Date of birth
26 April 1958
Place of birth
Tashkent, Soviet Union
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Georgios Kostikos (Greek: Γιώργος Κωστίκος; born 26 April 1958) is a retired Greek footballer.
Playing Career [ edit ]
Kostikos began playing football with
Pierikos in 1976, and two years later he was acquired by PAOK F.C.. He played for PAOK from 1978 [1 ] to 1986, before finishing his career with [2 ] Olympiacos F.C. and Diagoras F.C.. He was one of the players that participated in the 1985 PAOK team that took the [3 ] National Championship (A Ethniki).
International [ edit ]
Kostikos made 35 appearances and scored three goals for the
Greece national football team from 1977 to 1984. He also participated in [4 ] UEFA Euro 1980.
Managerial Career [ edit ]
After the dismissal of the former PAOK coach, Mr. Karageorgiou, Kostikos took over the team as a temporary coach. After Kostikos successfully led PAOK to qualify to the
UEFA Cup Groups, PAOK's president Yannis Goumenos, announced that Kostikos will be the coach of PAOK. For the year 2007–2008 Kostikos managed Nea Salamina of Famagusta in Cyprus.
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