Nikos Angelakis

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Nikos Angelakis was a Greek football forward of the 1930s.

Angelakis was born in 1906, played for Aris Thessaloniki and was a member of the 1932 side that won the Greek championship. That year, he was top-scorer of the Greek League with 15 goals (tied with teammate Nikos Kitsos).

During his career, Angelakis was capped 11 times by the National Football Team of Greece scoring two goals.

After his playing days were over, Angelakis coached Apollon Kalamaria in the 1959 - 1960 season.

He is the grandfather of the present-day referee with the same name.

Angelakis died on October 29, 1986.

Did you know?

On April 10, 1932, Nikos Angelakis became the first - and so far, only - player to score six goals in a Greek League game as Aris defeated Apollon Athens 6-1.