Achilleas Aslanidis

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Achilleas Aslanidis in a 1972 championship game.
Achilleas Aslanidis playing for Panathinaikos FC.
Panathinaikos 1976-77 Greek Champion and Cup Winners and Balkans Cup Winners

Achilleas Aslanidis is a Greek former football player mainly of the 1970s decade.

Aslanidis was born on January 5, 1950 in Kalamaria, a suburb of Thessaloniki. He was a forward and played for PAOK, winning with them the championship in 1976 and twice the Cup (1972 and 1974).

After the 1976 season, he transferred to Panathinaikos where he played for another three seasons. In his first season in Athens Aslanidis won the double (League and Cup) with the Greens.

He was capped 11 times with the National team of Greece. He debuted against Spain on January 17, 1973.

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