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.
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- Nikos Tsiantakis at National-Football-Teams.com
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