Stavros Labrakis

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Stavros Labrakis
Personal information
Date of birth (1970-02-26) 26 February 1970 (age 48)
Place of birth Heraklion, Greece
Height 1.77 m (5 ft 9 12 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current team
Ergotelis (General Manager)
Youth career
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
–1994 Olympiakos Chersonissos
1994–1996 Irodotos
1996–1997 Ergotelis
1997–1998 Ialysos
1998–2000 A.O. Agersani Naxos 32 (12)
2000–2005 Ergotelis 139 (42)
Teams managed
2013 Ergotelis
2014 Ergotelis (interim)
2015 Ergotelis (interim)
2015–2016 Ergotelis
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17 October 2014

Stavros Labrakis (Greek: Σταύρος Λαμπράκης; born 26 February 1970) is a former Greek football player, and manager. He is currently serving as general manager for Greek Football League club Ergotelis.

Playing Career[edit]

Labrakis started his football career with local side Kaminia F.C. He then went on to play for Irodotos, Ergotelis, Ialysos and A.O. Agersani Naxos, before returning to Ergotelis in 2000.[1] His goals and precise passing made him a key player in Ergotelis' run towards celebrating three consecutive promotions from the Delta Ethniki, and managed to play in the Alpha Ethniki for the first time in his career at age 35.[2]


In his first two seasons after his return at Ergotelis in 2000, Labrakis finished as club top-scorer in the Delta Ethniki, consistently scoring 13 goals each season.[3][4] He then scored 12 goals in 36 games during the 2002−03 Gamma Ethniki season to help his club promote to the Beta Ethniki.[5] He scored another two during the 2003−04 Beta Ethniki season. Labrakis ended his football career at the end of the 2004–05 season, having played in a total of 21 Superleague matches in which he scored 2 goals, both with penalty kicks. Both his Alpha Ethniki goals came consecutively in December 2004, during a 4−1 home win vs. Apollon Kalamaria and a 2−1 home win vs. Egaleo.

In total, Labrakis has scored 20 times for Ergotelis in Greek professional divisions (not counting his 26 goals in the Delta Ethniki), and thus has earned a spot in the top-5 list of professional top-scorers for the club. Counting his performances in the Delta Ethniki, he is the second all-time top-scorer for the club, trailing behind club scoring legend Patrick Ogunsoto, with whom he was teammates during his second spell at Ergotelis.

Retirement and career as manager[edit]

After ending his professional career, Labrakis was offered, and currently holds the position of general manager at Ergotelis. He has also managed the club in single matches as interim coach in several occasions, mainly during managerial changes. In 2013 Labrakis, along with the club's longtime U-20 coach Vasilis Plesitis, led the club through 8 Football League matches to eventual promotion to the Superleague after head coach Siniša Gogić' contract was terminated by the club.[6] More of the same came for Labrakis in 2015, when he was called upon to take over as head coach for the club, after Ergotelis mutually terminated its contract with manager Jasminko Velić.[7]

Managerial statistics[edit]

As of 27 November 2017
Team From To Record
G W D L Win %
Ergotelis 16 April 2013 14 June 2013 8 6 1 1 075.00
Ergotelis (interim) 13 January 2014 20 January 2014 1 0 1 0 000.00
Ergotelis (interim) 12 February 2015 14 February 2015 1 0 0 1 000.00
Ergotelis 21 October 2015 9 February 2016 16 5 4 7 031.25
Career totals 26 11 6 9 042.31


  1. ^ ""XTIZEI" OMAΔA Γ'EΘNIKHΣ O EPΓOTEΛHΣ" (Greek)". 5 July 2000. Retrieved 11 May 2018.
  2. ^ "Λαμπράκης: "Το πιο όμορφο ταξίδι στην Α' Εθνική" (Greek)". 8 October 2011.
  3. ^ "Αντίο με ήττα (Greek)". 30 April 2000. Retrieved 11 May 2018.
  4. ^ "Επιστροφή μετά βαΐων και κλάδων (Greek)". 30 April 2000. Retrieved 11 May 2018.
  5. ^ "Greece 2002/03".
  6. ^ "Παρελθόν ο Γκόγκιτς (Greek)". 17 April 2013.
  7. ^ "Στο τεχνικό επιτελείο οι Αποστολάκης και Ανδρουλάκης (Greek)". Ergotelis FC. 28 October 2015.

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