|Full name||Anatoliy Kyrylovych Puzach|
|Date of birth||3 June 1941|
|Place of birth||Krasny Kut, USSR|
|Date of death||19 March 2006(aged 64)|
|Place of death||Kiev, Ukraine|
|1960–1961||FC Polissya Zhytomyr||?|
|1963||PFC CSKA Moscow||0|
|1965–1973||FC Dynamo Kyiv||216||(49)|
|1974–1990||FC Dynamo Kyiv (assistant)|
|1990–1992||FC Dynamo Kyiv|
|1997–2000||FC Dynamo Kyiv (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Anatoliy Kyrylovych (or Anatoli Kirillovich) Puzach (Ukrainian: Анатолій Кирилович Пузач, Russian: Анатолий Кириллович Пузач, 3 June 1941 – 19 March 2006) was a Soviet football player and Ukrainian coach.
He first played for Progres Berdychiv and then for Polissya and SKA Lviv. In 1964, he became the top scorer of Ukrainian zone, class "B" scored 35 goals. The same year Lvivites reached the Soviet Union Cup quarter-finals. In spring 1964 the team of class "B" best players had friendlies against Dynamo Kyiv (1:2, 2:2) and after those games the quick striker with a good kick have been taken to Kyiv.
Puzach made his debut for the USSR national team on 25 July 1969, in a friendly against East Germany national team and scored on his debut. He played at the 1970 FIFA World Cup final tournament and in the 1974 FIFA World Cup qualifiers. He was the first player in history to come on as a substitute in a World Cup game when non-injury substitutions were allowed for the first time in 1970. He replaced Viktor Serebryanikov in the opening match of the tournament against Mexico.
- Football World Cup Firsts. topendsports.com
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