Nikos Alefantos

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Nikos Alefantos
Personal information
Full name Nikolaos Alefantos
Date of birth (1939-03-01) 1 March 1939 (age 76)
Place of birth Athens, Greece
Playing position Midfielder
Youth career
1949-1952 Asteras Exarchion
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1952-1956 Rouf ? (?)
1956-1958 Chalandri ? (?)
1958-1959 Olympiacos 30 (0)
1959-1963 Atromitos Piraeus 22 (1)
1963-1964 Olympiacos Chalkida 25 (3)
1964-1967 Panegialios 54 (13)
1967-1968 Panelefsiniakos 6 (1)
1968-1969 Vyzas 12 (0)
Teams managed
1969–1970 Asteras Exarchion
1970-1973 Rouf
1973-1974 Pas Giannina
1974-1976 Pierikos
1976-1977 OFI
1979-1980 PAS Giannina
1980 Korinthos
1981 OFI
1982-1983 Doxa Drama
1983-1984 Olympiacos
1984-1985 Panionios
1985 Greek military national team
1985-1986 Iraklis
1986-1987 AEK
1987-1988 Iraklis
1989 PAOK
1989-1990 Doxa Drama
1990 Apollon Kalamarias
1990-1991 AE Larissa
1991-1993 Ionikos
1993 Anorthosis
1993-1994 Kalamata
1994 Xanthi
1994-1995 Olympiacos
1995-1996 Panionios
1996-1997 APOEL
1997 Apollon Kalamarias
1997 Lykoi
1997 Ethnikos Piraeus
1998-1999 Proodeftiki
1999-2000 Panachaiki
2000-2001 Panargiakos
2001-2002 Ethnikos Asteras
2002 Fostiras
2004 Olympiacos

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

† Appearances (Goals).

Nikolaos (Nikos) Alefantos (Greek: Νίκος Αλέφαντος) is a retired Greek footballer and retired football coach.[1]

Career[edit]

Alefantos has managed several clubs in the Greek Super League, including Olympiacos F.C. during 2004.[2] He also had brief spells leading Larissa F.C. in 1975 and 1990.[3]

Alefantos gained notoriety for his unusually short tenure as the manager of Fostiras F.C. in 2002. He was appointed manager of the club, replacing Vlachos in September 2002. One of Fostiras' players, Dimitrios Moutas, immediately refused to train with Alefantos, and then Alefantos resigned later that day after failed contract negotiations.[4] In our days Alefantos appeared in ART channel of Greece,participating in a sport tv program called "Dokari Kai mesa" presented by Giannis Karatzaferis.

Honours[edit]

Cyprus APOEL
1996-97

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