born in Thessaloniki in 1956, had his first
contact with Volleyball at the age of 15 in the
club of CHANTH (XANO). Floros was a member of
the national junior menís team from 1975 and the
national team as a setter, playing 83 matches.
In 1984, Floros undertook the coaching of the
development center for the national womenís team
in Thessaloniki and two months later succeeded
Dionysis Merkatis as the head coach. He led the
team to their first ever qualification for the
European Championship finals in 1985. But his
greatest successes were reaching the 1991
European Championship semifinals and capturing a
place in the Mediterranean Games, in Greece in
1991. That same year he withdrew from the team
to coach at club level for five years.
His return as coach of the national team in 1999
saw Greece reach the final phase of the 2001
European Championship and the finals of the 2002
World Championships in Germany for the first
time ever, where they finished 10th amongst 24
teams. After being replaced by Giannis Nikolakis
in December, 2003, Floros returned in July for
his third time in charge.