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'''Antonis Papantoniou''' was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] player of the late [[1940s]] - [[1950s]] era.
 
'''Antonis Papantoniou''' was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] player of the late [[1940s]] - [[1950s]] era.
  
Papantoniou played for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]]. He was the younger brother of footballer [[Yiannis Papantoniou]]  
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Papantoniou played for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]]. He was the younger brother of footballer [[Yiannis Papantoniou]].
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Papantoniou was capped only once. In this game, the highest win ever for the [[National football team]] of Greece (8-0 in a friendly against Syria), he managed to score three goals.
  
 
[[Category:Football Players|Papantoniou, Antonis]]
 
[[Category:Football Players|Papantoniou, Antonis]]

Latest revision as of 14:14, November 25, 2018

Antonis Papantoniou was a Greek football player of the late 1940s - 1950s era.

Papantoniou played for Panathinaikos. He was the younger brother of footballer Yiannis Papantoniou.

Papantoniou was capped only once. In this game, the highest win ever for the National football team of Greece (8-0 in a friendly against Syria), he managed to score three goals.