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Αnorthosis Famagusta FC (Greek: Ανόρθωσις Αμμοχώστου, Anorthosis Ammochostou), known as Anorthosis, is a Cypriot football, futsal and volleyball club. Originally based in Famagusta, the club is now based in Larnaca.

Anorthosis Famagusta
Anorthosis FC.png
Full nameAnorthosis Famagusta FC
Ανόρθωσις Αμμοχώστου
Nickname(s)Μεγάλη Κυρία (The Great Lady)
Οι Κυανόλευκοι (The Blue White)
Short nameANO
Founded30 January 1911; 108 years ago (1911-01-30)
GroundAntonis Papadopoulos,
Larnaca
Capacity10,230
ChairmanChristos Poullaides
Head coachTemuri Ketsbaia
LeagueFirst Division
2018–19First Division, 7th
WebsiteClub website
Current season
Active departments of Anorthosis
Football Futsal Volleyball
Football Futsal Volleyball
(men) (women)

Anorthosis was founded in 1911 in Famagusta and in 1934 became one of the founder clubs of the Cyprus Football Association. Their home ground is the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, the president of the club is Evgenios Hamboullas.

One of the most successful clubs in Cypriot football, Anorthosis has won 13 First Division titles, 10 Cypriot Cups and seven Super Cups. Anorthosis is one of three Cypriot clubs never to have played in the second division and the first one which had participated in the Champions League Group Stages.

HistoryEdit

The club was founded in Famagusta on 30 January 1911. After the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 and the occupation of Famagusta by the Turkish army, Anorthosis was relocated to Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium in Larnaca and because of the occupation of Famagusta Anorthosis is one of those clubs that are known as the "refugee" clubs. Anorthosis' original home stadium in Famagusta, G.S.E. (Gymnastic Club Evagoras), has been abandoned since 1974 and is in poor condition.[1]

Ammochostos, or better Varoshi, around 1910 was a small town of about 4,000 inhabitants: farmers, fishermen and a few shop-keepers. The only place of recreation was the coffee shop. At that time a few, spirited and enthusiastic men of that community set a goal and managed to create a "reading club" in hospitable rooms where they could gather and educate the youth in cultural and national matters.[1]

1911–1928Edit

The period from 1911 until 1928 can be characterized as the first period of Anorthosis history. In that period, Anorthosis was mostly a nationalist and spiritual group. Patriotic speeches and national commemorations were organised in the building of Anorthosis. But the sector where Anorthosis had created a tradition, unique in the history of clubs of which the reputation and activity was spread all over Cyprus, was in music.[1]

Under the control of Demetris Demetriades, it began with great success the only madolinade and band of Anorthosis. The actions taken at that time were many, some of them were:

(From Anorthosis Practices) 1913: In a collection that has been done in the building of Anorthosis the extravagant – for that time – amount of 84 pounds was gathered in just one hour, which was given for the political needs of the country (which was under British rule). 1922: Anorthosis establishes a depository for the relief of the refugees from the Asia Minor destruction.[1]

1929–1955Edit

The second period in the history of Anorthosis started with an important changeover in the aims and actions of the club. The "Anorthosis Reading Club" renamed to "Musical Philological and Philanthropical Club" and as an emblem of the club is now the mythical bird Phoenix. During this period the mantolinade and band of Anorthosis are better organised and stipendiary teachers are being appointed for the development of the two groups.[1]

1955–1974Edit

In the philological sector the tradition of the past continued. Anorthosis created a first class library with a lending section. In 1936, 1,500 volumes of books were lent to Anorthosis members. In the second period a great importance was given to the athletic sector. Under the control of professor of Gymnastics, Anastasis Oikonomides, football and volleyball teams, sea sports and teams of classical athleticism, gave Anorthosis many first wins, renown and trophies. Anorthosis in association with Gymnastic Club Evagoras (GSE), which is its own child, organized district and pan-Cyprian games and athletes got their first wins, not only in PanCyprian games. Of course, for a small time period, there was almost nothing to show. For example, in 1929 with a letter of POEB of which members are in Anorthosis, said that it was ready to break up and its members to be merged into the football team of Anorthosis. Then, it was decided that a second football team should be funded, and the responsibility was on Mr. An. Oikonomidis and S. Mathaiou. On 11 February 1932, at the command of the Ammochostos governor (Cyprus was still under British rule) the club of Anorthosis closed for a short time. On 29 October, the president, the general secretary and the boufι manager of Anorthosis were arrested by the police because the Greek flag was hanging on the balcony of the club building.[2][3]

