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|Full name||Igor Vladimirovich Korneev|
|Date of birth||4 September 1967|
|Place of birth||Moscow, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|2009–2012||Zenit Saint Petersburg (td)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Igor Vladimirovich Korneev (Russian: Игорь Владимирович Корнеев) (born 4 September 1967, in Moscow) is a former association footballer who played midfielder. Since 2002 he also holds Dutch citizenship. He last worked as a technical director of Zenit Saint Petersburg.
On the club level, Korneev has played for PFC CSKA Moscow (1987–91), RCD Espanyol (1991–94), FC Barcelona (1994–95), SC Heerenveen (1995–97), Feyenoord Rotterdam (1997–2002), NAC Breda (2002–2003). Korneev was named Russian Footballer of the Year in 1991. He retired after the 2002 season with NAC Breda.
|1987||CSKA||Top League 1st level||19/3|
|1988||CSKA||First League 2nd level||37/13|
|1989||CSKA||First League 2nd level||38/14|
|1990||CSKA||Top League 1st level||21/8|
|1991||CSKA||Top League 1st level||29/10|
|1991–92||Espanyol||La Liga 1st level||14/6|
|1992–93||Espanyol||La Liga 1st level||32/7|
|1993–94||Espanyol||Segunda 2nd level||27/8|
|1994–95||Barcelona B||Segunda 2nd level||14/4|
|1994–95||Barcelona||La Liga 1st level||12/0|
|1995–96||Heerenveen||Eredivisie 1st level||11/2|
|1996–97||Heerenveen||Eredivisie 1st level||25/5|
|1997–98||Feyenoord||Eredivisie 1st level||20/2|
|1998–99||Feyenoord||Eredivisie 1st level||17/5|
|1999-00||Feyenoord||Eredivisie 1st level||15/6|
|2000–01||Feyenoord||Eredivisie 1st level||17/6|
|2001–02||Feyenoord||Eredivisie 1st level||10/1|
|2002–03||NAC Breda||Eredivisie 1st level||10/0|
* – played games and goals
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