Diomidis Symeonidis

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Diomidis Symeonidis
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Born 1908
Occupation football player

Diomidis Symeonidis (born 1908, date of death unknown) was a Cypriot footballer, one of the founders of APOEL.

Symeonidis was born in 1908 and was, along with his brother Christos, a footballer of Aetos - a local Nicosia club - until 1926 when he met Georgios Poulias. The two men founded POEL which evolved into APOEL. Symeonidis played for the team he co-founded until 1929 when he transferred to Panathinaikos in the Greek League. His career at PAO ended in 1934 due to an injury and Symeonidis returned to Cyprus where he was player/coach for APOEL until 1936.

During his career, Symeonidis was capped 5 times by the National Football Team of Greece.

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