Greek Australian Emmanuel Pavlis signs with GD Chaves in Portugal

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By Bill Roumeliotis.

Greek Australian Emmanuel Pavlis has signed with 1st division Portuguese football club, Grupo Desportivo de Chaves (commonly known as GD Chaves).

In a statement on Facebook, GD Chaves wrote that Pavlis is a “fast winger, with a lot of room for development.”

The 19-year-old used to play for the Sydney Olympic FC junior league and has played internationally with the Under 17 national team of Australia.

Pavlis has also competed with Apollon Larissa, Kallithea and Aigaleo, as well as in the academies of Olympiakos.

In a post on Twitter, Pavlis wrote that he is “happy” to have signed with his new club and he is “looking forward to the new challenge ahead.”

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