Syarhey Shtanyuk

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Sergei Shtanyuk
Personal information
Full name Syarhey Pyatrovich Shtanyuk
Date of birth (1973-08-13) 13 August 1973 (age 46)
Place of birth Minsk, Byelorussian SSR, USSR
Height 1.92 m (6 ft 4 in)
Playing position Defender
Youth career
SDYuShOR-5 Minsk
1990–1991 Quick 1888
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1992–1994 Dinamo-93 Minsk 60 (3)
1994–1995 Dinamo Minsk 24 (1)
1996–2000 Dynamo Moscow 129 (11)
2000 Royal Antwerp 1 (0)
2001–2003 Stoke City 84 (5)
2003–2005 Shinnik Yaroslavl 76 (4)
2005–2006 Metalurh Zaporizhya 13 (0)
2006–2007 Luch-Energia Vladivostok 46 (1)
2008 Rostov 36 (4)
2009 Alania Vladikavkaz 18 (1)
Total 487 (30)
National team
1992–1995 Belarus U21 12 (0)
1995–2007 Belarus 71 (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Syarhey Pyatrovich Shtanyuk (Belarusian: Сяргей Пятровіч Штанюк, Russian: Серге́й Петрович Штанюк, tr. Sergey Petrovich Shtanyuk; born 13 August 1973 in Minsk), also known as Sergei Petrovich Shtanyuk, is a retired Belarusian footballer. He played in defence and was the captain for the Belarus national side.[1]

Career[edit]

Shtaniuk was born in Minsk and played in the Belarusian Premier League for Dynamo-93 and Dynamo Minsk before him and two team mates Pavel Michalevitsj and Aleh Poetsila decided to join Dutch amateur club Quick 1888 based in Nijmegen. He joined Russian club Dynamo Moscow in 1996 where he spent four years making over 100 appearances. After a short spell with Belgian club Royal Antwerp he joined English side Stoke City in the summer of 2001. He instantly became a fan favourite at the Britannia Stadium due to his committed style of play. In 2001–02 He played in 48 matches including the 2002 Football League Second Division play-off Final where Stoke beat Brentford 2–0 to gain promotion.[2] He played in 47 matches in 2002–03 and won the player of the year award. He left in the summer of 2003 and returned to Russia where he played for Shinnik. He then played in Ukraine for Metalurh Zaporizhya and back in Russia with Luch-Energia Vladivostok, Rostov and Alania Vladikavkaz.

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

Sources:[3][4]

Club Season League FA Cup League Cup Play-offs Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Dinamo-93 Minsk 1992–93 Belarusian Premier League 30 3 30 3
1993–94 Belarusian Premier League 30 0 30 0
Dinamo Minsk 1994–95 Belarusian Premier League 13 1 13 1
1995 Belarusian Premier League 11 0 11 0
Belarusian League Total 84 4 84 4
Dynamo Moscow 1996 Russian Top League 34 4 34 4
1997 Russian Top League 34 3 34 3
1998 Russian Top Division 34 2 34 2
1999 Russian Top Division 3 0 3 0
2000 Russian Top Division 24 2 24 2
Total 129 11 129 11
Royal Antwerp 2000–01 Belgian First Division 1 0 1 0
Stoke City 2001–02 Second Division 40 2 4 0 1 0 3 0 48 2
2002–03 First Division 44 3 2 0 1 0 0 0 47 3
Total 84 5 6 0 2 0 3 0 95 5
Shinnik Yaroslavl 2003 Russian Premier League 15 1 15 1
2004 Russian Premier League 32 2 32 2
2005 Russian Premier League 29 1 29 1
Total 76 4 76 4
Metalurh Zaporizhya 2005–06 Ukrainian Premier League 13 0 13 0
Luch-Energia Vladivostok 2006 Russian Premier League 19 1 19 1
2007 Russian Premier League 27 0 27 0
Total 46 1 46 1
Rostov 2008 Russian Premier League 36 4 36 4
Alania Vladikavkaz 2009 Russian Premier League 18 1 18 1
Total 487 30 6 0 2 0 3 0 498 30

International[edit]

Source:[4]

National team Year Apps Goals
Belarus 1995 1 0
1996 7 1
1997 6 0
1998 4 0
2000 6 0
2001 7 0
2002 7 0
2003 7 1
2004 7 0
2005 8 0
2006 7 1
2007 4 0
Total 71 3

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 14 February 1996 İzmir Atatürk Stadium, Izmir, Turkey  Turkey 2 – 2 2–3 Friendly
2 20 August 2003 Dinamo Stadium, Belarus  Iran 2 – 0 2–1 Friendly
3 2 June 2006 Stade 7 November, Rades, Tunisia  Libya 1 – 0 1–1 LG Cup
Correct as of 7 October 2015[5]

Honours[edit]

Dinamo Minsk

Stoke City

References[edit]

  1. ^ Belarus – Record International Players
  2. ^ "Stoke seal promotion". BBC Sport. Retrieved 13 May 2013.
  3. ^ Syarhey Shtanyuk at the English National Football Archive (subscription required)
  4. ^ a b Syarhey Shtanyuk at National-Football-Teams.com
  5. ^ "Football PLAYER: Syarhey Shtanyuk". eu-football.info. Retrieved 7 October 2015.

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