|Full name||Eduard Isaakovich Dubinski|
|Date of birth||6 April 1935|
|Place of birth||Kharkiv, USSR|
|Date of death||11 May 1969(aged 34)|
|Place of death||Moscow, USSR|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|1964–1965||KFK YuGV (Hungary)|
|1967–1968||FC Metallurg Lipetsk|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Eduard Isaakovich Dubinski (Russian: Эдуард Исаакович Дубинский, Ukrainian: Едуард Ісаакович Дубинський, Eduard Isaakovych Dubynskyi; 19 April 1935 in Kharkiv – 11 May 1969 in Moscow) was a Ukrainian and Soviet football defender who won 12 caps (international appearances) as a member of the Soviet Union national football team in the 1960s.
Born in Kharkov to a Jewish family, Dubinski played right back and was a member of the Soviet Union national football team in the 1960s. In 1962, two years after the Soviets won the initial European Nations Cup, Dubinsky played in the 1962 FIFA World Cup in Chile. In the first game of the preliminary round, he was hospitalized with a broken leg caused by Yugoslavian Muhamed Mujic (Mujic was not penalised for the foul, but later suspended by his team). The injury caused sarcoma (a form of cancer), which eventually contributed to Dubinsky's death a number of years later.
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