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'''Frangiskos Sourpis''' was a Greek footballer, centre-back for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] from [[1962]] until [[1973]].
 
'''Frangiskos Sourpis''' was a Greek footballer, centre-back for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] from [[1962]] until [[1973]].
  

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1971 European Champions Cup Final

Frangiskos Sourpis was a Greek footballer, centre-back for Panathinaikos from 1962 until 1973.

Sourpis was born in 1943 and partnered Takis Papoulidis in the centre of defence in the 4-3-3 formation that coach Stjepan Bobek enforced at Panathinaikos.

Sourpis played a total of 311 league games and was capped 6 times in his career by the National Football Team of Greece.

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Frangiskos Sourpis was a medical doctor by profession.