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  • Bartzokas was born on [[September 9]], [[1975]] in Germany. He started his [[Alpha Ethniki]] career with [[Kastoria FC]] [[Category:1975 births|Bartzokas, Panagiotis]]
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  • *[[1975]]: CIA Station Chief [[Richard Welch]] is assassinated outside his villa in ==Births==
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  • Nembegleras was born in [[April 14]], [[1975]]. He played for [[AE Larisa FC]] from [[1993]] until [[1997]] when he was [[Category:1975 births|Nembegleras, Kostas]]
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  • Stefas appeared in 60 games for [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] between [[1972]] and [[1975]]. He was a member of the team that won the [[Greek Football Cup|Cup]] in [ In [[1975]], he returned to [[Corinth FC|Corinth]] where he ended his career in [[198
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  • Kordonouris was born on [[November 8]], [[1975]]. He transferred to [[Ergotelis FC|Ergotelis]] from [[SKODA Xanthi FC|SKOD [[Category:1975 births|Kordonouris, Panagiotis]]
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  • ...record for the [[400m]] seven times, the last time being on [[July 6]], [[1975]] with 46:56. * Bronze medals in the [[400m]] at the Balkan Games of [[1973]] and [[1975]].
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  • ...president of Greece]] between [[December 18]], [[1974]] and [[June 19]], [[1975]]. ...fore=[[Phaedon Gizikis]]|after=[[Konstantinos Tsatsos]]|years=[[1974]] - [[1975]]}}
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  • '''Charalambos "Charis" Papadias''' (born [[24 January]] [[1975]]) is a retired [[Greeks|Greek]] sprinter who specialized in the [[100 metr [[Category:1975 births|Papadias, Charis]]
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  • Mieciel was born on [[December 22]], [[1975]] in Gdynia, Poland. He played for several clubs in his native country (Wis [[Category:1975 births|Mieciel, Marcin]]
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  • '''Pantelis Konstantinidis''' (Born [[August 16]], [[1975]] in [[Florina]], [[Macedonia]], [[Greece]]) was a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[footb [[Category:1975 births|Konstantinidis, Pantelis]]
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  • ...uty Minister of Foreign Affairs ([[1974]]-[[1975]]), Minister for Trade ([[1975]]-[[1977]]), [[Minister for National Education and Religious Affairs (Greec [[Category:1933 births|Varvitsiotis, Ioannis]]
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  • '''Panagiotis Sarris''' (born [[14 September]] [[1975]]) is a retired [[Greeks|Greek]] sprinter who specialized in the [[200 m]]e [[Category:1975 births|Sarris, Panagiotis]]
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  • *[[1975]]: [[Giorgos Delikaris]] plays in a World XI selection against Anderlecht i ==Births==
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  • Michailidis was born on [[January 15]], [[1975]]. He played for [[Eordaikos FC|Eordaikos]] from [[1993]] until [[1997]]; [ [[Category:1975 births|Michailidis, Chrysostomos]]
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  • '''Erol Bulut''' (born [[30 January]], [[1975]] in Bad Schwalbach, Germany) is a Turkish [[football (soccer)|football]] p [[Category:1975 births|Bulut, Erol]]
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  • Zina was born in [[Athens]], [[Greece]], on [[March 8]], [[1975]], the daughter of singer Stella Chrysikopoulou. She began taking music les [[Category:1975 births|Zina, Peggy]]
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  • ** [[1975]]/[[1976|'76]], [[1977]]/[[1978|'78]]. ** [[1969]]/[[1970|'70]], [[1970]]/[[1971|'71]], [[1975]]/[[1976|'76]], [[1978]]/[[1979|'79]].
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  • ...]]. He played for [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] from [[1966]] until [[1975]] and was a member of the team that reached the final of the European Cup o [[Category:1947 births|Athanasopoulos, Kostas]]
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  • Yiasemi was born on [[May 31]], [[1975]]. He started his career at [[EN Paralimni FC|Enosis Neon]] [[Paralimni]] a [[Category:1975 births|Yiasemi, Yiasemakis]]
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  • '''Richard Skeffington Welch''' ([[1929]]—[[December 23]], [[1975]]), a Harvard-educated classicist, was a CIA Station Chief murdered by the [[Category:1929 births|Welch, Richard]]
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  • *[[1975]]: [[Athens]] daily "[[Eleftherotypia]]" begins publication. ==Births==
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  • ...came to Greece in the summer of 1974 and played for [[AEK FC|AEK]] from [[1975]] until [[1977]], for [[Aris FC|Aris]] [[Thessaloniki]] in [[1978]] and for Wagner's best years in Greece were with AEK where, from [[1975]] until [[1977]], he finished in the ranks of top ten goalscorers with 17,
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  • Goumas was born on [[May 24]], [[1975]] in the village of [[Ampelonas]], near [[Larisa]]. He was one of the many [[Category:1975 births|Goumas, Yannis]]
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  • ...record for the [[shot put]] 7 times, the last time being on [[April 9]], [[1975]] - an effort of 19.84m. [[Category:1945 births|Louka, Loukas]]
