Synonyms for pliatsikas or Related words with pliatsikas

filippos              fanis              sokratis              efthimios              tasos              lefteris              balafas              charisis              ravousis              toskas              karafeskos              makis              babis              efthimis              sofianidis              oikonomopoulos              anestis              mousouris              dintsikos              liberopoulos              dionisis              kopitsis              vaios              kostenoglou              ardizoglou              dimitriadis              mimis              anastopoulos              constantinos              charalampos              chiotis              dionysis              stergioudas              georgamlis              rammos              vasileios              skondras              thodoris              michalis              kimonas              kapsis              efstathios              stamatis              diamantis              skevofilax              sotirios              yiorghos              vaggelis              romanidis              maropoulos             



Examples of "pliatsikas"
Filippos Pliatsikas (Vocals, Keyboards, Guitars, Piano, Baglamas)
Filippos Pliatsikas elaborated on the - formerly mentioned - dedication in interviews. In response to one interviewer’s observation that “there is another categorisation which concerns you: the west bank”, Pliatsikas responded:
Filippos Pliatsikas was born in Athens and has been involved in music from the age of 12.
After a very difficult year for the defender marred by injury (149 days to be exact), Pliatsikas returned to action.
Arranged by: Filippos Pliatsikas (tracks: 1, 5, 6); Manos Xydous (tracks: 3, 4); Akis Daoutis (tracks: 2, 7-10)
All tracks arranged by Filippos Pliatsikas, Manos Govatzidakis, Bambis Stokas, Akis Daoutis, Dimitra Karaberopoulou, and Manos Xydous, except for track 2 (arranged by Panos Katsimihas), and tracks 8 and 13 (arranged by Filippos Pliatsikas, Akis Daoutis, Saša Dragić, Bayaka, and Bambis Stokas).
Pliatsikas participated in the preparation of the club in Turkey, leaving a positive impression and convinced the technical staff to offer him a contract. Pliatsikas, who had become free since last summer from Schalke 04, signed a contract until the end of the season 2013/14 with an renewal option for three more years.
Filippos Pliatsikas (Greek: Φίλιππος Πλιάτσικας) was the main composer, lyricist, and lead singer of the Entekhno rock group Pyx Lax (Πυξ Λαξ) and is now a solo artist.
Following a troublesome departure from Slovan, Pliatsikas returned to Greece to play for Panionios, with whom he had been training in the previous 3 months.
The stadium was inaugurated on 23 November, followed by a concert by Filippos Pliatsikas (himself a fan of the team) and Dionysis Tsaknis.
Vasileios Pliatsikas () (born 14 April 1988) is a Greek international footballer, who plays as a right back for Super League club Panionios.
Pliatsikas began his AEK career in 2005, making his way up from the reserve team, he ended up making 37 league appearances for AEK.
Greece's manager Otto Rehhagel called Pliatsikas for the three 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification matches against Luxembourg, Ukraine and Latvia where he played a pivotal role.
On 30 June 2009, Pliatsikas signed a four-year contract with German club Schalke 04 for an undisclosed fee. The beginning of 2010 was not good as Pliatsikas tore his knee ligaments during a training session. This was a major blow as he was beginning to get consistent game time with his club and was in the reckoning for a starting place with his national team. He missed the rest of Schalke's season and also the FIFA World Cup with Greece.
Initially the members of the band were Filippos Pliatsikas, Babis Stokas, Sakis Stamoulis, and Panayiotis Spyropoulos. Their professional recording career began with a demo cassette which they delivered to Minos EMI in Athens. According to Vasilis Konstantoulakis:
Training for the new season began on June 29, 2009. Daniel Majstorovic, Edinho, Rafik Djebbour, Perparim Hetemaj, Antonis Rikka, Vasilis Pliatsikas, Michalis Pavlis and Panagiotis Tachtsidis were all exempted as they were away on international duty.
On 23 July 2014, Pliatsikas signed a 2-year contract with Astra Giurgiu. On 25 July 2014, he made his debut with a club in a 2-0 away win against Concordia Chiajna.
ONAR (in Greek: ΟΝΑΡ), composed of "Lefteris Pliatsikas" and "Penny Ramadani", is a renowned Greek pop rock group. The band's name seems to be a reference to the ancient Greek word ὄναρ "dream".
Greece Under-19 Team started the campaign leading to the 2007 UEFA European Under-19 Football Championship in October 2006. During the First Qualifying Round the team was seeded in the Group 1, with Bulgaria (hostess), Ukraine and Kazakhstan being the other participants in the group. Greece finished at the top of the Group 1, after two wins against the hosts Bulgarians (2–0 on October 20, goals by Lambropoulos and Vallianos) and Ukraine (2–1 on October 25, goals by Vasileios Pliatsikas and Lambropoulos). The team also lost 4–2 to Kazakhstan (October 22, goals by Kostantinos Mitroglou and Pliatsikas).
On 1 June 2011, it was announced that Pliatsikas will be loaned to MSV Duisburg for the upcoming season. In 2010–11, he could play only one match for Schalke because of his injury problems and so he should gain playing experiences in the 2. Bundesliga. In 2011, he agreed to be loaned from Schalke for a year to the second division MSV Duisburg. ""I wanted to play. After the long period of injury, the season in Duisburg was a very good opportunity to stabilize and find myself playfully."" Pliatsikas, was meanwhile converted by MSV coach Oliver Reck to a left-wing defender.