Ukraine

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NOTE: For the USSR years (1924-1991), I rate highly players that lived their peak years in actual Ukraine.

Squad:


Goalkeepers:

1 – Oleksandr Shovkovskiy – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 2000’s
14 – Yevhen Rudakov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 1970’s
23 – Viktor Bannikov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1960’s

Defenders:

4 – Mykhaylo Fomenko – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 1970’s & SH 1970’s
6 – Anatoliy Demyanenko – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 1980’s
8 – Vladimir Bessonov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
10 – Oleh Kuznetsov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
13 – Sergei Baltacha – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 1980’s
16 – Volodymyr Kaplychnyi – CSKA Moskva (Russia); Era: SH 1960’s & FH 1970’s (1) (2)
21 – Oleh Luzhny – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1990’s

Midfielders:

2 – Ivan Privalov – FKF / Rabis Kharkiv / Dínamo Kharkiv; Era: FH & SH 1920’s
3 – Viktor Kolotov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: FH 1970’s
5 – Yuriy Voynov © – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1950’s
9 – Oleksandr Zavarov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
12 – Volodymyr Muntyan – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1960’s & FH 1970’s
15 – Oleksiy Mykhaylychenko – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
17 – Leonid Buryak – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1970’s
20 – Viktor Serebryanikov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1950’s

Fowards:

7 – Andriy Shevchenko – AC Milan (Italy); Era: FH 2000’s
11 – Oleh Blokhin ★ – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1970’s
18 – Oleh Protasov – Dnipro / FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
19
– Igor Belanov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1980’s
22 – Serhiy Rebrov – FC Dínamo Kiev; Era: SH 1990’s

Line-up:


 

RUDAKOV

BESSONOV – KUZNETSOV – BALTACHA – DEMYANENKO

KOLOTOV – VOYNOV – MUNTYAN

ZAVAROV

SHEVCHENKO – BLOKHIN

Manager:

ukraineValery Lobanovski – Era: SH 1980’s



NOTE:

(1)Volodymyr Kaplychnyi was in the 43th position in the “Glories of Ukrainian Football – Legendary Footballers”, published by “Ukrainian Football” in 2014;
(2)Volodymyr Kaplychnyi was the 18th ukrainian player of the century by the “Football Collection Photographers of Ukraine” in 2001;



UPDATED AT: 24 – 01 – 2019

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9 thoughts on “Ukraine”

    1. There are Belanov, Shevchenko, Protasov, Blokhin, Rebrov and Ponomaryov. TBH I don’t see Byshovets an interessing choice.

      But if you recommend him, he can go to Dinamo Kiev, replacing Osnichenko.

  1. Meus 23
    Goleiros 1 Shovkovskiy, 12 Rudakov e 23 Bannikov

    Defensores 20 Kuznetsov, 5 Baltacha, 2 Bessonov, 6 Demyanenko, 13 Fomenko, 3 Kaplichnyi e 22 Luzhnyi

    Meio campo 4 Tymoshchuk, 14 Muntyan, 21 Mikhaylichenko, 8 Voinov, 15 Kolotov, 9 Zavarov, 16 Voronin e 17 Buryak

    Atacantes 7 Shevchenko, 11 Blokhin, 10 Belanov, 18 Protasov e 19 Rebrov

    1. Formação

      Shovkovskiy

      Bessonov
      Kuznetsov
      Baltacha
      Demyanenko

      Tymoshchuk
      Muntyan
      Mikhaylichenko
      Voinov

      Shevchenko
      Blokhin

    2. Tymoshchuk não me convence. Porque não Konkov? Ele aparece tantas vezes nos melhores 33 do campeonato soviético.

      Acho que houve um erro no teclado do seu computador porque no melhor XI querias escrever “Rudakov” mas saiu “Shovkovskiy”. Tens que ver isso.

      1. Posso colocar o Kolotov de titular. Já no gol tenho uma pequena preferência pelo Shovkovskiy. Vou analisar mais aprofundamente à respeito

  2. As right defender Luzhny much better then Bessonov, who is widly considered very multifunction player, but not the best right defender.
    Rats- was great when he was playing as left midfielder, when on back side he had Demyanenko.
    It is not so easy to understand why Ponomaryov is here? He was a hero in Torpedo Moscow. You should to take into consideration that Voynov and Kolotov are not really born in Ukraine but they are one of the best Dynamo Kiev players for all time.
    Byshovets was injured in quite football age(around 27 years old?) he was one of the most talented player. He was a leader of Soviet Union team at the World Cup-1970.
    I would prefer him in the team and I would drop Ponomaryov for him.
    We can talk about twins when we are talking about Blokhin- Buryak and Belanov-Zavarov, Protasov-Litovchenko.
    Konkov was good as central defender as well.
    Dinamo Kiev – 1966-68 is one of the great team in all Soviet Union history(Sabo, Biba, Khmelnitsky, Serebryanikov, Byshovets, Muntyan, Rudakov….)

    1. Again in Russia I will update the team in nexts weeks.

      And Ponomaryov will be out for sure.

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