Stan Lazaridis

Stan Lazaridis

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Stan Lazaridis

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Stanley "Stan" Lazaridis (born 16 August 1972 in Perth, Western Australia) is a former football player. <!--

Wikipedia's Manual of Style says that "Ethnicity or sexuality should not generally be emphasized in the opening unless it is relevant to the subject's notability." Lazaridis is notable for being a footballer, not for which bit of Europe his family came from. If his ethnicity is important enough to go in the article, it should go in the body of the article, or in a personal life section, not in the lead, and any claims made should be backed up by reliable sources. Without reliable sources, any mention of Greek and/or Macedonian will be removed from there as well.

-->He was predominantly a left winger though he had been known to perform at left-back. He last played for his home-town club, Perth Glory and made 58 official appearances for Australia and was called up to the Australian 2006 FIFA World Cup squad though he never played in Germany.

Club career

His reputation as a young left-footed teenager began with Olympic Kingsway where, despite his age, he intimidated many a defender with his change of pace.

Lazaridis made his senior debut for West Adelaide Hellas in the Australian National Soccer League in the 1992 season. His dribbling ability and pace drew much attention on the Australian scene. At the end of the 1995 season he earned a move to Europe when West Ham manager Harry Redknapp encountered Lazaridis playing for...
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