1974–2008Edit

On 26 July 2005, they beat the Turkish team Trabzonspor 3–1 in the first leg of their second-round Champions League qualifying match. They lost the second leg 1–0 in Turkey, but progressed 3–2 on aggregate. In the third-round qualifying tie against the Scottish team Rangers, Anorthosis lost the first leg 2–1, and the second leg 2–0, so dropped into the first round of the UEFA Cup. They were then defeated 6–1 on aggregate by the Italian team Palermo. Anorthosis qualified for the 2007–08 UEFA Cup by way of their Cypriot Cup win. They entered the competition at the First Qualifying round stage. Aggregate victories over FK Vardar and CFR 1907 Cluj saw them move through to the First Round proper. Anorthosis were drawn against English Premier League side Tottenham Hotspur. The first leg was played at White Hart Lane on 20 September 2007 which Tottenham Hotspur won 6–1. On 4 October 2007 the second leg resulted in a 1–1 draw when Robbie Keane equalised for Tottenham Hotspur after Fabinho had put Anorthosis ahead.[4]

Champions League 2008–09Edit

After winning the domestic league 2007–08, Anorthosis qualified for the 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Group Stage, over-running Armenian Champions FC Pyunik, Austrian Champions Rapid Wien and Greek Champions Olympiacos in the qualifying rounds.

This allowed the team to qualify for the Group Stage of the Champions League, the first time for a Cypriot team.

In the group stage, they earned their first point following a 0–0[5] away draw with Werder Bremen, then got their first win beating Panathinaikos FC 3–1[6] while Hawar Mulla Mohammed became the first Iraqi player to score in the UEFA Champions League, although they lost to Inter Milan 1–0[7] at San Siro, they drew 3–3 in GSP Stadium. In their fifth Champions League game, Anorthosis had a chance to make it to the knock-out stage if they would have won against Werder Bremen. Anorthosis went up 2–0, but in the second half Diego made the score 2–1, and minutes before the match ended, Hugo Almeida managed to equalise for Bremen, and the match finished 2–2. Anorthosis still had a chance to get into the knock-out stage in the final match against Panathinaikos if they would have won. However, during the last game they lost 1–0 away to Panathinaikos. Inter (who had already qualified for the next stage) lost 2–1 to Bremen, meaning that Anorthosis finished fourth – missing out on a consolation UEFA Cup place.

In the week prior to the game against Panathinaikos, the club was disrupted when the directors complained to the police that the president was embezzling funds. He was remanded in custody and forced to resign, eventually being released by the police without charges.[8]

Europa League disappointment 2009–10Edit

After the highs of their exploits in the previous season's Champions League, Anorthosis went crashing out of the 2009–10 UEFA Europa League in the second qualifying round, losing 4–3 on aggregate to OFK Petrovac of Montenegro.

Europa League 2010–11Edit

Anorthosis started well the Europa League 2010–11 by beating FC Banants of Armenia 3–0 and 0–1 respectively. In the second round they lost the first match 0–2 to HNK Šibenik of Croatia, but still managed to qualify after a 3–0 victory in the second leg fixture accompanied by great performance. In the third qualifying round Anorthosis had a poor performance against Cercle Brugge, losing 0–1 in Belgium. Whenever they came back in Cyprus for the rematch they defeated Cercle 3–1 with Cafu scoring all 3 goals. Anorthosis's adventure ended with a 0–4 loss in Moscow and a 1–2 home loss against CSKA Moscow.

Europa League 2011–12Edit

Anorthosis in 2011–12 started from the second qualifying round, in which Anorthosis met Fc Garga Georgia. The Cypriot club defeated the Georgian Club 3–0 at the Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium, but then lost to the Georgian Club 2–0 in Zestafoni. In the third qualifying round Anorthosis encountered FK Rabotnički Skopje. The first match at Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium was not the ideal for the Cypriot club, after the first 70 minutes the result was still 0–0. The Skopje Club scored in their first real opportunity in the game, after another 10 minutes the Skopje club scored a second goal with after an incredible mistake by the Anorthosis' goalkeeper Dimitar Ivankov. In the second match at the Philip II Arena Anorthosis won 1–2 FK Rabotnički. The score 0–2 until 87 minute, which would send the game to extra-time. After that match Dimitar Ivankov was released from his contract and removed from the Anorthosis Squad.

