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Yuriy Voynov

Yuriy Voynov
Personal information
Full nameYuriy Mykolayovych Voynov
Date of birth(1931-11-29)29 November 1931
Place of birthKalininsky, Moscow Oblast, USSR
Date of death22 April 2003(2003-04-22) (aged 71)
Place of deathKiev, Ukraine
Playing positionMidfielder
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1949–1950Kalinin Plant
1951–1955Zenit98(5)
1956–1964Dynamo Kyiv176(22)
National team
1954USSR23(2)
Teams managed
1963Dynamo Kyiv (assistant)
1964–1967Chornomorets
1967–1969Sudnobudivnyk
1969–1970Shakhtar
1970Chornomorets
1970–1972Budivelnyk
1972–1973Metalist
1976–1977SKA Kyiv
SC Chernihiv
1978–1979Sudnobudivnyk
1992Temp
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Yuriy Mykolayovych Voynov (Ukrainian: Юрій Миколайович Войнов, Russian: Юрий Николаевич Войнов; 29 November 1931 in Kalininsky, Moscow Oblast – 22 April 2003 in Kiev) was a Soviet football player and manager of Russian origin. He resided in Ukraine since moving to Kiev in 1956 (almost 50 years).

Honours

International career

He earned 23 caps for the USSR national football team, and represented the country in the 1958 FIFA World Cup and the 1960 European Nations' Cup, where the USSR were crowned the first ever European champions.

External links

  • Profile (Russian)

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