Difference between revisions of "Giorgos Kamaras"

From Phantis
Jump to navigation Jump to search
m
 
(7 intermediate revisions by 3 users not shown)
Line 1: Line 1:
 
[[Image:Giorgos_Kamaras.jpg|thumb|200px|G. Kamaras, star player for [[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]]]]
 
[[Image:Giorgos_Kamaras.jpg|thumb|200px|G. Kamaras, star player for [[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]]]]
'''Giorgos Kamaras''', elder brother of football player [[Aristides Kamaras]].
+
'''Giorgos Kamaras''', was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[football (soccer)|football]] forward of the [[1950s]] era.  
  
[[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]] has named their Rizoupolis stadium  after him to the ''Giorgos Kamaras Stadium''.
+
Kamaras was the elder brother of football player [[Aristides Kamaras]], and was born on [[May 21]], [[1931]] in Kato Patisia. His surname was actually Katrodavlis which eventually gave way to his nickname "Kamaras".
  
Giorgos Kamaras died [[February 8]], [[2000]].
+
He was part of the feared [[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]] attack that also featured [[Babis Serafeidis]], [[Nikos Simigdalas]], etc.
 +
 
 +
Kamaras was capped 4 times by the Greek [[National Football Team]] scoring one goal, in a World Cup qualifier against Israel.
 +
 
 +
[[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]] named their [[Rizoupolis Stadium]]  into the ''[[Giorgos Kamaras Stadium]]'' in his honor.
 +
 
 +
Giorgos Kamaras died on [[February 8]], [[2000]].
 +
 
 +
 
 +
[[Category:Football Players|Kamaras, Giorgos]]
 +
[[Category:1931 births|Kamaras, Giorgos]]
 +
[[Category:2000 deaths|Kamaras, Giorgos]]

Latest revision as of 23:23, March 26, 2021

G. Kamaras, star player for Apollon Athens

Giorgos Kamaras, was a Greek football forward of the 1950s era.

Kamaras was the elder brother of football player Aristides Kamaras, and was born on May 21, 1931 in Kato Patisia. His surname was actually Katrodavlis which eventually gave way to his nickname "Kamaras".

He was part of the feared Apollon Athens attack that also featured Babis Serafeidis, Nikos Simigdalas, etc.

Kamaras was capped 4 times by the Greek National Football Team scoring one goal, in a World Cup qualifier against Israel.

Apollon Athens named their Rizoupolis Stadium into the Giorgos Kamaras Stadium in his honor.

Giorgos Kamaras died on February 8, 2000.