Sergei Pareiko

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Sergei Pareiko
Sergei Pareiko2.jpg
Personal information
Date of birth (1977-01-31) 31 January 1977 (age 37)
Place of birth Tallinn, Estonia
Height 1.93 m (6 ft 4 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Youth career
1989–1990 Puuma Tallinn
1990–1992 Vigri Tallinn
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1992–1993 Vigri Tallinn 5 (0)
1993–1997 Tallinna Sadam 61 (0)
1998–1999 Casale 23 (0)
1999–2000 Levadia Maardu 39 (0)
2001–2004 Rotor Volgograd 51 (0)
2005–2010 Tom Tomsk 114 (0)
2011–2013 Wisła Kraków 64 (0)
2013–2014 Volga Nizhny Novgorod 19 (0)
National team
1993–1994 Estonia U18 6 (0)
1994–1997 Estonia U21 7 (0)
1996– Estonia[1] 61 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 8 June 2014.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 10 November 2014

Sergei Pareiko (born 31 January 1977) is an Estonian footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for the Estonia national football team.

Club career[edit]

In Estonia, Pareiko played for Tallinna Sadam and Levadia Maardu, before moving to Russia in 2001, when he signed with Rotor Volgograd. After Rotor were relegated, Pareiko moved to Tom Tomsk.

At the end of 2009 season Pareiko was named the Tom Tomsk Player of Year, sharing this title with Đorđe Jokić. In late 2010, speculation began to mount that Celtic were interested in Pareiko's services.[2] Pareiko was left on the bench for Tomsk's last match of the season.[3] He left the club on 25 December.[4]

On 8 February 2011 Pareiko joined Polish Ekstraklasa side Wisła Kraków on a one and a half year deal.[5] He became the first choice goalkeeper and won the Ekstraklasa championship in his debut season. Pareiko finished third in voting for the Estonian Footballer of the Year in 2011.[6]

International career[edit]

Sergei Pareiko is a member of the Estonia national football team. He became the first choice keeper after the retirement of Mart Poom.

Honours[edit]

Tallinna Sadam[edit]

Casale Calcio[edit]

Levadia Maardu[edit]

Wisła Kraków[edit]

Individual[edit]

  • Tom Tomsk Player of the Year: 2009

Statistics[edit]

Pareiko training with Wisła Kraków in August 2011.

Club career[edit]

This statistic includes domestic league only

Season Club Country Level Apps Goals
2014-15 FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod Russia II 0 0
2013–14 FC Volga Nizhny Novgorod Russia I 19 0
2012–13 Wisła Kraków Poland I 22 0
2011–12 Wisła Kraków Poland I 28 0
2010–11 Wisła Kraków Poland I 14 0
2010 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 26 0
2009 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 26 0
2008 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 9 0
2007 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 14 0
2006 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 23 0
2005 FC Tom Tomsk Russia I 16 0
2004 FC Rotor Volgograd Russia I 6 0
2003 FC Rotor Volgograd Russia I 30 0
2002 FC Rotor Volgograd Russia I 3 0
2001 FC Rotor Volgograd Russia I 12 0
2000 Levadia Maardu Estonia I 24 0
1999 Levadia Maardu Estonia I 15 0
1998–99 A.S. Casale Calcio Italy V 23 0
1997–98 Tallinna Sadam JK Estonia I 11 0
1996–97 Tallinna Sadam JK Estonia I 21 0
1995–96 Tallinna Sadam JK Estonia I 17 0
1994–95 Tallinna Sadam JK Estonia I 10 0
1993–94 Tallinna Sadam JK Estonia I 2 0
1992–93 KSK Vigri Tallinn Estonia I 5 0

Last update: 19 November 2013

International statistics[edit]

Personal life[edit]

Pareiko was born in Tallinn, to a Russian mother and Belarusian father.[7] In the interview for Gazeta Krakowska he said "I am a citizen of Estonia, I have a passport of that country, but I am of Russian nationality".[8]

In 2009 Pareiko had a meeting with the Prime Minister and President of Russia, Vladimir Putin.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Kõik Eesti internatsionaalid" [All Estonian internationals] (in Estonian). Eesti Jalgpalli Liit. Retrieved 11 September 2011. 
  2. ^ http://sport.postimees.ee/?id=341678
  3. ^ http://sport.postimees.ee/?id=348834
  4. ^ http://sport.postimees.ee/?id=362307
  5. ^ "Pareiko bramkarzem Wisły". wisla.krakow.pl. Retrieved 18 February 2011. 
  6. ^ "Vaata, kuidas jagunesid hääled parima jalgpalluri valimisel". postimees.ee. Retrieved 21 November 2011. 
  7. ^ "Sergei Pareiko opowiada dlaczego wybrał Wisłę". ekstraklasa.tv. Retrieved 29 March 2012. 
  8. ^ "Pareiko, rosyjski Estończyk". gazetakrakowska.pl. Retrieved 15 October 2011. 

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