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Playing position  Midfielder
Role  Football player
Number  14
Height  1.80 m

2001–2003  RUOR Minsk
Weight  74 kg
Name  Anton Putsila
Career start  2004
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Full name  Anton Kanstantsinavich Putsila
Date of birth  (1987-06-10) 10 June 1987 (age 28)
Place of birth  Orsha, Byelorussian SSR, Soviet Union
Current teams  Gaziantepspor (#14 / Midfielder), Belarus national football team (Midfielder)

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Anton Kanstantsinavich Putsila (Belarusian: Анто́н Канстанці́навіч Пуці́ла; Russian: Анто́н Константи́нович Пути́ло, tr., Anton Konstantinovich Putilo; born 10 June 1987 in Orsha) is a Belarusian professional football player who currently plays for Turkish side Ankaragücü.


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Putsila played youth football at RUOR Minsk before signing a professional contract with Dinamo Minsk in January 2004. Before his loan to Hamburger SV he appeared 21 times in 2007 as a midfielder for Dinamo Minsk in the Belarusian Premier League, scoring one goal.

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He was loaned to Hamburg in January 2008.

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In the second half of the 2007–08 season, he made three Bundesliga appearances for Hamburger SV, coming on as a substitute each time. On 21 June 2010, he announced his move to SC Freiburg on a free transfer on 1 January 2011.


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Dinamo Minsk

  • Belarusian Premier League champion: 2004
  • International career

    Putsila has played for the Belarus national under-17 team, and the Belarus national under-21 team, earning six caps and scoring one goal. He made his debut for the senior Belarus national football team on 2 February 2008.


    The English transliteration of the Belarusian family name is Putsila. FIFA, however, which often uses the English transliteration, applies the spelling Putsilo, mixing up Belarusian and Russian.


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