Europa League 2012–13Edit

Anorthosis Famagusta began the season in Second qualifying round of Europa League. Anorthosis faced the cup winner of Estonian for the season 2011–12, Levadia Tallinn, On the first match Anorthosis Famagusta defeat the Estonian club 3–1 (Spadacio, Toni Calvo, Ricardo Laborde) in Kadrioru Stadium, with mvp the best player of the clube Ricardo Laborde.

Financial rescueEdit

On 21 August 2013, President Achilleas Nicolaou asked all the supporters of Anorthosis to contribute using automated bank orders, donating a small amount of money by month, having as the main goal the viability of the club and in order to be able to get rid of the whole debit of that period which was 13.5 million euros. The main goal of this action was the club players to be paid by the fans (that's why the request of automated bank order) so the sponsors, and other club income to lower the debit of the club.

StadiumEdit

Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium
 
The east side of the stadium at evening
Full nameΣτάδιο Αντώνης Παπαδόπουλος
LocationLarnaca, Cyprus
OwnerAnorthosis Famagusta
OperatorAnorthosis Famagusta
Capacity10,230 (full seated)
SurfaceGrass
ScoreboardYes
Construction
Built1983–1986
Opened1986
Renovated1997, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2012, 2018
Expanded1997

Anorthosis, in order to recover from their relocation, had to build a new stadium. Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium is the home of Anorthosis Famagusta and it was built in 1986 in the city of Larnaca. The ground was given the name of a person who helped Anorthosis in various ways through the years, he was a fighter in EOKA war for Cyprus independence and unity with Greece and Anorthosis helped the war and he was also a very talented football player of Anorthosis and later a manager. The initial capacity of the ground was about 6,000 but gradually increased during the years to 13,000. With a major reconditioning in 1998, capacity was reduced to 10,230 (all seated).

In 2005 the east stand was named "Quality Stand" after the club's main sponsor. "Quality Stand" is a two-story stand which holds the newly built VIP boxes (upper story), press room, dressing rooms, and bar. In 2006, the stadium went through another reconditioning including the building of VIP Boxes in the upper section of west stand, the launching of the automatic ticketing issue and entrance system, the replacing of the metal front fence with clear acrylic glass for security reasons and for maximized field view. Also, some other facilities are offered in the west stand such as new restrooms, bar, and fans' shop.

The stadium also is approved by UEFA for European games. It has hosted some matches of the Cyprus national football team. In that stadium, Cyprus achieved its greatest success against Spain by a score 3–2. On 16 May 1992, the stadium hosted the 1992 UEFA European Under-16 Football Championship Third position final between Italy and Portugal, where Italy won 1–0.

On 23 November 2011, D. Ellinas group signed a contract with Anorthosis to built new offices for Antonis Papadopoulos Stadium. The old offices of the stadium will be a joint area outside the locker room, journalistic theory, clinics and other. The cost is €400,000 but the D. Ellinas group will build the offices for free in exchange for advertisements on the Anorthosis side.

SupportersEdit

Ultras group of Anorthosis are known as Μαχητές (makhités), stylised MAXHTEC, (fighters). The idea is that by fighting they will get to the top and return to their beloved town of Famagusta. Anorthosis' fans are spread all over the island of Cyprus due to the occupation of the town of Famagusta by the Turkish Army and also as a result of the expulsion of Cypriots from their town. There are PAN.SI.FI MAXHTEC. (supporters associations) all over the island and in other countries as well (Greece, UK etc.). The majority of the fans live in Larnaca, as the temporary stadium based there. Also, there is a massive number of fans in Free Famagusta, Limassol and Nicosia.

