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Munafo Matchworn Asteras Tripolis 2022/23 Home kit Medium

Munafo Matchworn Asteras Tripolis 2022/23 Home kit Medium

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Juan Munafo, the captain of Asteras Tripolis, played for 88' minutes before getting subbed with a yellow card in this game. This fanela has the official Stixoiman Superleague Patches and is one it was manufactured by Macron. On the lower tailoring there are hidden easter eggs referencing the club's culture.

He was born on March 20, 1988 and he is an Argentine midfielder currently playing for Asteras Tripolis in the Greek Super League, where he also serves as the team captain.

Munafo's professional journey commenced in July 2009 when he inked his first pro contract with Panthrakikos. He spent four seasons with Panthrakikos from 2009 to 2013 before moving to Asteras Tripolis for the subsequent two years. Later, on August 31, 2015, he rejoined his former club Platanias on a two-year deal for an undisclosed sum.

Asteras Tripolis officially confirmed Munafo's return on August 2, 2017, marking his comeback to the club after a hiatus of two seasons. During his initial stint with Asteras Tripolis from 2013 to 2015, Munafo showcased his skills in 83 appearances across various competitions. His familiarity with manager Staikos Vergetis from their previous tenure at Asteras Tripolis facilitated his smooth transition back to the team. Munafo's second spell with Asteras Tripolis commenced with a two-season contract, again for an undisclosed fee.

Munafo made significant contributions to Asteras Tripolis during the 2017-18 season, notably scoring his first goal on October 1, 2017, in a 2–0 home victory against AEK Athens. His impact continued as he netted an 88th-minute winner on November 4, 2018, securing a crucial 1–0 home win against Panathinaikos.

Here are some interesting facts about Asteras Tripolis:

  1. Establishment: Asteras Tripolis Football Club was founded in 1931 in Tripoli, Greece. Despite being one of the older football clubs in Greece, they gained significant prominence in the Greek football scene in recent years.

  2. Rise to Prominence: Asteras Tripolis has experienced a remarkable rise through the Greek football leagues in the 21st century. They climbed from the lower divisions to the Super League, Greece's top-tier football division, where they have become a consistent presence.

  3. Home Ground: The team plays their home matches at the Asteras Tripolis Stadium, also known as Theodoros Kolokotronis Stadium. It has a seating capacity of around 7,600 spectators.

  4. Success in Greek Cup: One of the notable achievements of Asteras Tripolis came in the 2012-2013 season when they reached the final of the Greek Football Cup for the first time in their history. Although they lost to Olympiacos in the final, it was a significant milestone for the club.

  5. European Competitions: Asteras Tripolis has participated in European competitions, including the UEFA Europa League. Their involvement in continental tournaments has helped raise their profile both domestically and internationally.

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