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Doxa Katokopia (Greek: Δόξα Κατωκοπιάς) is a Cypriot football team from Katokopia in the Nicosia District. Since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Katokopia is under Turkish occupation, and the club moved to Peristerona, which is near Katokopia.


Doxa (which translates as Glory) promoted to First Division in 1998 for first time in their history, but after finishing 13th in the table (out of 14 teams) they were relegated. The following season, after finishing third in the Second division, they were promoted again in 2000 and this time, with the experience of their first participation, they achieved great success by managing to finish 11th and to remain in the First Division. They were relegated again in 2002 to become Second Division runners-up the following year. They competed again in the first division in the 2003–04 season where they finished last with only 1 win from 26 games and were thus automatically relegated. They were again promoted to the first division in 2007 and they have since avoided relegation. In their last four consecutive participations in First Division, they used as home ground the Makario Stadium. After 4 consecutive seasons in the First Division, a record for the club, they have been relegated back to the Second Division in 2011.
Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
2 Spain DF Juan Pina
3 Spain DF Pablo Suárez
4 Portugal DF Tiago Conceição
6 Greece DF Stefanos Siontis
7 Portugal MF Carlos André
8 Portugal MF Castanheira (Vice-Captain)
9 Cape Verde FW Toy
10 Portugal MF Ricardo Fernandes (Captain)
12 Cyprus GK Michalis Morfis
13 Portugal DF Carlos Marques
14 England DF Michael Weir
17 Cyprus DF Andreas Hadjigeorgiou
18 Serbia MF Semir Hadžibulić

No. Position Player
19 Cyprus MF Rafael Sofokleous
21 Cyprus DF Sozos Sozou
22 Cyprus FW Constantinos Christodoulou
23 Spain MF Jorge Troiteiro
25 Brazil DF João Leonardo
26 Ivory Coast MF Gaossou Fofana
30 Brazil GK Alexandre Negri (on loan from AEK Larnaca)
34 Brazil DF Leandro Silva
55 Portugal DF Abel Pereira
77 Nigeria FW Kabiru Akinsola (on loan from Granada CF)
94 Cyprus FW Stelios Constantinou
99 Ivory Coast MF Adama Bamba
On loan

Note: Flags indicate national team as has been defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
30 Spain GK Pulpo Romero (at AEK Larnaca until 30 June 2013)
5 Argentina MF Esteban Sachetti (at AEL Limassol until 30 June 2013)
44 Ivory Coast MF Lamine N'Dao (at Olympiakos Nicosia until 30 June 2013)

For recent transfers, see List of Cypriot football transfers winter 2012–13.
Notable former players

See also Doxa Katokopia players


Albania Geri Malaj


Angola Freddy
Angola Hélder Neto


Argentina Gonzalo Cabrera
Argentina Matías Escobar
Argentina Andrés Imperiale


Armenia Armen Ambartsumyan


Belgium Fangio Buyse


Brazil David
Brazil Edmar
Brazil Rodrigo
Brazil Serjão


Cameroon Nicolas Dikoume

Cape Verde

Cape Verde Ernesto
Cape Verde Mateus


Cyprus Georgios Eleftheriou
Cyprus Evagoras Hadjifrangiskou
Cyprus Giorgos Ioannidis
Cyprus Andreas Mavris
Cyprus Nikolas Nicolaou
Cyprus Loukas Stylianou

Michalis Charalambous


France Daniel Gomez


The Gambia Mustapha Kamal N'Daw


Greece Giorgos Kostis
Greece Dimitris Rizos


Hungary Zsolt Posza


Latvia Vits Rimkus


Nigeria Rasheed Alabi
Nigeria Lewis Aniweta
Nigeria Joseph Nwafor


Poland Piotr Kluzek


Portugal Carlos André
Portugal Henrique
Portugal Igor Pita
Portugal João Paulo
Portugal Júnior
Portugal Márcio Paiva
Portugal Marco Bicho
Portugal Margaça
Portugal Mario Silva
Portugal Milton
Portugal Nuno Rodrigues
Portugal Pedro Duarte
Portugal Pedro Pereira
Portugal Pedro Mendes
Portugal Rui Andrade
Portugal Saavedra


Serbia Zoran Milinković


Slovenia Oskar Drobne


Venezuela Raúl González


Cyprus Pambos Christodoulou (July 2006–June 10)
Cyprus Nikodimos Papavasiliou (July 2010–Jan 11)
Cyprus Marios Constantinou (June 2011–Nov 2012)
Cyprus Loukas Hadjiloukas (November 2012–)

External links

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