Crest and coloursEdit

CrestEdit

Since the club's foundation, Anorthosis have had four main crests, though all underwent minor variations. In 1970, Anorthosis adopted as their first crest the image of a phoenix and the laters ΑΝΟΡΘΩΣΙΣ, and remained for the next 15 years, though it never appeared on the shirts. From 1985 Anorthosis change as a first time his crest and remained for the next 5 years, though it never appeared on the shirts. In 1990 Anorthosis announced their first official crest as a part of an attempt to modernise, that used on the shirts the image of a burned phoenix with the laters of ΑΝΟΡΘΩΣΙΣ, the year of the founding, 1911 and under the banner of ΑΜΜΟΧΩΣΤΟΣ. In 2000 with Presidential Kikis Konstantinou, Anorthosis crest was changed again as a part of the attempt to modernise and to capitalise on new marketing opportunities. The new badge featured a more naturalistic blue phoenix, standing over the fire. It lasted for the next 11 years, with some modifications such as the use of different colours, birds and including some stars for the celebrations of the titles. For the centenary season the new Presidential Savvas Kakos, Anorthosis announced tender for the emblem in 100 years this was accompanied by the words '1911–2011' on the top and bottom of the crest respectively.[9] In 2012 Anorthosis with some changes on 100 years crest announce their final official crest that shows the phoenix over the fire by using the design of 100 years logo.

ColoursEdit

Anorthosis have always worn white and blue shirts,[10] although they originally used the paler blue, which was taken from the Greek flag colours and was worn with white or blue shorts and blue, black or white socks. The black[11] and yellow color was the color of the inaugural football team and was intended to extol Byzantium, the colors of which were the same as the shirt of 2011–12.[12] Anorthosis have also use the black color for their second and third shirts like 2009–10 and 2012–13 as previously.

Current squadEdit

As of 29 May 2019

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

No. Position Player
1   GK Giorgi Loria
2   DF Erwin Koffi
3   DF Giorgos Galitsios
4   MF Kostakis Artymatas
5   DF Gordon Schildenfeld
6   DF Panayiotis Artymatas
7   MF Nikos Englezou
8   MF Murtaz Daushvili
9   FW Nika Kacharava
10   MF Rubén Rayos
11   MF Tornike Okriashvili
12   DF Kostas Pilea
16   MF Theodoros Vasilakakis
18   FW Michal Ďuriš
19   FW Berat Sadik
No. Position Player
20   FW Nikos Kaltsas
21   MF Neofytos Kyriakou
22   DF Branko Vrgoc
23   DF Marios Stylianou
24   FW Giorgos Manthatis (on loan from Olympiacos)
26   FW Ioannis Chadjivasilis
27   FW Konstantinos Georgallides
28   MF Renato Margaça
30   GK Antonis Georgallides
33   DF Yevhen Selin
44   DF Pavlos Correa
48   MF Michalis Ioannou
58   MF Andreas Lemesios (on loan from Nea Salamina)
91   GK Giorgos Papadopoulos
98   GK Luka Mikaia

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers summer 2019

First team out on loanEdit

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

No. Position Player
39   MF Christos Hadjipaschalis (on loan to ASIL Lysi)
No. Position Player

Returning from loanEdit

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

No. Position Player
--   DF Marios Nicolaou
45   DF Constantinos Sotiriou
No. Position Player

Under 19s squadEdit

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

No. Position Player
  MF Kyriakos Konstantinou (Anorthosis U19)
  MF Konstantinos Tsipras (Anorthosis U19)
  DF Andreas Pavlopoulos (Anorthosis U19)
  DF Tasos Karnezis (Anorthosis U19)
No. Position Player
  DF Panayotis Voutsis (Anorthosis U19)
  DF Aristotelis Salpingidis (Anorthosis U19)
  FW Prokopis Ioannou (Anorthosis U19)
  MF Ioannis Tzorvas (Anorthosis U19)

International playersEdit

Internation Cypriot Players

Internation Foreign Players

Internation Youth Cypriot Players

Internation Youth Foreign Players

Foreign playersEdit

EU Nationals

EU Nationals (Dual citizenship)

UEFA Non-EU Nationals (agreement)

  • (one or more years in Cyprus)

Non-EU Nationals

Under-23 Foreign Players

Club officialsEdit

Board of directorsEdit

Position Staff
President   Evgenios Hamboullas
Vice-President   Marios Michael
Secretary   Andreas Papalis
Directors   Andreas Andreou
  Christos Karas
  Nikolas Karoullas
  Yiannos Constantinou
  Panicos Panagi
  Panayiotis Salaforis

