Miltiadis Papapostolou

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Miltiadis Papapostolou

Miltiades "Miltos" Papapostolou was a Greek football midfieder / defender of the 1950s - 1960s era.

Papapostolou was born on September 9, 1935, in Omvriaki, Phthiotis prefecture. He started his career at Aegaleo FC before making the jump to AEK in 1956. He was a member of the squad that won the 1963 championship.

After his playing career was over, Papapostolou became a successful coach with Aegaleo, AEK (1980 - 1981) and the National Football Team of Greece (1984 - 1988), holding the distinction of having the longest tenure at this post until Otto Rehhagel, was hired.

He died on February 2, 2017.