Antonis Georgiadis

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Antonis Georgiadis is a former Greek football player and coach.

Georgiadis was born on January 25, 1933 and was part of the great Doxa Drama team that reached the final of the Greek Cup on three occasions during the 1950s.

As a coach, he started his career in 1961 with local club Elpis Drama. He moved on to Iraklis Serres in 1963 before coaching Panserraikos, Kavala FC, Doxa and Olympiakos Volos.

Following his 4-year stint with the Volos club, Georgiadis took over the reins at PAS Giannina. In 1977, he coached Panachaiki before moving on for two seasons to OFI.

In 1980, he reached the final of the Greek Cup as coach of AE Larisa before moving on to AEK and Olympiakos. In the 1990s he coached Paniliakos.

Georgiadis has also served as coach of the National Football Team of Greece between April 1989 and December 1991 with a brief second stint in 1992

Georgiadis died on November 16, 2020 at the age of 87.