|Full name||Algimantas Liubinskas|
|Date of birth||4 November 1951|
|Place of birth||Kybartai, Lithuanian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|FC Kaisar (manager)|
|1973-1976||FK Žalgiris Vilnius|
|1983-1985||FK Žalgiris Vilnius|
|1988||Abahani Limited Dhaka|
|1995-1997||FK Kareda Kaunas|
|1997-1998||FK Panerys Vilnius|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Algimantas Liubinskas (born 4 November 1951 in Kybartai) is a Lithuanian politician and former manager of the Lithuania national football team and last time he is the head coach of FC Kaisar in the Kazakhstan Premier League.
At 31 years old, Liubinskas became the youngest ever coach of the Soviet Supreme League team Žalgiris Vilnius (which he coached from April 1983 to April 1985).
In 1992 he was named the manager of the Lithuanian national team. Despite wins against Slovenia and Ukraine in 1994 FIFA World Cup qualifiers, Liubinskas was fired in 1995 after an argument with the Lithuanian Football Federation. His next job saw him move back into club football as he won the 1996/97 Lithuanian title with FK Kareda Šiauliai, but subsequent spells at FK Panerys Vilnius, Ekranas Panevėžys, and Polish side Jagiellonia Bialystok were less successful. He returned to coaching in 2002, as Lithuania's Under-21 coach, and was handed the senior team job the following year. In this position, he replaced Benjaminas Zelkevičius, who had been Liubinskas' replacement in 1995. Liubinskas lasted five years as head manager before he resigned in 2008. Famous results during his second tenure include a 1-1 draw against Germany in Nuremberg, a 1-0 victory over Scotland in Kaunas, and a 1-1 draw in Naples against Italy. All three fixtures occurred during European Championship qualifiers.
Prior to his coaching career, Liubinskas played 62 games for Žalgiris Vilnius from 1973 until 1974.
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