Andreas Zikos

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Andreas "Akis" Zikos is a retired Greek football defensive midfielder who last played for AEK Athens.

Zikos was born on June 1, 1974 and debuted in the Greek Alpha Ethniki in 1994 with SKODA Xanthi. That year he only participated in 10 games but the following year he became a regular, playing in 30 games.

Zikos played a further four seasons in Xanthi before making the big jump in 1998 to AEK. A regular at AEK, he soon became the target of several foreign clubs and ended up at Monaco in 2002.

Zikos became a regular with the Monegasque club and became the first Greek player to reach the final of the Champions' League.

In August, 2006, Zikos returned to AEK signing a two-year contract. He retired at the end of the 2008 football season.

Zikos was capped 18 times by the National Football Team of Greece.


Stats

  • 1994 SKODA Xanthi: 10 games
  • 1995 SKODA Xanthi: 30 games
  • 1996 SKODA Xanthi: 19 games
  • 1997 SKODA Xanthi: 27 games, 1 goal
  • 1998 SKODA Xanthi: 28 games
  • 1999 AEK: 26 games, 2 goals
  • 2000 AEK: 27 games, 1 goal
  • 2001 AEK: 23 games, 2 goals
  • 2002 AEK: 23 games, 1 goal
  • 2003 Monaco 22 games, 1 goal
  • 2004 Monaco 31 games, 1 goal
  • 2005 Monaco 32 games
  • 2006 Monaco 17 games, 1 goal