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Christos was born in the same hospital as his siblings in Thessalona. He was born to [[Nicholaus of Belfras|Nicholaus]], the Sovereign Prince of Belfras and to [[Beata Anicia]], from Latin nobility and is related to Duke [[George Anicius]] of Callatis. He is the youngest of four children - twins [[Victoria, Princess of Belfras|Victoria]] and [[Alexander, Hereditary Prince of Belfras|Alexander]], and [[George, Prince of Belfras|George]]. Despite being separated by two births, Christos and Victoria were almost inseparable through their childhoods and their mutual passion for sports was apparent from an early age. Whereas Victoria would eventually go off to become an accomplished {{wpl|cricket}} player, in interviews Christos indicated that he always preferred football.
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Christos was born in the same hospital as his siblings in Thessalona. He was born to [[Nicholaus of Belfras|Nicholaus]], the Sovereign Prince of Belfras and to [[Beata Anicia]], from Latin nobility and is related to Duke [[George Anicius]] of Callatis. He is the youngest of four children - twins [[Victoria, Princess of Belfras|Victoria]] and [[Alexander, Hereditary Prince of Belfras|Alexander]], and [[George, Prince of Belfras|George]]. Despite being separated by two births, Christos and Victoria were almost inseparable through their childhoods and their mutual passion for sports was apparent from an early age. While Victoria would eventually go on to become an accomplished medical pracitioner, Christos continued his passion for sports.
 
 
When speaking about being the child of nobility, Christos has said that it resulted in some bullying whilst attending school and in his youth football career, but stated that his father taught him the value of patience and level-headedness which helped him become a successful football player.
 
  
 
In 2016 Christos founded Free From Needles (FFN), an anti-narcotics charity organisation dedicated to helping drug addicts both remain healthy should they choose to maintain their addictions or to assist them through recovery. When announcing the charity, Christos mentioned that a child-hood friend of his - Demipho Victor, who had died from overdose three years earlier - was his inspiration to reach out and help those in similar situations. In an interview given later that year, he told Belfrasian News Network "Too many charity organisations turn a blind eyes to addicts who sadly decide to remain with their addiction rather than seeking the better route of recovery. Whilst it is in their best interest to recover and lead a healthy, safe life we must consider their health and protect them from harmful diseases by ensuring they are not forced to utilise found, questionable needles or to reuse old ones." A fund-raising event held in 2017 raised almost B$130 million for the charity, which critics attributed to 'nepotism and elitism coming together to make a child of Dimitrios look good'.
 
In 2016 Christos founded Free From Needles (FFN), an anti-narcotics charity organisation dedicated to helping drug addicts both remain healthy should they choose to maintain their addictions or to assist them through recovery. When announcing the charity, Christos mentioned that a child-hood friend of his - Demipho Victor, who had died from overdose three years earlier - was his inspiration to reach out and help those in similar situations. In an interview given later that year, he told Belfrasian News Network "Too many charity organisations turn a blind eyes to addicts who sadly decide to remain with their addiction rather than seeking the better route of recovery. Whilst it is in their best interest to recover and lead a healthy, safe life we must consider their health and protect them from harmful diseases by ensuring they are not forced to utilise found, questionable needles or to reuse old ones." A fund-raising event held in 2017 raised almost B$130 million for the charity, which critics attributed to 'nepotism and elitism coming together to make a child of Dimitrios look good'.

Revision as of 13:38, 14 July 2019

Prince Christos
Christos Dimitrios.png
Christos' official portrait for the National Football Team.
Born (1993-04-07) 7 April 1993 (age 26)
Thessalona, Belfras
Full name
Christos Phillippos Georgio Aunauros Skianmar Dimitrios
HouseDimitrios
FatherNicholaus
MotherBeata Anicia
Association football career
Height 5'9" (1.82 m)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current team
Orestes FC
Number 14
Youth career
2001 - 2010 West Mondria Football Academy
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2010 - 2013 Mondria United FC 64 (11)
2012Milltown City (loan) 5 (2)
2014- Orestes FC 182 (27)
National team
2011 - 2013  Belfras (U-20) 5 (3)
2013  Belfras (U-21) 2 (0)
2014 -  Belfras 74 (20)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Christos Dimitrios is a Belfrasian professional football Midfielder. He currently plays for Orestes FC in the Belfrasian Premier League. He is the son of Sovereign Prince Nicholaus, the ruling monarch of Belfras, and Beata Anicia, the sister of Duke George of Callatis.

Despite playing in a midfielder position, Christos has established himself as an opportunity creator for forwards and has scored one of the highest goal scores for the Belfrasian Premier League for a non-forward in the 2018/2019 season.

