Synonyms for torpedo_lutsk or Related words with torpedo_lutsk

novator_zhdanov              spartak_zhytomyr              okean_kerch              atlantyka_sevastopol              mayak_kharkiv              dynamo_irpin              zirka_kirovohrad              zakarpattia_uzhhorod              chaika_sevastopol              tytan_armyansk              bukovyna_chernivtsi              avanhard_rivne              desna_chernihiv              dnipro_cherkasy              krystal_kherson              naftovyk_okhtyrka              polissya_zhytomyr              enerhiya_nova_kakhovka              stal_alchevsk              kryvbas_kryvyi_rih              dnister_ovidiopol              shakhtar_pavlohrad              ros_bila_tserkva              lokomotyv_smila              torpedo_zaporizhia              sudnobudivnyk_mykolaiv              naftovyk_ukrnafta_okhtyrka              halychyna_drohobych              karpaty_mukacheve              enerhetyk_burshtyn              ska_kyiv              smila_fc              avanhard_rovenky              vahonobudivnyk_stakhanov              shakhtar_horlivka              hirnyk_sport_komsomolsk              oskil_kupyansk              hazovyk_komarne              podillya_khmelnytskyi              olkom_melitopol              kremin_kremenchuk              veres_rivne              nyva_berezhany              metalurh_nikopol              borysfen_boryspil              khimik_severodonetsk              torpedo_melitopol              naftovyk_dolyna              nyva_vinnytsia              elektron_romny             



Examples of "torpedo_lutsk"
As a midfielder used to play for FC Karpaty Lviv (reserves), SCA Lviv, FC Spartak Ordzhinikidze, and FC Torpedo Lutsk.
Aleksandr Alekseyevich Yeshchenko (; born May 5, 1970) is a retired Russian professional footballer. He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1987 for FC Torpedo Lutsk.
Luzhny first played for Ukrainian clubs Torpedo Lutsk (1985–88) and SKA Karpaty Lviv (1988). He signed for Dynamo Kyiv in 1989 and became a regular at right back, winning the USSR domestic double in 1990 and seven consecutive Ukrainian league titles between 1993 and 1999. He was the captain of Dynamo Kyiv's Champions League sides that defeated FC Barcelona 3–0 at home and 4–0 away in the group stage of the 1997–98 season and eliminated holders Real Madrid 3–1 on aggregate in the quarter finals en route to the semi-finals in 1998–99.
His professional career Starochak started at the Lviv army club, SKA Lvov (Soviet First League) which merged with FC Karpaty Lviv. Later he played briefly for Torpedo Lutsk and Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk before moving to Metalurh Zaporizhia. In the Soviet Top League he played total of 31 games and scored two goals. Until 1992 Storchak played in Ukraine, but soon after the start of the 1992-93 season he transferred to Russia in 1992 where its season was coming to a close. In Russia Storchak stayed until 1996 switching two clubs (FC Asmaral Moscow and FC Sokol Saratov. In 1996 he came back to Zaporizhia where he played until 1997 (FC Torpedo Zaporizhia). In the beginning of 1998 Storchak moved to Moldova for half of season (FC Tiraspol). Later same year he came back to Ukraine (MFC Mykolaiv). In 2000-2001 Storchak played for lower league teams such as SSSOR Metalurh Zaporizhia and ZAlK Zaporizhia (amateurs).