Yiannis Nembidis

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Yiannis Nembidis was a Greek football player of the 1950s.

Nembidis was born on March 10, 1928. He played for local club AC Pangrati before transferring in 1949 to Panathinaikos as a centre-forward. At Panathinaikos, he was established as a midfield-partner for Yiannis Papantoniou. He played for PAO throughout the 1950s, retiring in 1962.

Nembidis was capped 7 times by the Greek National Football Team, scoring 2 goals, both in his debut in a friendly against Syria.

He died on November 6, 2000.