Source: Board of Directors

Technical and medical staffEdit

Position Staff
Head coach   Temuri Ketsbaia
Assistant coach   Soso Chedia
Assistant coach   Christodoulos Michael
Fitness coach   Michalis Michael
Fitness coach   Lambros Ioannou
Goalkeeping coach   Zoltan Nagy
Chief Scout   Kyriakos Hadjicharalambous
Medical staff
Team doctor (orthopaedist)   Dr Demetrios Tsoukas
Team doctor (Pathologist)   Dr Kypros Pambou
Physiotherapist   Emilios Syzinos
Massuers   Plamen Panov
  Dobromir Kerchev
Caregivers   Antonis Panayiotou
  Prodromos Fivou

Source: Technical team

Former playersEdit

Managerial historyEdit

Last Update: 1 June 2014

 
Seasons Name Nationality
1911–70 * Non-Professional League System *
1970–71 Sima Milovanov  
1970–72 Panicos Iakovou  
1972–73 Vladimir Hobot  
1972–74 Stefaanos Petritsis  
1974–77 Antonis Karras  
1977–80 Georgi Pachedzhiev  
1980–81 Leo Bolni  
1981–82 Andon Dončevski  
1982–84 Tsvetan Ilchev  
1984–86 Peter Cormack  
1986–87 Joseph Zatina  
1986–87 Artemis Theocharous  
1987–88 Panicos Iacovou  
1987–88 Artemis Theocharous  
1987–90 Lakis Petropoulos  
1989–90 Demetris Zaggylos  
1989–90 Mirsad Fazlagić  
 
Seasons Name Nationality
1990–92 Anghel Iordănescu  
1992–93 Vladimir Gutsaev  
1992–93 Artemis Theocharous  
1992–93 Lennart Söderberg  
1992–93 Nikos Alefantos  
1993–95 Andreas Mouskallis  
1994–95 Yordan Yordanov  
1995–96 Georgi Vasilev  
1995–96 Nikos Karoulias  
1996–01 Dušan Mitošević  
1 July 2001 – 28 November 2001 Janusz Wójcik  
2001–02 Ioannis Matzourakis  
2001–03 Nikolay Kostov  
20 August 2002 – 22 December 2002 Edward Lorens  
2003–04 Dušan Mitošević  
 
Seasons Name Nationality
2004–13 Apr 2009 Temuri Ketsbaia  
2008–09 Nikos Nicolaou  
7 May 2009 – 25 Jul 2009 Ernst Middendorp  
8 Aug 2009 – 18 Feb 2010 Slavoljub Muslin  
18 Feb 2010 – 30 Jun 10 Nikos Nicolaou  
1 Jul 2010 – 18 Nov 2010 Guillermo Ángel Hoyos  
18 Nov 2010 – 25 Dec 2010 Slobodan Krčmarević  
27 Dec 2010 – 25 Sept 2011 Stanimir Stoilov  
1 Oct 2011 – 1 Apr 2013 Ronny Levy  
2 Apr 2013 – 1 Jun 2013 Pambos Christodoulou  
25 May 2013 – 18 Aug 2013 Christakis Kassianos  
18 August 2013 – 30 January 2014 Jorge Costa  
6 Feb 2014 – 31 May 2014 Nikos Kostenoglou  
1 Jun 2014 – 17 Feb 2016 Andre Paus  
17 Feb 2016 – 23 Mar 2016 Zoran Milinkovic  
23 Mar 2016 – 31 May 2016 Neophytos Larkou  
1 Jun 2016 – 17 Oct 2016 Antonio Puche  
26 Oct 2016 – 26 Sept 2018 Ronny Levy  

Presidential historyEdit

Anorthosis have had numerous presidents over the course of their history, some of which have been honorary presidents. Here is a complete list of them.[13]

 
Name Years
Nicolaos Katalanos 1911
Michael Michaelidis 1911–14
Ioannis Myrianthous 1914–17
Michael Michaelidis 1917–19
Luis Loizou 1919–20
Morfis Michael 1920–24
Anastasios Oikonomides 1924–40
 
Name Years
Andreas Gavrielides 1940–55
Anastasios Oikonomides 1955–61
Paulos Paulakis 1961–62
Michael Kayias 1962–63
Nicolas Antoniou 1963–66
Paulos Paulakis 1966–67
Xanthos Sarris 1967–69
 
