Ilias "Maik" Galakos (Greek: Μάικ Γαλάκος) is a retired Greek football striker who was active during the 1970s and 1980s. Galakos was born on 23 November 1951 in Piraeus, Greece but his family emigrated to Germany where he first played football for Fortuna Düsseldorf (1972–1973). He returned to Greece and played for Olympiakos in the period 1973–1981 before committing the unthinkable deed in the eyes of Olympiakos supporters, by signing with Panathinaikos. Galakos played for the greens between 1981 and 1985. He retired after playing in 255 Alpha Ethniki matches.

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  • Ilias "Maik" Galakos (Greek: Μάικ Γαλάκος) is a retired Greek football striker who was active during the 1970s and 1980s. Galakos was born on 23 November 1951 in Piraeus, Greece but his family emigrated to Germany where he first played football for Fortuna Düsseldorf (1972–1973). He returned to Greece and played for Olympiakos in the period 1973–1981 before committing the unthinkable deed in the eyes of Olympiakos supporters, by signing with Panathinaikos. Galakos played for the greens between 1981 and 1985. He retired after playing in 255 Alpha Ethniki matches. Galakos was capped 30 times by the Greece national football team, scoring five goals. (en)
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  • Ilias "Maik" Galakos (Greek: Μάικ Γαλάκος) is a retired Greek football striker who was active during the 1970s and 1980s. Galakos was born on 23 November 1951 in Piraeus, Greece but his family emigrated to Germany where he first played football for Fortuna Düsseldorf (1972–1973). He returned to Greece and played for Olympiakos in the period 1973–1981 before committing the unthinkable deed in the eyes of Olympiakos supporters, by signing with Panathinaikos. Galakos played for the greens between 1981 and 1985. He retired after playing in 255 Alpha Ethniki matches. (en)
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