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MTZ-RIPO Minsk
FC MTZ-RIPO crest
Full name Football Club MTZ-RIPO Minsk
Founded 2002
Ground Traktor Stadium, Minsk
(Capacity: 17,600)
Chairman Belarus Mikhail Yuferev
Manager Belarus Sergey Tsykalo
League Belarusian Premier League
2009 11th
Home colours
Away colours

FC MTZ-RIPO Minsk (Belarusian: ФК МТЗ-РІПА) is a Belarusian Premier League football team, part of Russian-Lithuanian businessman Vladimir Romanov's soccer holding which also includes Scottish Premier League club Hearts and Lithuanian A Lyga champion FBK Kaunas. The club made their top flight debut in 2004.

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History

The club was founded in 2002 as a merger of two Minsk teams from the Second League - FC Traktor Minsk, a club with a 55-year history, and Trudovye Rezervy-RIPO, a football academy-based team which only spent one season in the Second League. The merge allowed the new team to have their own football school to recruit young players from as well as financial supply from the Minsk Tractor Works, the main sponsor of Traktor Minsk.

MTZ-RIRO Minsk started playing in the Second League in 2002. In their first season the team finished first, and then did the same in the First League in 2003. Since 2004 they play in Belarusian Premier League.

Recently the team announced a name change before the start of 2009 season. The new name will be announced in late January 2010.[1]

Season League Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes Manager
2002 3D 1 24 22 2 0 102 21 68 Promoted
2003 2D 1 30 22 4 4 63 15 70 2nd Round Promoted
2004 1D 15 30 6 9 15 32 56 27 3rd Round Relegation Playoff
2005 1D 3 26 16 1 9 43 30 49 Winner UEFA Cup
2006 1D 4 26 16 3 7 54 24 51 3rd Round UEFA Intertoto Cup
2007 1D 5 26 11 9 6 32 25 42 Quarterfinals
2008 1D 3 30 17 6 7 65 37 57 Winner UEFA Cup

Achievements

2005, 2008

FC MTZ-RIPO in Europe

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2005/06 UEFA Cup 1QR Hungary Ferencváros Budapest 1-2 2-0
2QR Czech Republic FK Teplice 1-1 1-2
2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Kazakhstan Shakhtyor Karaganda 1-3 5-1
2R Russia FC Moskva 0-1 0-2
2008-09 UEFA Cup 1QR Slovakia MŠK Žilina 2-2 0-1
2009-10 UEFA Europa League 1QR Montenegro Sutjeska Nikšić 2-1(aet) 1-1
2QR Ukraine FC Metalurh Donetsk 1-2 0-3

Current squad

As of April, 2009.

No. Position Player
1 Belarus GK Alyaksandr Sulima
2 Belarus DF Alyaksandr Skshynetski
3 Belarus DF Alyaksandr Stashchanyuk
4 Bosnia and Herzegovina DF Dilaver Zrnanović
6 Guinea MF Aboubacar Camara
7 Georgia (country) MF Givi Kvaratskhelia
8 Belarus MF Alyaksandr Talkanitsa
9 Belarus FW Mihail Harnak
10 Belarus FW Vital Lyadzyanyow
11 Belarus MF Dzmitry Shchagrykovich
13 Belarus DF Ihar Maltsaw
No. Position Player
14 Belarus MF Ivan Sitko
15 Belarus DF Maksim Vitus
16 Belarus DF Mikalay Asipovich
17 Belarus DF Aleh Popel
19 Belarus FW Dzmitry Kharytonchyk
20 Belarus MF Ivan Maewski
21 Brazil MF Rafael Ledesma
23 Belarus MF Anton Bubnow
25 Belarus MF Mihail Eramchuk
26 Belarus GK Filip Vaytehavich
30 Belarus GK Dennis Dechko

Notable players

Managers

External links

References

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FC MTZ-RIPO (Belarusian: ФК МТЗ-РІПА) is a Belarusian Premier League football team (formerly known as FC Traktor and FC MTZ), part of Russian-Lithuanian businessman Vladimir Romanov's soccer holding which also includes Scottish Premier League club Hearts and Lithuanian A Lyga champion FBK Kaunas. The club made their top flight debut in 2004.

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History

Established in 1947 during building of Minsk Traktor Plant (MTZ) as a sport section for construction workers (including German POW) and later for local factory personnel. This sport section was transformed to a professional football team in 1948.

Recently announced a possible name change before the start of next season (2009).

Season League Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Cup Notes Manager
2002 3D 1 242220 1022168 Promoted
2003 2D 1 302244 631570 2nd Round Promoted
2004 1D 15 306915 325627 3rd Round Relegation Playoff
2005 1D 3 261619 433049 Winner UEFA Cup
2006 1D 4 261637 542451 3rd Round UEFA Intertoto Cup
2007 1D 5 261196 322542 Quarterfinals
2008 1D 3 30 17 6 7 6537 57 Winner UEFA Cup

Achievements

  • Byelorussian Soviet Socialist Republic Champion: 2
1948, 1949
2005, 2008

FC MTZ-RIPO in Europe

As of December, 2008.

Season Competition Round Club Home Away
2005/06 UEFA Cup 1QR Ferencváros Budapest 1-2 2-0
2QR FK Teplice 1-1 1-2
2006 UEFA Intertoto Cup 1R Template:Country data Kazakhstan Shakhtyor Karaganda 1-3 5-1
2R FC Moskva 0-1 0-2
2008-09 UEFA Cup 1QR MSK Zilina 2-2 0-1
2009-10 UEFA Europa League 1QR Sutjeska Nikšić 2-1 1-1

Current squad

As of April, 2009.

No. Position Player
1 Template:Country data BLR GK Alyaksandr Sulima
2 Template:Country data BLR DF Alyaksandr Skshynetski
3 Template:Country data BLR DF Alyaksandr Stashchanyuk
4 Template:Country data BIH DF Dilaver Zrnanović
6 Template:Country data GUI MF Aboubacar Camara
7 Template:Country data GEO MF Givi Kvaratskhelia
8 Template:Country data BLR MF Alyaksandr Talkanitsa
9 Template:Country data BLR FW Mihail Harnak
10 Template:Country data BLR FW Vital Lyadzyanyow
11 Template:Country data BLR MF Dzmitry Shchagrykovich
13 Template:Country data BLR DF Ihar Maltsaw
14 Template:Country data BLR MF Ivan Sitko
No. Position Player
15 Template:Country data BLR DF Maksim Vitus
16 Template:Country data BLR DF Mikalay Asipovich
17 Template:Country data BLR DF Aleh Popel
18 Template:Country data BLR MF Dzmitry Kharytanovich
19 Template:Country data BLR FW Dzmitry Kharytonchyk
20 Template:Country data BLR MF Ivan Maewski
21 Template:Country data BRA MF Rafael Ledesma
23 Template:Country data BLR MF Anton Bubnow
25 Template:Country data BLR MF Mihail Eramchuk
26 Template:Country data BLR GK Filip Vaytehavich
30 Template:Country data BLR GK Dzyanis Dzyachko
31 Template:Country data BLR FW Mikalay Ryndzyuk

Notable players

Managers

External links

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