Anorthosis Famagusta FC - Notable/Famous Former Players

Notable/Famous Former Players

For a complete list of Anorthosis players, see Anorthosis Famagusta players

Cyprus

  • Pambis Andreou
  • Zacharias Charalambous
  • Chris Christofi
  • Panayiotis Engomitis
  • Costas Foti
  • Antonis Georgallides
  • Demetris Ioannou
  • Christakis Kassianos
  • Spyros Kastanas
  • Petros Konnafis
  • Stefanos Lysandrou
  • Vassos Melanarkitis
  • Marios Neophytou
  • Nikos Nicolaou
  • Giannis Okkas
  • Michalis Pamboris
  • Nicos Panayiotou
  • Nicos Papavasiliou
  • Panikos Pounnas
  • Andreas Sotiriou
  • Fivos Vrachimis
  • Panikos Xiourouppas

Albania

  • Arjan Beqaj

Brazil

  • Alessandro Soares
  • Fabinho
  • Mário Jardel
  • Sávio
  • William Boaventura

Bulgaria

  • Valentin Ignatov
  • Ilian Kiriakov
  • Nikolay Kostov

Colombia

  • Ricardo Laborde

Czech Republic

  • Jan Rezek

Egypt

  • Magdy Tolba

France

  • Bruno Cheyrou
  • Vincent Laban

Georgia

  • Temuri Ketsbaia
  • Georgi Kinkladze

Germany

  • Marco Haber

Greece

  • Nikos Frousos
  • Nikos Katsavakis
  • Savvas Poursaitidis
  • Giorgos Xenides

Iraq

  • Hawar Mulla Mohammed

Latvia

  • Marian Pahars

Netherlands

  • Jeffrey Leiwakabessy
  • Nordin Wooter

Nigeria

  • Michael Obiku

Poland

  • Wojciech Kowalczyk
  • Sławomir Majak
  • Radoslaw Michalski
  • Mariusz Piekarski
  • Lukasz Sosin

Serbia

  • Sinisa Dobrasinovic
  • Siniša Gogić
  • Sása Jovanović
  • Slobodan Krčmarević
  • Vesko Mihajlović
  • Zoran Milinković
  • Srboljub Nikolić
  • Svetozar Šapurić
  • Vladan Tomić

Slovakia

  • Jozef Kožlej

Slovenia

  • Anton Žlogar

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