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Fullback Serhiy Bilozir of FC Odesa finishes his career
Jun 16 2012, 13:36

ODESA, JUNE 16th, 2012, CONTEXT-PRICHERNOMORIE ― The 33-year-old fullback of FC Odesa Serhiy Bilozir has finished his football career, Context-Prichernomorie correspondent reports.

The press service of the club informed today, 16 June.

The press service noted that one of the key fullbacks of FC Odesa, 33-year-old Serhiy Bilozir, best known for his performances in the FC Arsenal, Donetsk-Metallurg and Chornomorets Odesa», decided to cease his active performances in the big football.

As the player stated himself, this he had been preparing to make this step for a long time, and now it’s time to devote himself entirely to his family. At the same, the player says he is not going to say goodbye to the game he gave the best years of his life. In the future, he is planning to try himself as a football coach or manager of a professional team.

INFORMATION: FC Odesa is a Ukrainian football club based in Odesa. The club plays in blue-white colors, and is currently in the Persha Liha. The club originally was called Dnister and played in Ovidiopol but after the 2010–11 season the club moved to Odesa. The first football team in Ovidiopol was established in 1947. There was an amateur team, called «Dzerzhinets», which played in the local competitions of Odesa region and Ukraine. Amateur Ovidiopol team became Odesa region champions in 1980. Professional football club was created in 1992 based on the amateur team – shortly after Soviet Union breakup in 1991. The team played in the amateur Ukrainian championship in 1998 and won it in 1999. Since 2001 Dnister has played in the professional leagues of Ukrainian football. During the 2010–11 season Dniester started playing their home games in Odesa due to the unsafe state of their stadium (Viktor Dukov) in Ovidiopol. With the inability to secure finances to repair the stadium the club opted to move their head office to Odesa after the season.

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