Lakis Petropoulos

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Lakis Petropoulos
Personal information
Full nameVasilios Petropoulos
Date of birth(1932-08-29)29 August 1932
Place of birth Athens, Greece
Date of death 30 June 1996(1996-06-30) (aged 63)
Playing position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1950–1963 Panathinaikos
National team
1953–1957 Greece 3 (0)
Teams managed
1964–1966 Greece
1968–1970 Panathinaikos
1969–1971 Greece
1971 Olympiacos
1971–1972 Iraklis
1972–1975 Olympiacos
1976–1977 Greece
1977–1978 Cercle Brugge
1978 PAOK
1979 Panathinaikos
1979–1981 Panionios
1981–1982 Panathinaikos
1984 Apollon Smyrnis
1984 OFI Crete
1985 Apollon Smyrnis
1987–1990 Anorthosis Famagusta
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Lakis Petropoulos (Greek : Λάκης Πετρόπουλος, 29 August 1932 – 30 June 1996) was a Greek football player and manager. He played for Panathinaikos and capped 3 times for Greece. [1] He was member of the national side for the 1952 Olympic Games.

He managed Greece, [2] Panathinaikos, [3] Olympiacos, Iraklis Thessaloniki, Cercle Brugge, [4] PAOK, Panionios, Apollon Smyrni and OFI Crete.

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