Loukas Vyntra Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 11 Jun, 2014
Facts of Loukas Vyntra
Date of Birth: 1981 , February-5
Age: 38 years old
Birth Nation: Czech Republic
Height: 6 Feet
Name Loukas Vyntra
Father Czech Vyntra
Mother Greece Vyntra
Birth Place/City Mesto Albrechtice, Czech Republic
Ethnicity white ethnicity
Profession Football Player
Working For La Liga club Levante UD and the Greek national team
Salary 3,50 Mill.
Weight in KG 76 kg
Famous for Football Player
Online Presence Facebook, Youtube, Instagram, Google Plus,
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Loukas Vyntra, a professional football player was born on Feb 5, 1981 in Mesto Albrechtice, Czechoslovakia. His father is Czech and his mother is from Greece. He plays from Defender position from a squad No.6 and the Nation he plays for is Greece. He has a height of 1.84m and has a weight of 76 kg. In regard to his Current Team, he plays from Spanish side Levante and Greece national football team. The information regarding his salary is not exposed but still it is known that he earns a lot as he is the best football player.

Vyntra debuted as a youth player to his mother’s homeland of Greece and subsequently signed his first professional contract with Paniliakos and within a year, he moved to Veria FC in which he gave 24 concrete appearances. Previously, he was with the Pirgos club till January 2004, and later on he moved to Panathinaikos. He made a brilliant score in the Champions League game against Arsenal and also made a fabulous goal in the UEFA Cup game against Sevilla in his debut 2004/05 season. Loukas Vyntra was the leader in the Greece U21 team from 1997 to2005 giving 20 international appearances for that period. Since 2005, he is enrolled into the senior Greece team. Vyntra has already made 303 appearances in overall tournaments for Panathinaikos within the 2004-2012 seasons. Loukas Vyntra has spent many seasons contributing his best performances for Panathinaikos FC. He initiated to play from Greece in June 2005, which was against Ukraine, just before the completion of the FIFA Confederations Cup that was held in Germany.

Putting a minor contribution to the Greece 2003/04 double triumph, he got to become a regular squad in the first XI the subsequent campaign and a outlying member of the Greece team, moving on to make a two 90-minute UEFA EURO 2008 qualifying appearances and one in the final game against Spain. He enjoyed a predominantly remarkable season in 2009/10, helping Panathinaikos to the domestic double and reaching 50 games in European competition. He also ended the campaign by appearing in all three matches for Greece at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. He appeared for Greece for 5 seasons in UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying.

 Despite his success at the club, Vyntra is intermittently examined for his lack of uniformity in defence. Nevertheless, Vyntra is nifty in the Panathinaikos back-line as he tries to shift between playing on the right side and the centre of defence. Having chosen to signify Greece instead of his birth country, Vyntra has gone on to cut for the national team on several heights. Normally his services have been engaged in the more natural right-back position, but his playing-time has only promoted through injuries to regular starters. With his occasional blunders, Vyntra faces the same inspection that surrounds him at Panathinaikos. It is his ability to perform when it matters that keeps him in the national team fold, as manager Otto Rehhagel has elected to remembrance Vyntra despite several self-destructive mistakes. Nevertheless, Vyntra is the best choice for the national team off the seat as his speed and dexterity remain useful for the Ethniki. Vyntra contributed his best efforts to his club to achieve Superleague Greece champion and Greek Cup winner twice: in 2004 and 2010.