Antonis Tsolinas

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Antonis Tsolinas was a Greek football player of the pre-World War II era.

Tsolinas was a forward for Ethnikos Piraeus and Panathinaikos, known for his exceptionally hard shot. He was capped three times by the National Football Team of Greece, with four goals, all scored in a single game against Bulgaria.

Tsolinas died on March 1, 1956.