Diagoras F.C.

Diagoras F.C.
Diagoras
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Full name Greek: Ποδοσφαιρική Ανώνυμη Εταιρεία Διαγόρας
Founded 1905
Ground Diagoras Stadium
Rhodes
(Capacity: 3,693 [1])
Chairman Greece Dimitris Lerogiannis
Manager Not Assigned Yet
League Football League
2010-11 Football League, 7th
Website Club home page
Home colours
Away colours

Diagoras FC (Greek: Π.Α.Ε. Διαγόρας) is a football club based in Rhodes, Greece. It was founded in 1905. Diagoras is named after the island's famous hero Diagoras. The team first played under Ottoman Rule until the short lived independence of the Dodecanese in 1912. No matches at all were held during the Balkan Wars and the team did not play with Greek teams until the Dodecanese joined with the rest of Greece in 1947.

The team was dissolved due to financial difficulties in 1929 but was recreated in 1945, just prior to the union with Greece. It played in Super League Greece between 1986-1989.

In 1987 the club reached semi-finals of Greek Cup, losing to OFI.

Current squad 2011 / 2012

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Greece GK Georgios Poniros
4 Greece MF Paraskevas Bakalis
5 Greece MF Pavlos Moustafidis
6 Greece MF Vangelis Lerogiannis
7 Greece MF Stergios Chatzikosmas
8 Greece MF Michalis Avgenikou
10 Brazil MF Fabinho
11 Serbia MF Vladimir Vukajlovic
12 Greece FW Dimitrios Tomazos
13 Greece GK Angelos Cheimonettos
16 Greece DF Spyros Matentzidis
17 Greece DF Stelios Chatzipetros
No. Position Player
18 Greece MF Albert Roussos
19 Greece GK Georgios Tyrelis
20 Greece DF Georgios Mariettakis
21 Greece DF Charalampos Epifanis
22 Greece MF Georgios Tsitsis
27 Greece DF Manolis Malliakas
28 Greece GK Michalis Manolagas
32 Greece DF Vasilis Papadimitriou
33 Greece DF Panormitis Karpathakis
55 Greece DF Georgios Poulopoulos
77 Greece MF Savvas Baouris
-- Serbia FW Marko Rajić

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