|Date of birth||16 January 1972|
|Original team||East Brunswick|
|Debut||Round 24, 1991, Carlton
v. Richmond, at MCG
|Height/Weight||190 cm / 90 kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2002 season.
In 2001, Christou had a solid pre-season, but missed the first month of the AFL season due to a knee injury. After his return in Round 7, Christou was noted for his penetrating kicks from defence. However, he was dropped after Round 17 playing only 13 games for the season, including a recall for the finals series of 2001 (receiving limited game time).
Christou was noted for his long, accurate left foot kicks, often upwards of 60–65 metres. Whenever taking a kick, short or long, a chant from the Carlton crowd of "WOOF!" would always be heard. Christou was the second Carlton player to receive this chant, after Val Perovic (another long, left-footed defender) during the 1980s.
Christou participated in the E. J. Whitten Legends Game in 2003 and was awarded Man of the Match for his great game that night and was met with an enthused reaction from the crowd.
There was talk of Christou trying out as a punter for the National Football League in early 2003, a three-man crew from a US club (the identity of which Christou refused to reveal) spent two weeks in Melbourne putting him through a series of stringent tests however no signing resulted.
- "Bringing back the "WOOF!"". Carlton Football Club. 18 Jul 2011. Retrieved 18 Jul 2011.
- "Anthony Koutoufides vows to pay Souvlaki Hut staff". Herald Sun. 21 Jan 2011. Retrieved 31 May 2011.
- Ang Christou's statistics from AFL Tables