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Argyriou on trial at Scotland’s Rangers
- Updated: August 19, 2012
Greek defender Anestis Argyriou is on trial at Scottish side Rangers FC as the 24-year-old looks to make the move that former AEK Athens team-mate Pantelis Kafes nearly made earlier this summer.
Released by AEK last month in order to help the club reduce its wage-bill, Argyriou has found a new opportunity in Glasgow as Rangers, who were relegated to Scottish football’s Third Division after going into administration, look to rebuild their reputation.
Argyriou joined AEK after impressing at Panthrakikos, but after just 13 appearances in two seasons with the Enosi, it became evident that the defender was a surplus to requirements. Looking for a fresh start, Argyriou targets a move abroad for the first time after stints in Veria, Thrace and Athens to start his career.