- Aleksandr Prokhorov (footballer)
Football player infobox2
playername = Aleksandr Prokhorov
fullname = Aleksandr Vladimirovich Prokhorov
dateofbirth = Birth date|1946|6|18
cityofbirth = Brest
dateofdeath = Death date and age|2005|1|7|1946|6|18
position = Goalkeeper
years = 1965
FC Neman Grodno FC Dinamo Minsk FC Metalurh Zaporizhya FC Dynamo Kyiv FC Spartak Moscow
FC Dynamo Kyiv
FC Spartak Moscow
Krasnaya Presnya Moscow
nationalyears = 1976
nationalteam = USSR
nationalcaps(goals) = 3 (-3)
manageryears = 1979-1980
FC Shakhter Karagandy(assistant)
FC Shakhter Karagandy
Olimpiyets football school
USSR Football Veterans(administrator) MFC Norovus Moscow(director) Russia Football Veterans(director)
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Prokhorov ( _ru. Александр Владимирович Прохоров) (born
June 18, 1946in Brest, Belarus; died January 7, 2005in Moscow) was a Soviet football player and coach.
Soviet Top Leaguewinner: 1971.
Soviet Goalkeeper of the Year: 1974, 1975.
* [http://www.rusteam.permian.ru/players/prokhorov.html Profile]
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