After a short spell with Harrow Borough FC where he played 20 games (4 goals - 9 assists), since his arrival back from Greece (end September 2014), he has managed to impress and make a step up to Conference football.
Bishop’s Stortford FC announced:
“Blues Nick another one
Rod Stringer has strengthened his midfield with the addition of Nick Salapatas from Harrow Borough.
Mainly used as a winger by the Ryman Premier strugglers, Salapatas made 20 appearances for them after joining in October and converted a penalty for them in their 2-1 loss at Hampton & Richmond.
Nick is available for today’s home game against Staines Town”.
Pitchero Non League wrote:
“Blues Make Second Midfield Signing
Following hot on the heels of the arrival of Nicky Nicolau, Rod Stringer, manager of Vanarama Conference South club...
....Bishop`s Stortford, has strengthened his midfield further with the addition of Nick Salapatas.
Twenty-five-year-old Salapatas joins the Blues from Ryman League Premier Division side Harrow Borough.
Salapatas started his career with Chelsea before going back to Greece to sign for Olympiakos.
He then had a short spell with Luton Town before returning to Greece to join Paniliakos and then Doxa Vyrona.
Mainly used as a winger by struggling Boro, Salapatas made twenty appearances for them after joining in October from Doxa and converted a penalty in their 2-1 loss at Hampton & Richmond Borough”.