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Viktor Fomin

Viktor Fomin
Personal information
Full nameViktor Trokhymovych Fomin
Date of birth(1929-01-13)13 January 1929
Place of birthSloviansk, Artemivska Okruha, USSR
Date of death29 December 2007(2007-12-29) (aged 78)
Playing positionStriker
Youth career
Lokomotiv Sloviansk
Senior career*
YearsTeamApps(Gls)
1948Stal Zhdanov
1949–1953Shakhtyor Stalino90(24)
1953–1959Dynamo Kyiv121(13)
1959–1960Arsenal Kyiv24(7)
1960Lokomotiv Vinnytsia8(1)
National team
1955, 1957USSR3(0)
Teams managed
1970Shakhtar Kadiyevka
1973Avanhard Sevastopol
1978Spartak Ivano-Frankivsk
1981SKA Kyiv (assistant)
1990Okean Kerch (director)
1991Okean Kerch
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Viktor Trokhymovych Fomin (Ukrainian: Віктор Троxимович Фомін, Russian: Виктор Трофимович Фомин; born 13 January 1929 in Sloviansk; died 29 December 2007) was a Ukrainian and Soviet football player. Mater of Sports of the USSR (1970). The first Ukrainian Player of the year (1950).

Honours

International career

Fomin made his debut for USSR on 26 June 1955 in an away friendly game against Sweden in Stockholm when he came out as substitute on the 41st minute (the Soviet Union won the game 6:0). He played in a 1958 FIFA World Cup qualifier, but was not selected to the final tournament squad. He also participated in the away game against Bulgaria (21 July 1955 USSR 4:0) and Finland at Dynamo Stadium in Moscow (27 July 1955 USSR 2:1). In Bulgaria he also came out as a substitute on the 25th minute while playing a full game against Finland. Fomin participated in one unofficial friendly on 27 February 1955 in India where the Soviet Union was victorious 3:0. He played all 90 minutes of play-time.

External links

  • (Russian) Profile

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