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- Pieros Sotiriou is a promising Cypriot forward, who started his career at Olympiacos Nicosia in 2009.
The Cypriot International scored his first Cypriot top-flight goal in September 2011 against his current club, APOEL Nicosia.
In the next two seasons he went on to become a regular for Olympiacos mainly as a winger, a position which is thought to fit his style the most, although he constantly says that his primary position is the Center-Forward position.
Pieros received interest from various foreign clubs like Sheffield Wednesday and Benfica, and he also trialled at the Portuguese giants.
Halfway through the 2012-13 Season, Pieros put pen-to-paper on a new long-term deal with Olympiacos Nicosia.
However, few weeks after his renewal with Olympiacos, Sotiriou signed a pre-contract agreement with APOEL Nicosia, the team he supported as a child, for the next season, with the deal costing APOEL €70,000.
Even though he couldn't help Olympiacos Nicosia avoid relegation, at the end of the season he was named "Cyprus Young player of the season".
In his first season with APOEL he started-off very well playing more than ten games in the first half of the season, including many appearances in the Europa League, however he missed most of the second half of the season due to injuries.
In his second season, he was getting more and more games, scoring 4 crucial goals until Christmas and establishing himself as a First-Team player. However, in the second half of the season, he suffered again from injuries and as a result he wasn't able of keeping his position as a first-eleven player.
Pieros is a regular for the Cyprus National Team squad, without scoring a goal in his first two years in the team.
He is well-known for his athleticism, his work ethic and his pace.