Name Years
Ntinos Adam 1969–70
Takis Pelekanos 1970–83
Stelios Frenaritis 1983–89
Kikis Konstantinou 1989–03
Kyriakos Theocharous 2003–04
Andreas Panteli 2004–08
Chris Georgiades 2008–09
 
Name Years
Antonis Demetriou 2009–10
Kyriakos Kousios 2010–11
Kikis Konstantinou 2011
Savvas Kakos 2011–13
Achilleas Nicolaou 2013
Christos Poullaides 2013–16
Charalambos Manoli 2016–2017
Andreas Panteli 2017–2019
Evgenios Hamboulas 2019–Current

Anorthosis Football Club Company Presidents

 
Name Years
Charalambos Manoli 2014–16
Christos Poullaides 2016
Evgenios Hamboulas 2019

Volleyball teamEdit

The volleyball team won their first trophy in 1972–73, and since that time, the Cypriot Championship was organized by Greek Volleyball Federation, as Champions they gained the right to compete in the Greek National First Division. However, they withdrew from the Championship, when five matches before the end of the competition because of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Since then they have dominated Cypriot Volleyball, having been crowned Champions and Cup winners more times than any other team. They have won the Championship 20 times, the Cup 15 times, and the Super Cup 7 times.

FutsalEdit

Anorthosis Famagusta Futsal club is a Cyprus Futsal, based in the Kinotiko stadium Larnaka. The club have participated in the division since its inception in 2012.[14]

HonoursEdit

Type Competition Titles Seasons
Domestic Cypriot First Division [15] 13 1949–50, 1956–57, 1957–58, 1959–60, 1961–62, 1962–63, 1994–95, 1996–97, 1997–98, 1998–99, 1999–2000, 2004–05, 2007–08
Cypriot Cup [16] 10 1948–49, 1958–59, 1961–62, 1963–64, 1970–71, 1974–75, 1997–98, 2001–02, 2002–03, 2006–07
Cypriot Super Cup [17] 7 1962, 1995, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2007
  •   record *s shared record

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e Ιστορικά γεγονότα Archived 22 July 2014 at the Wayback Machine, Anorthosis Famagusta Official Website
  2. ^ Μελετίου 2011, p. 95
  3. ^ Cyprus – List of Final Tables 1931–1998 Archived 23 April 2011 at WebCite, rsssf.com
  4. ^ Ιστορική πρόκριση της Ανόρθωσης στον Γ' προκριματικό γύρο – Ξέφρενοι πανηγυρισμοί ξέσπασαν, TYPOS.COM.CY
  5. ^ Werder Bremen – Anorthosis : 0–0 (Match Report) ScoresPro.com
  6. ^ Anorthosis – Panathinaikos: 3–1 (Match Report) ScoresPro.com
  7. ^ Inter – Anorthosis: 1–0 (Match Report) ScoresPro.com
  8. ^ Embattled Anorthosis boss stands down Archived 18 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine Cyprus Mail – 2 December 2008
  9. ^ "Διαγωνισμός Δημιουργίας εμβλήματος για τα 100χρονα". Anorthosis.com. Archived from the original on 17 January 2013. Retrieved 27 August 2010. Cite uses deprecated parameter |dead-url= (help)
  10. ^ Προφίλ Archived 31 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine, Anorthosis Famagusta Official Website
  11. ^ Ανόρθωσις 2012–13: Η καλύτερη επίδοση της 13ετίας, Anorthosis24.net, 7 January 2013
  12. ^ Ανόρθωση: Kαινούρια χρώματα, ίδιο πνεύμα Archived 8 May 2011 at the Wayback Machine, Shootandgoal.com, 26 January 2011
  13. ^ Επίσημη Ιστοσελίδα Ανόρθωσης Αμμοχώστου (in Greek). Archived from the original on 13 May 2013. Retrieved 5 June 2013. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  14. ^ "Team News" (in Greek). Anorthosis.com. Archived from the original on 8 October 2012. Retrieved 6 October 2012. Cite uses deprecated parameter |deadurl= (help)
  15. ^ Cyprus – List of Champions, www.rsssf.com, Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, 2018-05-17
  16. ^ Cyprus – List of Cup Finals, www.rsssf.com, Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, 2018-05-17
  17. ^ Cyprus – List of Super Cup Finals, www.rsssf.com, Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, 2018-05-17

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