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Andreas Niniadis

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Full name  Andreas Niniadis
Name  Andreas Niniadis
Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Footballer

-1980-1988  FC Dinamo Tbilisi
Height  1.69 m
Years  Team
Position  Defender
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Date of birth  (1971-02-18) 18 February 1971 (age 44)
Place of birth  Tbilisi, Soviet Union (now Georgia)

Andreas Niniadis (Greek: Aνδρέας Nινιάδης; born 18 February 1971) is a Pontic Greek former professional footballer.

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Olympiacos

Since his retirement, Niniadis has been employed by his former club Olympiacos as a chief scout and an assistant manager, a position he holds today.

Football Career

He was one of the dominant players in one of Olympiacos FC gold eras (1997–2003) and he helped his team to reach 7 Greek superleague championships successively and 1 Greek cup as well. He also played for Pontioi Veroia, Ethnikos Piraeus F.C. and Kerkira FC.

He played 23 Champions League matches with Olympiakos scoring 5 goals and 3 UEFA Cup matches scoring 1 goal.

Niniadis earned 17 caps for the Greek national team scoring two goals.

Manager Career

In the 2006-07and 2009-10 season he was the assistant coach of Olympiacos FC manager Takis Lemonis and Bozidar Bandovic.

References

Andreas Niniadis Wikipedia


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