- matches played 140
- goals 2
- assists 1
- Last appearance (days ago) 108
Nikos Karanikas prefers to play with his left foot, as do 46% of his teammates. Since Nikos Karanikas came into world in 1992, to be more precise March 4th, the defender is NaN years younger than Larissa's average player. He had 22 match appearances this season. The Greek, Modern (1453-) defender Nikos Karanikas joined his current team, Larissa (Greece), in May 2018. These days, his team Larissa comes tenth place in Super League (Greece) plus second place in group Gr. 8 of Greece Cup (Greece).
Measuring 176cm, Larissa's average player height succumbs Nikos Karanikas by 8cm. While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. Moreover, he shows 16 out and 36 in substitutions in total. Throughout his time as professional football player, he was sanctioned with a card 43 times resulting in a mean value of 3.58 cards per play time. This season he was given nine yellow and two yellow-red cards. Nikos Karanikas's longest stay in a team counts four years and 11 months in his current club.
Apart from Nikos Karanikas, Slavko Bralic, Stefan Zivkovic, Christos Gromitsaris, Nikola Zizic, Manolis Bertos, Theodoros Tripotseris, Aleksandar Gojkovic and Vangelis Moras are also defenders of Larissa. Before joining Larissa, he impressed at PAS Giannina FC. He weighs 72kg which is 4kg less than his team's average heftiness. Nikos Karanikas reached the 139 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being 18 days ago. His jersey displays the number 20. The briefest time his spent on a team counts twelve months in his present club. Nikos Karanikas's best season was Football League 14/15 (Greece), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of match presence. Obviously, Nikos Karanikas had a couple of bad seasons as well. In Super League 18/19 he had difficulties with multiple penalties. So far this season, he tied 40% in Super League and won 67% of Larissa's matches in Greece Cup. They also managed to win 2 fixtures in a row in Super League.
(Last edited May 10, 2019)