Alekos Alexiadis

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Alekos Alexiadis in action

Alekos Alexiadis was a Greek star football forward for Aris Thessaloniki during the period 1963 - 1975.

Alexiadis was born in 1945. He is second, behind Dinos Kouis, on the all-time scorers list for Aris, having found the mark 127 times in his 301 appearances for the club.

In 1976, Alexiadis played for Panaitolikos FC and the following year for Kastoria FC.

Overall, Alexiadis has an impressive 329 appearances in the Alpha Ethniki. He was capped twice by the Greek National Football Team, scoring 2 goals.

Did you know?

Alexiadis is one of only six Greek players to have scored more than one goal in their international debut. He did so on October 16, 1966, in a 2-1 Greek win over Finland.

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