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Panagiotis Bahramis (Greek: Παναγιώτης Μπαχράμης, 12 March 1976 – 13 August 2010) was a Greek footballer. He was born in Kalamata. He started soccer in the ranking of the regional Apollonas Kalamata and he began to play in the Fourth Division, he closed inside the youth team. In 1994, he took part in the chief club of the city, Kalamata FC. With that club, he played for seven seasons until 2001, mainly in the Second and ranked into the First Divisions.[1]

Separately he played on the team which entered the European championships in 1997. On 10 January 1996, he scored a friendly goal prepared in Agrinio with Panaitoliko, three of the four goals of the teams (score: 4-2). He was injured and was not able to take part in the final stage, where the team made it to the finals. He was a batch with[relevant? – discuss] Antonis Nikopolidis, Giorgos Karagounis, Angelos Basinas, Takis Fyssas, Angelos Charisteas with the national team won the 2004 Euro championships.

He continued with Kalamata until 2001 where he signed with Iraklis which he played until 2004. Later on he signed with Larissa which the team won the Greek Cup in 2007 and played in the 2008 UEFA Cup.

He later played with Verroia in the 2008-09 season.


He was killed at August 2010 by a Highspeed vessel, while he was fishing with Speargun.
Record

Titles

Greek Cup: 2007: (Larissa)
Second Division championship: 2004-05 (Larissa)
Entrance to the Second Division: 1995, 1999 (Kalamata

Points (as of 2009): 268 matches

First Division: 162
Second Division: 69
Greek Cup: 33
Greek Super Cup: 1
Intertoto: 1
UEFA Cup: 2

Goals (as of 2009): 29

First Division: 14
Beta Ethniki: 9
Greek Cup: 6


Clubs
Years Clubs Points Goals
1993-94 Greece Apollon Kalamata (D)
1994-95 Greece Kalamata FC 14 (B) + 2 (Cup) 0
1995-96 Greece Kalamata FC 18 (A) + 2 (Cup) 1 (Α) + 1 (Cup)
1996-97 Greece Kalamata FC 17 (A) + 2 (Cup) 2 (A)
1997-98 Greece Kalamata FC 19 (A) 2 (A)
1998-99 Greece Kalamata FC 22 ('B) + 4 (Cup) 4 (B) + 2 (Cup)
1999–2000 Greece Kalamata FC 16 (A) + 4 (Cup) 2 (A) + 2 (Cup)
2000-01 Greece Kalamata FC 17 (A) + 2 (Cup) 4 (A)
2001-02 Greece Iraklis FC 13 (A) + 6 (Cup) 0
2002-03 Greece Iraklis FC 14 (A) 0
2003-04 Greece Iraklis FC 5 (A) + 3 (Cup) 0 (A) + 1 (Cup)
2004-05 Greece Larissa FC 21 (B) + 3 (Cup) 4 (B)
2005-06 Greece Larissa FC 26 (A) + 4 (Cup) 3 (A)
2006-07 Greece Larissa FC 6 (A) + 0 (Cup) + 1 (I) 0
2007-08 Greece Larissa FC 11 (A) + 2 (Cup) +1 (SC) + 2 (UEFA) 0
2008-09 Greece Veria FC 12 (B) +1 (Cup) 1 (B)
2009-10 Greece Veria FC 9 (C) 1 (C)
Years National teams Points Goals
(;)-1995 Greece U-19 team
1996–1997 Greece U-21 team 2 1

Abbreviations:
A or 1st: matches and goals in the First Division
B or 2nd: matches and goals in the Second Division
C or 3rd: matches and goals in the Third Division
D or 4th: matches and goals in the Fourth Division
Cup matches and goals in the Greek Cup
SC matches and goals in the Super Cup
I matches and goals in Intertoto

References

^ "Γ Εθνική / ΒΕΡΟΙΑ ΠΑΕ / ΜΠΑΧΡΑΜΗΣ ΠΑΝΑΓΙΩΤΗΣ" (in Greek). Hellenic League. Retrieved 2010-04-29.

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