Synonyms for pfc_sevastopol or Related words with pfc_sevastopol

fc_kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              fc_zakarpattia_uzhhorod              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              sc_tavriya_simferopol              fc_nyva_ternopil              fc_chornomorets_odessa              stal_alchevsk              enerhetyk_burshtyn              volyn_lutsk              fc_veres_rivne              tytan_armyansk              nyva_ternopil              chornomorets_odessa              desna_chernihiv              tavriya_simferopol              illichivets_mariupol              fc_zirka_kirovohrad              krystal_kherson              fc_vorskla_poltava              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              vorskla_poltava              zirka_kirovohrad              metalurh_zaporizhia              fc_metalurh_zaporizhia              fc_arsenal_kyiv              metalurh_zaporizhya              zorya_luhansk              obolon_kyiv              fc_fakel_voronezh              veres_rivne              chornomorets_odesa              borysfen_boryspil              kremin_kremenchuk              fc_zorya_luhansk              oleksandriya              bukovyna_chernivtsi              olimpik_donetsk              fc_dnipro_dnipropetrovsk              fc_bukovyna_chernivtsi              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              naftovyk_okhtyrka              na_kubani              fc_temp_shepetivka              nyva_vinnytsia              fc_cska_kyiv              dnipro_cherkasy              pfc_spartak_nalchik              prykarpattya_ivano_frankivsk              pfc_oleksandria              arsenal_kyiv             

Examples of "pfc_sevastopol"
Uzbek turned professional and played two games for PFC Sevastopol in the Ukrainian First League.
He currently plays for the club FC Kremin Kremenchuk. He used to play for PFC Sevastopol.
He played for Vorskla Poltava in the Ukrainian Premier League. He joined Vorskla Poltava from PFC Sevastopol
The club disbanded in 2002, founded a new club PFC Sevastopol who continued the tradition of football.
Mate Ghvinianidze (, born 10 December 1986 in Tbilisi) is a Georgian footballer. He played for PFC Sevastopol in Ukraine.
Oleksandr Zhabokrytskyy (); Aleksandr Zhabokritsky (); (born 29 January 1981 in Uman, Cherkasy Oblast, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union), is a Ukrainian-born Russian football midfielder currently playing for PFC Sevastopol.
Ervin Memetov () born 7 February 1990 in Shahrisabz, Uzbek SSR, Soviet Union, now Uzbekistan), is a Ukrainian footballer, currently playing for PFC Sevastopol-2.
Ivan Shyshkin born 16 September 1983 in Magdeburg, GDR, (now Germany), is a Ukrainian football midfielder currently playing for PFC Sevastopol.
Anatoli Aleksandrovich Skvortsov (; born 24 November 1976 in Sevastopol, Ukrainian SSR) is a Russian professional footballer. As of 2009, he plays for PFC Sevastopol.
Andriy Zborovskyi (; born 25 February 1986 in Simferopol, Soviet Union) is a Ukrainian football midfielder for PFC Sevastopol in the Ukrainian Premier League.
Denis Prychynenko (; born 17 February 1992) is a Ukrainian-German footballer who plays as a central defender for Beerschot Wilrijk. He previously played for Heart of Midlothian, Raith Rovers on loan, PFC Sevastopol, CSKA Sofia, Union Berlin, R.W.S. Bruxelles.
Anatoliy Kitsuta (born 22 December 1985 in Kiev, in the Ukrainian SSR of the Soviet Union) is a professional Ukrainian football defender who plays for FC Poltava on loan from PFC Sevastopol in the Ukrainian First League.
Yevhen Prokopenko () Yevgeny Prokopenko () born 13 September 1988 in Bakhchisaray Raion, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union (now Russia), is a Ukrainian-born Russian football midfielder currently playing for PFC Sevastopol.
"PFC Sevastopol-2 Sevastopol" after 21 games had a record of 2 wins, 4 draws and 15 losses scoring 17 goals and having 39 goals scored against them and were in 17th place in the standings.
Voronin began his playing career with FC Dynamo Kyiv's third team. He joined different clubs from the Ukrainian Second and First Leagues. In 2011 he signed a contract with PFC Sevastopol in the Ukrainian Premier League. Voronin made his Premier League debut entering as a second-half substitute against FC Shakhtar Donetsk on 3 March 2011.
On 15 June 2010 the 19-year-old Centre forward left FC Santos and joined Ukrainian club FC Dynamo Kyiv for €8 million. He made his debut for Kyiv in a Champions League Playoff Qualifier 1st leg match vs Ajax. André Felipe scored his first goal on 27 October against PFC Sevastopol. The result of that match was 1–2 for FC Dynamo Kyiv.
Lisovyi spent his career as a player in several different clubs of the Ukrainian First League and the Ukrainian Second League. In his later years, when he played for PFC Sevastopol, he was loaned from February 2011 to Belarusian club FC Belshina
Pryndeta began his playing career with FC BRV-VIK Volodymyr-Volynskyi youth team. Than in age 15 he joined FC Volyn Lutsk in the Ukrainian First League. He made his first team debut entering as a second-half substitute against PFC Sevastopol on 17 August 2008.
On 1 October 2010 he was again named as interim manager of Dynamo Kyiv after the resignation of Valery Gazzaev. The first match was lost 2–0 to Shakhtar Donetsk at Donbass Arena. After the 19th round match against PFC Sevastopol Luzhny informed the fans that he will not return after the winter break. He was replaced by Yuri Semin on 24 December 2010.
Bredun began his professional career with Ukrainian Premier League club Shakhtar Donetsk, spending most of his time on loan to other Ukrainian clubs. He joined PFC Sevastopol in 2010. In 2015 Bredun return to Sevastopol and participates in the Crimean championship.