC

  • Honours as coach:

    Saudi Arabia Championship 2019-20, Saudi Arabia Cup 2019-20, AFC Champions League 2019

He spent most part of his illustrious football career at Toumba Stadium and now he is the director of the football section. Pantelis Konstantinidis was born in Florina and joined AEK at the age of 18, but didn’t get any opportunities. He moved to Kavala and then impressed at Apollon Smyrni. In 1998 he signed for PAOK and stayed at Toumba until 2002, winning the Greek Cup of 2001.

After a three-year spell at Panathinaikos, he returned to the “Double-Headed Eagle” in 2005 for four more years. He hung up his boots in 2010 at the ranks of OFI. He earned 21 caps for Greece and scored one goal.

A few months after retiring, Pantelis Konstantinidis was appointed technical director at PAOK and remained in that position until 2012. He left for a few months and returned to the club in 2013 as director of the football section.

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Pantelis Konstantinidis

  • Date of Birth:

    16.08.1975

  • Place of Birth:

    Florina

  • Position:

    Assistant Coach

  • At PAOK since:

    2011

  • Clubs he played for:

    AEK, Kavala, Apollon Smyrnis, PAOK, Panathinaikos, OFI

  • Honours as player:

    Greek Champion 2004, Greek Cup 2001, 2004

  • International:

    20 caps, 1 goal

  • Teams coached:

    Al-Ittihad Jeddah, Al Hilal SFC

  • Honours as coach:

    Saudi Arabia Championship 2019-20, Saudi Arabia Cup 2019-20, AFC Champions League 2019

He spent most part of his illustrious football career at Toumba Stadium and now he is the director of the football section. Pantelis Konstantinidis was born in Florina and joined AEK at the age of 18, but didn’t get any opportunities. He moved to Kavala and then impressed at Apollon Smyrni. In 1998 he signed for PAOK and stayed at Toumba until 2002, winning the Greek Cup of 2001.

After a three-year spell at Panathinaikos, he returned to the “Double-Headed Eagle” in 2005 for four more years. He hung up his boots in 2010 at the ranks of OFI. He earned 21 caps for Greece and scored one goal.

A few months after retiring, Pantelis Konstantinidis was appointed technical director at PAOK and remained in that position until 2012. He left for a few months and returned to the club in 2013 as director of the football section.