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Sergei Yuran
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Personal information
Full name Sergei Nikolayevich Yuran
Date of birth June 11, 1969 (1969-06-11) (age 40)
Place of birth    Luhansk, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union
Height 1.84 m (6 ft +12 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current club Lokomotiv Astana (head coach)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1989–1991
1991–1994
1994–1995
1995
1996
1996–1997
1997–1999
1999
1999–2001
Dynamo Kyiv
Benfica
FC Porto
Spartak Moscow
Millwall
Fortuna Düsseldorf
VfL Bochum
Spartak Moscow
Sturm Graz
Total
031 (15)
063 (19)
023 0(4)
008 0(2)
013 0(1)
016 0(5)
027 0(5)
017 0(3)
026 0(6)
224 (60)   
National team
1990–1991
1992
1992–1999
USSR
CIS
Russia
012 0(2)
003 0(0)
025 0(5)
Teams managed
2003
2003
2004
2006
2006
2007–2008
2008
2009—
FC Spartak Moscow (reserves)
FC Spartak Moscow (assistant)
Dynamo Stavropol
FC Ditton
FC TVMK
Shinnik Yaroslavl
FC Khimki
Lokomotiv Astana

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Sergei Nikolayevich Yuran (Russian: Сергей Николаевич Юран) (born June 11, 1969 in Luhansk, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian-Russian football coach and a former striker.

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Career

At club level he played in six different countries. After his playing career abruptly ended in 2001 following a skull injury, he became a manager[1].

Playing career

1985 Soviet Union Zorya Voroshilovgrad Second League 3rd level 01/0
1986 Soviet Union Zorya Voroshilovgrad Second League 3rd level 19/4
1987 Soviet Union Zorya Voroshilovgrad First League 2nd level 35/6
1988 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv Top League 1st level 00/0
1989 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv Top League 1st level 00/0
1990 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv Top League 1st level 13/9
1991 Soviet Union Dynamo Kyiv Top League 1st level 18/6
1991-92 Portugal Benfica Portuguese Liga 1st level 21/7
1992-93 Portugal Benfica Portuguese Liga 1st level 22/8
1993-94 Portugal Benfica Portuguese Liga 1st level 20/4
1994-95 Portugal Porto Portuguese Liga 1st level 23/4
1995 Russia Spartak Top League 1st level 08/2
1995-96 England Millwall First Division 2nd level 16/1
1996-97 Germany Fortuna Fußball-Bundesliga 1st level 16/5
1997-98 Germany Bochum Fußball-Bundesliga 1st level 23/4
1998-99 Germany Bochum Fußball-Bundesliga 1st level 04/1
1999 Russia Spartak Top League 1st level 18/3
1999-00 Austria Sturm Austrian Football Bundesliga 1st level 11/3
2000-01 Austria Sturm Austrian Football Bundesliga 1st level 15/3

* - played games and goals

Coaching career

His first experience in coaching was assistant manager position under Andrey Chernyshov in Spartak Moscow, 2003. After three months, Chernyshov and his assistants were fired from Spartak. In 2004 Yuran managed Dynamo Stavropol. After a brief spell with Latvian side FC Ditton from January to May 2006,[2] Yuran was appointed as manager of Estonian champions FC TVMK in July 2006,[3] but in December he unexpectedly left the team.[4] Soon, he took charge at the First Division side Shinnik Yaroslavl, aiming to win promotion to the Premier League.[5] Since summer of 2008 Sergey Yuran was head coach of FC Khimki,[6] he was fired on 2 December 2008, despite the fact that the club managed to stay in Russian Football Premier League.

International

He was capped by the USSR, and, despite being born in Ukraine and was honored as the best Ukrainian footballer, he chose to represent Russia after the breakup of the USSR. In 2009 he was part of the Russia squad that won the 2009 Legends Cup.

Honours

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Individual

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