JK Dünamo Tallinn

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Dünamo Tallinn
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Full name Tallinna JK Dünamo
Founded 1940
Ground Sõle Gümnaasiumi staadion, Tallinn
Ground Capacity 500
Chairman  –
Manager Viktor Neštšeretnõi
League II Liiga N/E
2015 II Liiga N/E, 9th

Tallinna Dünamo is an Estonian football club from Tallinn. The club was formed in 1940 and won ten Estonian SSR championships. In 2004 the club won a surprising return to Estonian top flight – Meistriliiga, when Tervis Pärnu turned out to be ineligible for promotion, but then the club suffered two successive relegations, first to the Esiliiga and then to Estonian II Liiga.

Originally, the club also played bandy, becoming Estonian champions of this sport in 1941.

Current squad[edit]

As of 29 August 2016.[1]

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Nigeria Mathew Olatunij Akanbi
2 Estonia Rejal Alijev
3 Russia Mihhail Andrejev
4 Estonia Ilja Batšurko
5 Estonia Anatoli Beregovski (on loan from JK Tondi)
6 Estonia Artjom Bogdanov
7 Ukraine Roman Boiko
8 Estonia Nikolai Bokanov
9 Nigeria Temitayo Ogunleye Doherty
10 Russia Iurii Dronov
11 Estonia Sergei Gavrilov
12 Russia Evgueni Gribovski
13 Estonia Emil Guseinov
14 Estonia Aleksandr Gussev
15 Ukraine Pavlo Hruzevych
No. Position Player
16 Estonia Jevgeni Ivanov
17 Estonia Artur Kašitski
18 Estonia Paul Kirsipuu
19 Estonia Jevgeni Larin
20 Estonia Sergei Lefanov
21 Estonia Mihhail Lissenkov
22 Estonia Nikolai Matvejev
23 Estonia Ilja Monakov
24 Estonia Anton Polotnjanõi
25 Estonia MF Maksim Ramazanov
26 Nigeria Ezekiel Adedeji Solomon
27 Estonia Mark Zolotuhhin
28 Estonia MF Dmitri Židkov
29 Estonia MF Maksim Židkov
30 Estonia Eduard Tšurkin

Achievements[edit]

1945, 1947, 1949, 1950, 1953, 1954, 1978, 1980, 1981, 1983.

  • Estonian SSR Cup: (7)

1946, 1947, 1949, 1953, 1972*, 1979, 1983.

*"As Dünamo Kopli"

Statistics[edit]

League and Cup[edit]

Season Division Pos Teams Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Top Goalscorer Estonian Cup Notes
1998 II Liiga N/E 3 6 10 7 0 3 25 18 +7 21 Vitali Kosterev and Arvydas Rukšenas (5)
1999 II Liiga N/E 1 6 20 12 5 3 45 16 +29 41 Paul Kirsipuu (11)
2000 Esiliiga 5 8 28 11 2 15 61 72 −11 35 Andrei Kossarev (12)
2001 II Liiga N/E 5 6 20 5 2 13 36 55 −19 17 Andrei Semko and Vitali Kosterev (7)
2002 III Liiga N 1 10 18 15 2 1 62 14 +48 47 Urmas Sorga and Vitali Kosterev (11)
2003 II Liiga N/E 1 8 28 21 4 3 80 24 +56 67 Andrei Semko and Maksim Židkov (17)
2004 Esiliiga 4 8 28 12 2 14 49 66 −18 38 Konstantin Butajev (17)
2005 Meistriliiga 10 10 36 3 3 30 28 157 −129 12 Konstantin Butajev (10)
2006 Esiliiga 9 10 36 7 8 21 43 85 −42 29 Pavel Apalinski (10)
2007 II Liiga N/E 11 14 26 6 9 11 41 51 −10 27 Anatoli Božko (9)
2008 II Liiga N/E 9 14 26 10 3 13 47 40 +7 33 Paul Kirsipuu (11)  –
2009 II Liiga N/E 2 14 26 17 4 5 62 41 +21 55 Ilja Monakov (21)  –
2010 II Liiga N/E 6 13 24 9 5 10 37 40 −3 32 Anatoli Božko and Maksim Židkov (8)  –
2011 II Liiga N/E 8 14 26 11 3 12 49 64 −15 36 Maksim Židkov (9)  –
2012 II Liiga N/E 6 14 26 12 5 9 58 46 +12 41 Maksim Židkov (16)  –
2013 Esiliiga B 8 10 36 9 4 23 42 86 −44 31 Maksim Židkov (10) Second Round
2014 II Liiga N/E 6 14 26 12 3 11 51 45 +6 39 Emil Guseinov (16) First Round
2015 II Liiga N/E 9 14 26 8 6 12 42 52 −10 30 Maksim Židkov (9)  –
2016 II Liiga N/E 7 14 26 11 4 10 48 47 +1 37 Temitayo Doherty (19)  –

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Eesti Jalgpalli Liit". jalgpall.ee. Retrieved 6 February 2017. 

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