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Alexander Vladimirovich Panov

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Name  Alexander Panov
Playing position  Striker
Role  Football player

Years  Team
Height  1.65 m
1993  Zenit-2 St. Petersburg
Position  Forward
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Full name  Alexander Vladimirovich Panov
Date of birth  (1975-09-21) 21 September 1975 (age 40)

Place of birth  Kolpino, Soviet Union

Aleksandr Vladimirovich Panov (Russian: Александр Владимирович Панов) (born 21 September 1975 in Kolpino) is a Russian international association football striker.

Panov is a lightweight and quick striker, nicknamed "Kolpino rocket" for his speed. Among his moments of glory are two goals in the 1999 final of Russian Cup, when he helped Zenit to a victory, and a double against France at Stade de France on 5 June 1999.

After a season with the farm club of Zenit Saint Petersburg Panov debuted for the first team in 1994. Panov spent a year in Vologda and another one with Shanghai Baosteel team in Shanghai. In 1997 Panov returned to Zenit and become a first team regular, earning a national team call a year later.

In mid-2000, Panov transferred to AS Saint-Étienne but was seriously injured soon after that. He returned to Russia after failing to become a regular in Saint-Étienne or Lausanne Sports and played for Dynamo Moscow, Dynamo Saint Petersburg, and Torpedo Moscow. In 2006, he returned to Zenit again and he retired after a last season at Torpedo Moscow in 2010.

Achievements

  • Russian Cup winner: 1999
  • Russian First Division top goalscorer: 2003 (23 goals).
  • Russian First Division player of the year (according to the Professional Football League): 2003
  • Russian Second Division Zone 5 top scorer: 1993 (15 goals).
  • References

    Aleksandr Panov (footballer) Wikipedia


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