Defender Johnny Koutroumbis
- Height 183cm
- Weight 73kg
- D.O.B. 6/3/98
- Born Adelaide
18. An NPL South Australia player who was given a shot in the top flight, Koutroumbis is a versatile player with plenty of pace.
Initially signed as an injury replacement from West Adelaide as an 18-year-old back in 2016, Koutroumbis has flitted between the defence and the midfield during his time with the club.
The highlight of his time so far at the Newcastle Jets would be his Goal of the Month winner back in December 2017: a strike from outside the box to opening the scoring against Western Sydney.
Koutroumbis made his professional debut for the Newcastle Jets back in 29 October 2016, in a 2-0 loss to Sydney FC and has since become a pivotal figure in the squad roster.
Mostly being deployed in the defensive line, Koutroumbis offers composure while under threat from opposing attackers and can put in clinical challenges down his preferred right channel.
QUESTION AND ANSWER:
What is your hidden talent... Call of Duty
If you weren't a footballer what would you do... Gardening or carpentry
Favourite childhood footballing memory... Manchester Cup U15
Untidiest teammate... Angus Thurgate
Best dressed... Liridon or Duncan
Worst dressed... Topor-Stanley
What is your go-to karaoke song... Bohemian rhapsody
If you could have any two dinner guests dead or alive, who would they be... Elvis Presley and Bill gates
If you were down to your last $20 what would you spend it on and why … A Zinger Burger Box
Favourite food... Basticho
Sauce goes in the cupboard or the fridge... Fridge
Favourite sport other than football... AFL
What are three things on your bucket list... Travel, skydive and meet my family in Greece.
Olyroos: Young Jets help seal qualification
Our Australia U/23's side qualified for the 2020 AFC U/23 Championships after a tight draw with South Korea on Tuesday night. Three Jets ? Ivan Vujica, Johnny Koutroumbis, and Joey Champness ? have been in Cambodia for the series of qualifiers plus two friendlies. The resul
Olyroos: U/23s set to kick off tonight
After spending more than a week in camp in Malaysia, the Australia U/23s side will get their AFC U/23 Championship Qualification campaign underway tonight. Three young Newcastle Jets representatives have been in camp as a part of a potential Tokyo 2020 Olyroos side ? Johnny Ko
Extension: Koutroumbis a Jet until 2021/22
The Newcastle Jets are delighted to announce that inspirational defender, Johnny Koutroumbis has signed a contract extension. The new deal, which will see Koutroumbis remain at the Club until at least the end of the Hyundai A-League 2021/22 season, coming off the back of his r
Olyroos: Three young Jets headed to Canberra
Three Jets youngsters will spend time in Canberra early next week, looking to impress Australia boss, Graham Arnold. On the line is a spot in the Olyroos squad, who will have to jump through a number of hoops to earn the right to compete at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The firs
Koutroumbis unavailable due to illness
The Newcastle Jets can confirm that defender, Johnny Koutroumbis will be unavailable for an extended period due to illness. Koutroumbis has been diagnosed with Stage 1 Thyroid Cancer and underwent surgery on Monday, and will now begin further treatment under the close supervis