Personal Life

Christos was born in the same hospital as his siblings in Thessalona. He was born to Nicholaus, the Sovereign Prince of Belfras and to Beata Anicia, from Latin nobility and is related to Duke George Anicius of Callatis. He is the youngest of four children - twins Victoria and Alexander, and George. Despite being separated by two births, Christos and Victoria were almost inseparable through their childhoods and their mutual passion for sports was apparent from an early age. While Victoria would eventually go on to become an accomplished medical pracitioner, Christos continued his passion for sports.

In 2016 Christos founded Free From Needles (FFN), an anti-narcotics charity organisation dedicated to helping drug addicts both remain healthy should they choose to maintain their addictions or to assist them through recovery. When announcing the charity, Christos mentioned that a child-hood friend of his - Demipho Victor, who had died from overdose three years earlier - was his inspiration to reach out and help those in similar situations. In an interview given later that year, he told Belfrasian News Network "Too many charity organisations turn a blind eyes to addicts who sadly decide to remain with their addiction rather than seeking the better route of recovery. Whilst it is in their best interest to recover and lead a healthy, safe life we must consider their health and protect them from harmful diseases by ensuring they are not forced to utilise found, questionable needles or to reuse old ones." A fund-raising event held in 2017 raised almost B$130 million for the charity, which critics attributed to 'nepotism and elitism coming together to make a child of Dimitrios look good'.

Club Career

Mondria

Christos joined the his hometowns youth system, West Mondria Football Academy, in 2001 aged eight. He signed a professional contract with the Academy's parent club, Mondria United, on 5 April 2010. He made his first League Two appearance for the club as a second-half substitute on 20 October 2010 in a 3–0 home defeat to Orestes. He scored his first goal for the club on 8 November 2010 against Leandros in a 4–2 away win.

Milltown City (loan)

During the 2011 new-year transfer window, Christos was signed on a two-month loan deal with Milltown, a League Three side who were favourites for promotion in the 2011/2012 season. He made his debut in a 1–0 win against Lawgrange at home in the season's opening match and started in every League-match of the club until picking up leg fracture in a 4–3 defeat to West Tundra away. He was ruled out of further appearances for the rest of the season and subsequently released to return to Mondria United.

Return to Mondria

Ruled fit to start, Christos began appearing in the first team during the 2012/2013 season after missing the first three matches and appearing as a subsitute for the next two. His first full appearance was against Agrokrikos in which he scored two goals in the sides 5–0 home win and picked up man of the match.

Christos spent the majority of the season on the right side of midfield but played centrally during the last five matches after the career-ending injury to Astaphium Cato. Following the end of the 2013/2014 season he was listed as the Premier League's Player to Watch.

Orestes FC

On 5 January 2014 Christos became one of the 'shock transfers' of the window when he was transferred to Orestes FC for an undisclosed fee, thought to be between B$30 and B$40 million. He made his debut in Orestes' first match of the 2014/2015 season in a 2–2 draw against the newly promoted Milltown City, earning an assist with one of the goals. He scored his first goal for Orestes on 12 March 2014 against Syrta in the club's 1–0 away win, picking up man of the match

International Career

Youth Career

Christos made his debut for the Belfrasian Under 20's at age eighteen against Arthurista in a 2–1 away defeat in 2011. He appeared four more times for the Under 20 side scoring three goals, including one penalty in the side's 3–1 home win against Tarsas. He was named Belfras' Under 20 Player of the Year for a 90th minute goal that awarded his side a 2–1 away win against Latium that qualified them for the under 20's world cup in 2013.

Following a selection to appear for the Under 21's in 2013, he made two half-time substitution appearances and had a goal disallowed in a 5–1 friendly win over Enyama. His appearances for the side in the 2013 Nations League Cup was ended when the side ultimately dropped out of the group stages after a deciding game was lost on penalties, with Christos having his penalty shot saved by the Vannoisan goalkeeper.

Senior Career

On 5 March 2014 Christos was named on the Belfrasian National Team's 23-man squad for the 2014 World Cup in which he made all appearances, ultimately scoring in the side's 2–1 semi-final defeat to Ottonia.

Titles, styles, honors and arms

  • 7 April 1993 – present: His Highness Prince Christos

Honors

  •  Belfras Knight of the Order of Saint Julius

Foreign honors

Football honors

Orestes

  • BPL Runner-up: 2015, 2016
  • BPL Champions: 2017, 2018
  • Norumbian Cup runner-up: 2017
  • Norumbian Cup champions: 2018

National

Individual

  • BPL Goal of the Month: September 2014, April 2015, August 2017, December 2018
  • BPL 'Player-to-watch' 2013
  • Belfrasian Under 20 Player of the Year Award: 2013