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In November 2008, Kablash signed for
Prior to the start of the season "
" moved their operations to Odesa and renamed themselves to FC Odesa.
Teams that applied to the 2001-02 Second League discontinuing their further participation in the competition: SKA-Orbita Lviv, Stal Dniprodzerzhynsk, and
Denys Kolchin (; born 13 October 1977 in Odessa, Ukraine) is a former professional Ukrainian football defender who last played for FC
and is now coaching another club from Black Sea region Zhemchuzhyna Odessa.
Oleh Kovalenko (born 11 April 1988) is a Ukrainian professional footballer, who plays for FC Real Pharm Yuzhne in the Ukrainian Second League. He plays the position of midfielder or striker. His former clubs include FC Helios Kharkiv, FC
and FC Pärnu Vaprus in Estonian Meistriliiga.
Nyemchaninov's first professional club was Dynamo Kyiv, but he did not play any matches for the main squad. Next he was close for signing contract with FC
in the Ukrainian First League. He made his debut in the Ukrainian Premier League for FC Volyn on 14 July 2013, playing in a match against FC Dynamo Kyiv.
Initially FC Luzhany (town of Luzhany, Chernivtsi Oblast) was set to participate in the competition, but was eventually replaced by FC Volyn-Tsement Zdolbuniv. On March 1, 2010 it was decided to suspend the competition due to a lack of funds. The clubs FC
, PFC Oleksandria, and FC Arsenal Bila Tserkva were represented in the competition by their junior teams (doubles). Several clubs officially quit the competition (FC Khodak Cherkasy, FC
, PFC Olexandria), while FC Dnipro-75 Dnipropetrovsk was excluded from the Professional Football League due to unpaid debts. The Rivne Oblast clubs (Veres and Volyn) and Teplovyk Yuzhnoukrainsk informed the PFL during the winter break of their unwillingness to continue in the competition.
He moved up to the first team during the 2009-10 season, making his debut, at the age of 20, in a 6-1 Ukrainian Cup win against
(now called FC Odesa). He made his league debut for the club 16 days later, coming as a substitute on 31 August in a 3-1 victory over Zorya Luhansk. His first goal for Shakhtar came in the following round of the Ukrainian Cup in a 3-1 victory over Yednist' Plysky. He also set up the third goal of the match for Oleksandr Gladkiy. Rakytskiy scored his second goal of the season in a 4-1 group stage win over Partizan Belgrade in the Europa League. He ended his first season in the Shakhtar first team with 37 appearances, of which 24 came in the league, and 2 goals. He picked his first trophy at Shakhtar, with the team winning the league.
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