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Adamas Golodets

Adamas Golodets
Personal information
Full nameAdamas Solomonovich Golodets
Date of birth(1933-03-28)March 28, 1933
Place of birthMoscow, Soviet Union
Date of deathApril 7, 2006(2006-04-07) (aged 73)
Place of deathMoscow, Russia
Height1.67 m (5 ft 6 in)
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
1954–1957FC Dynamo Moscow9(2)
1958–1959FC Dynamo Kyiv42(16)
1960–1964Neftyanik Baku126(29)
Teams managed
1965Neftyanik Baku (assistant)
1966–1967FC Lokomotiv Moscow (assistant)
1968–1972FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1977–1978FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1980–1984FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1985FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1986–1989FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1989–1991FC Dynamo-2 Moscow
1991–1993FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1992–1994FC Dynamo Moscow (reserves assistant)
1993FC Dynamo Moscow (caretaker)
1994–1995FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1995–1998FC Dynamo Moscow
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Adamas Solomonovich Golodets (Russian: Адамас Соломонович Голодец; March 28, 1933 in Moscow – April 7, 2006 in Moscow) was a Soviet football player and manager, who played forward for Neftchi Baku PFC, FC Dynamo Moscow, and FC Dynamo Kiev between 1954 and 1964. He later was a manager for Dynamo Moscow as well from 1995–98. He was classified as a Master of Sport of the USSR in 1959.

External links

  • Career info on KLISF

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