Nikos Froussos

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Nikos Froussos (Greek Νίκος Φρούσος) is a Greek former football forward.

Froussos was born on April 29, 1974 in Kyparissia, Messenia, Greece. He started his career at Ionikos in 1992 as a forward. In the next seven seasons, he appeared in 190 matches scoring 64 goals.

In 2000, Froussos transferred to PAOK Thessaloniki. He played in 51 Alpha Ethniki matches, scoring 16 goals, in the three seasons he was there before returning to Ionikos.

In 2004, Froussos left the Greek Alpha Ethniki for Cyprus and Anorthosis Famagusta. He won two championships with the Varosi club - the only two league titles of his career - in 2005 and again in 2008. He also won the Cup in 2007.

In January 2010, Froussos decided to retire as a player to pursue a career in scouting or coaching.

Froussos was capped seven times by the National Football Team of Greece.