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- Georgios Efrem is a Cypriot International Attacking-Midfielder who plays mainly as a Winger. He is well-known as a tricky Winger with great ball-striking ability, who like to cut-inside from wide areas, despite the fact that he isn’t a very quick player for that position.
Efrem started his career as a youngster playing in the academy of his local club, Apollon Limassol, and in 2004 he joined the Arsenal FC academy, after a successful trial.
Even though he quickly became a regular for the Arsenal's Reserve team, Arsene Wenger was forced to release him because he felt that he had already too many attacking players in his squad.
After leaving Arsenal, Efrem moved to Scotland and he had short spells with Glasgow Rangers in 2007-08 and Dundee in 2009,
In the Summer of 2009, Efrem returned to Cyprus signing a long-term contract with AC Omonoia Nicosia, impressing everybody in his home country immediately.
Georgios was named "Young player of the Season" by the Cyprus FA in his first season and he won a Championship and two Cups during his time at Omonoia.
Despite being given the captain's armband at Omonoia for the 2013-14 Season, he refused to renew his contract there, seeking a move abroad.
Finally, after years of speculation, he made a highly controversial move to arch rivals, APOEL NIcosia, signing a three-year contract.
Efrem didn’t impress from day one at APOEL, struggling again with injuries and form, but later he proved that he is still a quality player, and in his second season there he regained the form that he showed in his early Omonoia days, becoming a crucial player for the team, and for the National team as well, becoming the first ever Cypriot player to score a hattrick in an official match for the National Team, with a hattrick that he scored against Andorra.