Boris Razinsky

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Boris Razinsky
Personal information
Full name Boris Davidovich Razinsky
Date of birth (1933-07-12)12 July 1933
Place of birth Lyubertsy, USSR
Date of death 6 August 2012(2012-08-06) (aged 79)
Place of death Moscow, Russia
Playing position Goalkeeper/Striker
Youth career
Pishchevik Tula
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1947–1951 V/Ch Bologoye
1951 GTsOLIFK Moscow
1952 CSKA Moscow 0
1952 Kalinin City Team 2 (0)
1953 MVO Moscow 0 (0)
1953 FC Spartak Moscow 1 (0)
1954–1961 CSKA Moscow 160 (2)
1961 FC Spartak Moscow 4 (0)
1962 FC Dynamo Kyiv 18 (0)
1963 FC Chornomorets Odessa 28 (3)
1964 Serp i Molot Moscow 2 (0)
1966 SKA Odessa 7 (0)
1967–1968 FC Metallurg Lipetsk ? (23)
1969 Politotdel Tashkent Oblast 39 (1)
1970 FK Daugava Rīga 8 (0)
1970 FC Ararat Yerevan 11 (0)
1971 Volga Gorky
1972–1973 Granit Tetyukhe
National team
1955–1956 USSR 3 (−3)
Teams managed
1974 Dvina Vitebsk (director)
1974 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1975–1976 FK Daugava Rīga (scout)
1999 Suwon Bluewings (assistant)
1999–2000 FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk (assistant)
2001 FC Khimki (assistant)
2001 FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk (assistant)
2001–2002 FC Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan (assistant)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Olympic medal record
Representing  Soviet Union
Men's Football
Gold medal – first place 1956 Melbourne Team Competition

Boris Davidovich Razinsky (Russian: Борис Давидович Разинский) (12 July 1933 — 6 August 2012) was a Soviet Russian football player and manager of Jewish ethnicity.[1] He played both as a goalkeeper and as a striker (usually keeping one specific position while playing at the same club). He played in goal for the national team as a backup to Lev Yashin. He was born in Lyubertsy and died in Moscow.[2]

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International career[edit]

Razinsky made his debut for USSR on October 23, 1955, in a friendly against France.

Personal life[edit]

He is Jewish.[3] In 2009, Razinsky attended the 2009 Maccabiah Games to watch his grandson participate in the under-18 football competition. Razinsky's visit was marred by a brawl between the Russian and Argentine sides and both squads were told not to return for the 2013 Maccabiah Games.[4]

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ Benjamin Chernukhin (23 December 2010). Еврейский Футбольный Мир – 8. [Jewish World Football – 8.] (in Russian). Sem40. Retrieved August 22, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Former Soviet keeper Razinsky dies at 79". Eurosport. August 7, 2012. Retrieved August 22, 2014. 
  3. ^ "Jews in Sport in the USSR". The YIVO Encyclopedia of Jews in Eastern Europe. Retrieved August 22, 2014. 
  4. ^ Swiedler, Eli (July 22, 2009). המכביה פתוחה בפני כל היהודים? לא אחרי הקטטה בטורניר הכדורגל [The Maccabiah Is Open To All Jews? Not After The Brawl At The Football Tournament]. Haaretz (in Hebrew). Retrieved August 22, 2014. 

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