Nikos Simigdalas

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Nikos Simigdalas was a Greek footballer born in 1942. He was a striker for Apollon Athens for his entire career in the Alpha Ethniki and holds the record for number of appearances with the club in the top league. He closed out his career with Panaigialios.

Simigdalas was capped once by the National Football Team of Greece. His younger brother, Michalis also played football mostly for AEK.