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Akhrik Tsveiba

 

Akhrik Tsveiba

Akhrik Tsveiba
Personal information
Full nameAkhrik Sokratovich Tsveiba
Date of birth (1966-09-10) September 10, 1966 (age 47)
Place of birthGudauta, Soviet Union
Height1.82 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing positionDefender (retired)
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1983–1984Dinamo Sukhumi
1984SKA Khabarovsk4(0)
1985–1989Dinamo Tbilisi79(0)
1990–1993Dynamo Kyiv79(3)
1993KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny11(0)
1994Qingdao Hainiu
1994–1996Gamba Osaka75(2)
1997Alania Vladikavkaz24(0)
1998Qianwei Huandao18(0)
1999–2000Uralan Elista44(1)
2001Dynamo Moscow11(0)
2001–2002AEK Larnaca
National team
1990–1991Soviet Union18(1)
1992CIS7(1)
1992Ukraine1(0)
1997Russia8(0)
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* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Akhrik Sokratovich Tsveiba (Russian: Ахрик Сократович Цвейба) (born September 10, 1966 in Gudauta, Abkhaz ASSR, Georgian SSR) is a retired Soviet association footballer.

His son Sandro Tsveiba is a professional footballer as well.

Career

Tsveiba started his career at FC Dinamo Sokhumi before playing regularly for FC Dinamo Tbilisi. In 1990 he left for FC Dynamo Kyiv, where he was nominated by the Ukraine. He then played briefly in Russia before signing with Gamba Osaka. He returned to Russia for FC Alania Vladikavkaz, where he was nominated by Russia. Tsveiba left for the Chinese team Shanghai Pudong, before spending his late career with the Russian teams Uralan Elista and Dynamo Moscow.

In 2009 he was part of the Russian squad that won the 2009 Legends Cup.

International career

He was a participant at Italia 90 for the Soviet Union, and at Euro 92 for the CIS. Tsveiba played for the Ukraine national team against Hungary in the third national match in August 1992.

He changed to play for Russia in 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifying.

Club career statistics

Club performance League Cup League Cup Total
Season Club League Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Soviet Union League Soviet Cup Federation Cup Total
1984 Dinamo Sukhumi 0 0 0 0
1984 Khabarovsk 4 0 4 0
1985 Dinamo Tbilisi Top League 0 0 0 0
1986 4 0 4 0
1987 23 0 23 0
1988 24 0 24 0
1989 28 0 28 0
1990 Dynamo Kyiv Top League 20 0 20 0
1991 24 1 24 1
Ukraine League Ukrainian Cup League Cup Total
1992 Dynamo Kyiv Premier League 9 0 9 0
1992/93 12 0 12 0
Russia League Russian Cup Premier League Cup Total
1993 KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny Top League 11 0 11 0
Japan League Emperor's Cup J. League Cup Total
1994 Gamba Osaka J. League 1 18 1 4 0 0 0 22 1
1995 40 1 0 0 - 40 1
1996 17 0 3 0 12 0 32 0
Russia League Russian Cup Premier League Cup Total
1997 Alania Vladikavkaz Top League 24 0 24 0
China PR League FA Cup League Cup Total
1998 Shanghai Pudong Jia-B League
Russia League Russian Cup Premier League Cup Total
1999 Uralan Elista Top Division 20 1 20 1
2000 24 0 24 0
2001 Dynamo Moscow Top Division 11 0 11 0
Country Soviet Union 127 1 127 1
Ukraine 21 0 21 0
Russia 90 1 90 2
Japan 75 2 7 0 12 0 94 3
China PR
Total 313 4 7 0 12 0 332 4

International career statistics

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Soviet Union national team
Year Apps Goals
1990 8 1
1991 10 0
Total 18 1
CIS national team
Year Apps Goals
1992 7 1
Total 7 1
Ukraine national team
Year Apps Goals
1992 1 0
Total 1 0
Russia national team
Year Apps Goals
1997 8 0
Total 8 0

External links

  • FIFA competition record
  • Akhrik Tsveiba at National-Football-Teams.com
  • Akhrik Tsveiba career stats by KLISF
  • Profile at RSSSF
  • http://www.weltfussball.de/spieler_profil/akhrik-tsveiba/
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