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Happy birthday, Panagiotis and Nikos!

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and …

11.10.2014

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and made the step to the senior team at the age of 18. He played an important at Olympiacos Volou’ promotion to 2nd tier through the 2007 play-offs. He was spotted there by PAOK and was signed as a future investment.

Two years later and after making his debut with PAOK seniors at the age of 23, he was shipped on loan to Olympiacos Volou in the summer of 2009. He remained there for six months and was then loaned to Agrotikos Asteras. He suffered a serious knee injury during the warm-up before his first match there and missed the season. He returned to action in 2011 and managed to become a regular despite starting as the third alternative. He was called to Greece national team for the first time by Fernando Santos, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Latvia and Lithuania, but didn’t get to play. His fine performances with PAOK however secured him a place on the plane to Brazil and he got to feature in the World Cup group stage encounter against Ivory Coast that saw Greece progress to the top 16 teams of the world.

Nikos Spyropoulos was born in 1983 at Karyes Ioannina and made a name for himself in Greece’s top tier as a player of Panionios and then of Panathinaikos. He has a total of 210 matches and two goals in the Super League. His first goal in the league was against PAOK in 2006-07, with Panionios prevailing 3-1. Spyropoulos has 35 caps for Greece and has participated in Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup finals.

The 31-year old Greece international joined PAOK in the summer of 2013 when he was released by AC Chievo Verona, after featuring in two Serie A encounters.

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Happy birthday, Panagiotis and Nikos!

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and …

11.10.2014

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and made the step to the senior team at the age of 18. He played an important at Olympiacos Volou’ promotion to 2nd tier through the 2007 play-offs. He was spotted there by PAOK and was signed as a future investment.

Two years later and after making his debut with PAOK seniors at the age of 23, he was shipped on loan to Olympiacos Volou in the summer of 2009. He remained there for six months and was then loaned to Agrotikos Asteras. He suffered a serious knee injury during the warm-up before his first match there and missed the season. He returned to action in 2011 and managed to become a regular despite starting as the third alternative. He was called to Greece national team for the first time by Fernando Santos, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Latvia and Lithuania, but didn’t get to play. His fine performances with PAOK however secured him a place on the plane to Brazil and he got to feature in the World Cup group stage encounter against Ivory Coast that saw Greece progress to the top 16 teams of the world.

Nikos Spyropoulos was born in 1983 at Karyes Ioannina and made a name for himself in Greece’s top tier as a player of Panionios and then of Panathinaikos. He has a total of 210 matches and two goals in the Super League. His first goal in the league was against PAOK in 2006-07, with Panionios prevailing 3-1. Spyropoulos has 35 caps for Greece and has participated in Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup finals.

The 31-year old Greece international joined PAOK in the summer of 2013 when he was released by AC Chievo Verona, after featuring in two Serie A encounters.

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Happy birthday, Panagiotis and Nikos!

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and …

11.10.2014

PAOK FC wish all the best on a personal and professional level to Panagiotis Glykos and Νikos Spyropoulos who celebrate their birthday this Friday 10 October. Glykos was born 28 years ago at Volos, stemming from Skopelos. He started his football career at the youth ranks of Olympiacos Volou and made the step to the senior team at the age of 18. He played an important at Olympiacos Volou’ promotion to 2nd tier through the 2007 play-offs. He was spotted there by PAOK and was signed as a future investment.

Two years later and after making his debut with PAOK seniors at the age of 23, he was shipped on loan to Olympiacos Volou in the summer of 2009. He remained there for six months and was then loaned to Agrotikos Asteras. He suffered a serious knee injury during the warm-up before his first match there and missed the season. He returned to action in 2011 and managed to become a regular despite starting as the third alternative. He was called to Greece national team for the first time by Fernando Santos, for the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualifiers against Latvia and Lithuania, but didn’t get to play. His fine performances with PAOK however secured him a place on the plane to Brazil and he got to feature in the World Cup group stage encounter against Ivory Coast that saw Greece progress to the top 16 teams of the world.

Nikos Spyropoulos was born in 1983 at Karyes Ioannina and made a name for himself in Greece’s top tier as a player of Panionios and then of Panathinaikos. He has a total of 210 matches and two goals in the Super League. His first goal in the league was against PAOK in 2006-07, with Panionios prevailing 3-1. Spyropoulos has 35 caps for Greece and has participated in Euro 2008 and 2010 World Cup finals.

The 31-year old Greece international joined PAOK in the summer of 2013 when he was released by AC Chievo Verona, after featuring in two Serie A encounters.