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  • ...of Yugoslavia) on [[January 18]], [[1957]]. He played for Dinamo Zagreb ([[1975]]-[[1980]]) and Red Star Belgrade ([[1980]]-[[1984]]) before coming to [[Gr [[Category:1957 births|Janjanin, Rajko]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1975]]: [[Arian Beqaj]], footballer
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  • ...occer striker and coach. He was named European Footballer of the Year in [[1975]]. ...hip, which he won 8 times. He led Dynamo to the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in [[1975]] and [[1986]]. Blokhin is the all-time cap (112) and goal (42) leader for
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  • Beqaj was born on [[August 25]], [[1975]]. He played for Partizan Tirana before coming to [[Greece]] in [[1998]]. I [[Category:1975 births|Beqaj, Arian]]
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  • ...ew Democracy]] Party when its president was [[Konstantinos Karamanlis]] ([[1975]]-[[1976]]). He was elected to the European Parliament in 1981. In 2003 he [[Category:1901 births|Kallias, Konstantinos]]
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  • ...g lineup in [[1965]]. His career at AEK spanned the years [[1965]] until [[1975]] at which time he transferred to [[Kastoria FC]] where he played until [[1 [[Category:1946 births|Karafeskos, Giorgos]]
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  • ...ys were over, Darivas became a coach and coached Olympiakos in [[1971]], [[1975]] and [[1976]]. He has served as President of the Olympiakos veteran player [[Category:1926 births|Darivas, Giorgos]]
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  • ...is''' ([[Greek language|Greek]]: Ιεροκλής Στολτίδης; born [[February 2]] [[1975]]) in [[Kozani]], [[Macedonia]], [[Greece]], is a [[Greeks|Greek]] [[Footba [[Category:1975 births|Stoltidis, Ieroklis]]
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  • ...is Papaioannou]] in AEK's attacking line. His career at AEK lasted until [[1975]] when he joined [[Apollon Athens FC|Apollon Athens]]. The [[1976]] season [[Category:1944 births|Nikolaidis, Kostas]]
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  • ...won the [[Greek Football Cup]] in [[1972]]. He left [[PAOK FC|PAOK]] in [[1975]]. Later, he played for [[New York Greek-Americans FC|New York Greek-Americ [[Category:1942 births|Hadjiioannou, Savvas]]
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  • ...ni]] before making the big jump to [[Panathinaikos FC|Panathinaikos]] in [[1975]] where he played for 6 years. In [[1981]], he transferred to [[Panachaiki [[Category:1954 births|Kizas, Dimitris]]
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  • ...a theatrical museum which he headed until his death, on [[December 23]], [[1975]]. [[Category:1898 births|Sideris, Yiannis]]
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  • ...he transferred to [[Panachaiki FC|Panachaiki]] where he played until the [[1975]] season. [[Category:1944 births|Tzanetoulakos, Antonis]]
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  • ...]]. He ended his career with [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Piraeus]] in [[1975]]. Over all, he made 281 [[Alpha Ethniki]] appearances. [[Category:1944 births|Kyriakou, Vasilis]]
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  • ...|Ethnikos Piraeus]] ([[1966]] - [[1971]]), again Panachaiki ([[1972]] - [[1975]]), [[PAS Giannina FC|PAS Giannina]] ([[1976]]) and [[Patrai FC]]. Over all [[Category:1945 births|Leventakos, Petros]]
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  • ...ed once by the [[National Football Team]] of [[Greece]], on [[April 1]], [[1975]], in a 2-1 victory against [[Cyprus National Football Team|Cyprus]]. [[Category:1951 births|Panopoulos, Agis]]
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  • ...[[1974]], Plytas again sought to become Mayor but was defeated twice in [[1975]] and [[1978]]. [[Category:1910 births|Plytas, Georgios]]
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  • ==Births== *[[1975]]: [[Nikos Lyberopoulos]], footballer.
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  • ...chaiki]]. He played for [[Panachaiki FC|Panachaiki]] from [[1967]] until [[1975]]. [[Category:1948 births|Sideris, Giorgos]]
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  • *[[1975]]: [[Kyriakos Onesiphorou]] breaks the Greek record for the [[400m]] with 4 ==Births==
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  • From [[1937]] to [[1975]] he commissioned most of the significant artists of the first half of the [[Category:1889 births|Teriade]]
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  • ...am. He ended his career with [[Atromitos Athens FC|Atromitos Athens]] in [[1975]]. [[Category:1940 births|Zanteroglou, Christos]]
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  • Raptopoulos remained with [[Pangrati BC|Pangrati]] until [[1975]]. He stayed out of basketball for three seasons as he was punished and, in [[Category:1951 births|Raptopoulos, Aris]]
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  • Tokas was born on [[June 8]], [[1954]] in [[Lemesos]], [[Cyprus]]. In [[1975]], he went to [[Athens]] to study Philosophy and Music. In [[1978]] he comp [[Category:1954 births|Tokas, Marios]]
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  • Gioutsos also played for [[Ethnikos Piraeus FC|Ethnikos Piraeus]] in the [[1975]] and the [[1976]] seasons. He was capped a total of 15 times (6 goals) for [[Category:1941 births|Gioutsos, Nikos]]
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  • *[[1975]]: [[Konstantinos Tsatsos]] is elected President of the Greek Republic. ==Births==
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