Nikos Tsiantakis

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Nikolaos "Nikos" Tsiantakis (Greek: Νίκος Τσιαντάκης) (born 20 October 1963 in Athens, Greece) is a retired Greek football midfielder.

He most prominently played for Panionios NFC and Olympiacos. His appearance at the 1994 World Cup rounded off his national team career, which lasted from 1988 to 1994, giving him 47 caps and 2 international goals. Shortly after the World Cup he went from Olympiacos to Aris Thessaloniki F.C., playing for various Greek teams before retiring in 1999. Currently owning a PROPO (Greek betting) shop, in Pefki (Athens suburb). While playing, he demonstrated great pace and dribbling skills and possessed a decent cross-pass skill.

Career statistics[edit]

Season Club Country Matches Goals
1985/86 Panionios NFC  Greece 26 3
1986/87 Panionios NFC  Greece 26 3
1987/88 Panionios NFC  Greece 9 0
Olympiacos  Greece 17 3
1988/89 Olympiacos  Greece 30 4
1989/90 Olympiacos  Greece 30 3
1990/91 Olympiacos  Greece 29 2
1991/92 Olympiacos  Greece 30 3
1992/93 Olympiacos  Greece 29 4
1993/94 Olympiacos  Greece 30 3
1994/95 Olympiacos  Greece 1 0
Aris Thessaloniki F.C.  Greece 19 4
1995/96 Aris Thessaloniki F.C.  Greece 8 0
Ionikos  Greece 15 0
1996/97 Ionikos  Greece 32 3
1997/98 OFI Crete  Greece 19 1
1998/99 OFI Crete  Greece 5 0
Ethnikos Asteras  Greece 6 0

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