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Semen Altman

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Name  Semen Altman
Playing position  Goalkeeper
Role  Football player

Years  Team
Height  1.8 m
1965  Kolhospnyk (Rivne)
Position  Goalkeeper
Semen Altman

Full name  Semen Yosypovych Altman
Date of birth  (1946-04-21) 21 April 1946 (age 69)

Place of birth  Chuhuiv, Soviet Union

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Semen Yosypovych Altman (Ukrainian: Семен Йосипович Альтман, born 21 April 1946 in Chuhuiv) is a Ukrainian football coach and former goalkeeper of Jewish ethnicity.


Semen’s son, Hennadiy Altman is also a goalkeeper and has followed his father to many of the teams Semen has coached over the years.

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Altman played for Kolhospnyk (Rivne), Volyn (Lutsk), Chornomorets (Odessa), Zvezda (Tiraspol), Lokomotiv (Kherson).


He has worked as a coach of FC Chornomorets Odessa (1982–88), FC Dynamo Moscow (1989–91), Chornomorets (1991–94), Korea Olympic team (1994–96), FC Zimbru Chişinău (1996–99), Metalurh Donetsk (1999–2002), and Chornomorets again (2003–2007). Semen Altman was also Oleh Blokhin's assistant coach for the Ukraine national football team from 2003 to 2006. In 2007 Altman was replaced by Vitaliy Shevchenko at Chornomorets. In 2007, he was hired by FC Illychivets Mariupol as head coach on a one-year contract. On 14 December 2007, Semen was unexpectedly sacked, despite winning the first leg of the quarterfinal Ukrainian Cup match against his former club Chornomorets, and the club sitting in 2nd place at the time. In October 2008 he was appointed as head-coach of FC Luch-Energiya Vladivostok.

As Coach

  • 2006 FIFA World Cup
  • Quarter-finalist (as assistant-coach)
  • Ukrainian Premier League
  • Bronze medals: 2001–02, 2002–03 (both with Metalurh Donetsk); 2005–06 (with Chornomorets Odessa)
  • Moldovan National Division (all with FC Zimbru Chişinău)
  • Champion: 1997–98, 1998–99
  • Silver medals: 1996–97
  • Moldova Cup
  • Winner: 1996–97, 1997–98
  • References

    Semen Altman Wikipedia