Vangelis Angelou

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Vangelis Angelou
Βαγγέλης Αγγέλου
Vaggelis Aggelou.jpg
Angelou coaching AEK Athens.
Head coach
Personal information
Born (1962-11-11) November 11, 1962 (age 51)
Chalkida, Greece
Nationality Greek
Listed height 6 ft 2.75 in (1.90 m)
Career information
Pro career 1984–1996
Position Point guard
Coaching career 1996–present
Career history
As player:
1984–1987 Apollon Patras
1987–1992 Olympiacos
1992–1995 Panionios
1995–1996 Iraklis
As coach:
1996–2002 AGE Chalkida (Greece 2nd)
2002–2003 Aris (Assistant to Minić) (Greece)
2003–2005 Maroussi (Assistant to Giannakis) (Greece)
2005–2007 Dynamo Moscow (Assistant to Ivković) (Russian BSL)
2007–2008 AEK Athens (Greece)
2008–2009 Trikala 2000 (Greece)
2010–2012 Olympiacos (Assistant to Ivković) (Greece)
2012–2013 Aris (Greece)
2013–2014 Efes (Turkey)
Career highlights and awards
As head coach:

Evangelos "Vangelis" Angelou (alternate spelling: Vaggelis Aggelou) (Greek: Ευάγγελος "Βαγγέλης" Αγγέλου; born November 11, 1962 in Chalkida, Greece), is a Greek retired professional basketball player and current professional basketball coach. At 6 ft 2.75 in (1.90 m) in height, Angelou played at the point guard position.

Professional playing career[edit]

Angelou began playing basketball with the youth teams of AGE Chalkida. In his pro playing career, Angelou played with Apollon Patras, Olympiacos, Panionios, and Iraklis. He scored 1,782 points in 254 games played in the Greek League.

Coaching career[edit]

Angelou began his coaching career with AGE Chalkida from 1996-2002, where he led the club from the lower categories of Greek basketball up to the Greek 2nd Division. He then worked as an assistant coach under Milan Minić at Aris in the 2002-03 season. He then moved to Maroussi, where he was an assistant coach under Panagiotis Giannakis, from 2003-2005. After that, he moved to Dynamo Moscow, where he was Dušan Ivković's assistant from 2005-2007.

He was named the head coach of AEK Athens on November 7, 2007, and remained the team's head coach for the 2007-08 season. He was then the head coach of Trikala 2000 in the 2008-09 season.[1] After coaching Trikala, he once again worked as Ivković's assistant, this time at Olympiacos, from 2010-2012. He then became the head coach of Aris in 2012.

He then became the head coach of Efes in December 2013.[2]

Awards and accomplishments[edit]

Assistant coach[edit]

References[edit]

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