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Giorgos Lanaris was born on 26 June, 1979 in Veria, Greece, is a Greek footballer. Discover Giorgos Lanaris's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 41 years old?

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Age 42 years old
Zodiac Sign Cancer
Born 26 June 1979
Birthday 26 June
Birthplace Veria, Greece
Nationality Greece

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Giorgos Lanaris Height, Weight & Measurements

At 42 years old, Giorgos Lanaris height is 5′ 7″ .

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Giorgos Lanaris Net Worth

His net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Giorgos Lanaris worth at the age of 42 years old? Giorgos Lanaris’s income source is mostly from being a successful Player. He is from Greece. We have estimated Giorgos Lanaris's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On 6 May 2015, Mr. Andreadis ruled that both Lanaris and Arvanitidis were guilty of fixing matches. Lanaris was immediately banned from any football activity, forced to leave his team manager position at Veria, and was barred from leaving the country. However, the HFF appeals committee overturned that ruling and found Arvanitidis, Lanaris, and Veria not guilty of the accusations.


In 2015, Lanaris and Veria owner Giorgos Arvanitidis were accused of fixing a match between Veria and Olympiakos F.C. on 6 January 2013. Veria player Nikolaos Georgeas and then-manager Dimitris Kalaitzidis both testified in March 2015 that Lanaris, following Arvanitidis's orders, instructed the players to lose the match by a 3–0 score, which was ultimately the final tally. According to the investigating judge Georgios Andreadis, both Arvanitidis and Olympiakos owner Evangelos Marinakis had agreed on the match fixing.


After retiring from football in summer of 2012, Arvanitidis named Lanaris as team manager on 7 July 2012. Lanaris attempted to resign from the post on 27 January 2013 claiming personal reasons, but his resignation was not accepted.


In the season that followed, Lanaris played another thirteen matches in Football League as the club was saved from relegation. The 2011–2012 season would be his last as a football player, but he left on a high note as he made seventeen appearances to help lead Veria to a second-place finish and a return to Superleague. It would be Lanaris's final act as a player for the club to which he had dedicated his life back in 2004.


The new year would find Lanaris joining Aetos Skydras. He failed to make any appearances for the club and he was released on a free transfer in the summer of 2009.

Lanaris joined Pierikos for the season 2009–2010 but he only played in two matches. He was released on another free transfer during the 2010 winter transfer window.

As he reached the age of thirty-two, Lanaris had few options. After resolving his issue with Arvanitidis, Lanaris returned home to Veria, who was back in Gamma Ethniki for the 2009–2010 season. There he finally returned to form and regained his spot in the main squad, scoring five times in fourteen appearances and helping to lead Veria to the Gamma Ethniki championship and promotion to Football League.


In Superleague, Lanaris made no appearances as the dispute with club ownership caused him to permanently lose his spot on the team. He was released by the club on 30 June 2008 as his contract expired.

Apollon Kalamaria had just been relegated to Football League along with Veria and Atromitos, and team manager Makis Katsavakis was still eager to sign the newly available Lanaris. Upon Lanaris's release by Veria, Katsavakis quickly signed the footballer to a contract, but unfortunately Lanaris did not impress at Kalamaria and was released during the 2008 winter transfer window after playing in only four matches.


In his first season in Football League, he played twenty-five times and he scored eight goals. The following season, 2006–2007, Lenaris lost his main squad role after an dispute with Giorgos Arvanitidis, then-president and owner of the club. As a result he played in only eight matches that season, but the club was still able to achieve promotion to Superleague.


After his promising season with Naoussa, Lanaris was approached by Veria F.C., and he agreed to move to the club on a free transfer in summer of 2001. His first two seasons saw no appearances for Veria in Delta Ethniki, but the team managed to secure promotion to Gamma Ethniki and win the Amateur Cup against Preveza. As the club began play in Gamma Ethniki the following season, Lanaris was able to earn a spot on the main squad and played in thirty-three games, scoring seven times, and helped the club avoid relegation. The next season, 2004–2005, would be the best of Lanaris's career. He played in thirty matches and he scored seventeen goals, leading Veria's return to Football League as Gamma Ethniki champions.


In summer of 2000, Lanaris was approached by Naoussa. He signed with the club and in his first season he played thirty-two games, scoring twice.


In the summer of 1998, Iraklis F.C. approached Lanaris and, after coming to an agreement with Pontioi, signed them to their club. This was the first professional contract for Lanaris in his career. The same summer he was given on loan for a year to Poseidon Nea Michaniona to provide him some experience. At the end of the 1998–1999 season he returned to Iraklis but wasn't able to make the main squad due to the presence of established talent such as Savvas Kofidis and Ieroklis Stoltidis. As a result he was released on a free transfer in summer of 2000.


Georgios Lanaris (Greek: Γεώργιος Λαναρής ; born 26 June 1979 in Veria), was a Greek footballer best known for his time with his hometown club Veria F.C. as a forward.