Georgios Tofas (born 17 June 1989) is a Cypriot footballer currently playing for QPR. He can play in several positions behind the front two or as a forward, and wide on the left side of midfield. Tofas made his debut for Enosis Paralimniou first team at 15, he was then called into the Cyprus U16 squad. He made nine substitute appearances for Paralimni in the 2006–07 season. Aged 17 he signed for AEK Athens for two years, he went straight into the first team squad and trained with players like Rivaldo,where he impressed the then coach coach He then progressed to play for Cyprus at all levels up to U21, U16-U17-U19-U21. He was spotted playing mostly in AEK Athens U-21 team and went to Middlesborough in January 2009 and after a week’s trial was promptly offered a loan contract until the end of the season with a view to buy him, but this fell through. He then signed for Anorthosis in January with the same deal as he was offered at Middlesbrough; a loan until the end of the season. Tofas has also been called into the Cyprus National squad for the World Cup qualifiers in March. On 2 November 2010, Tofas signed for QPR on a deal until the end of the 2010/11 season.]He made his debut for QPR against Norwich City on 1 January 2011.

One Response to Cypriot Georgias Tofas has been released by QPR

  1. harry says:

    why? where is he goin

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