Pavel Makarov

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Pavel Makarov
Surname Pavel Kapitonowitsch Makarov
birthday January 26, 1919
date of death 1963
Place of death France
size 173 cm
position midfield
Years station Games (goals) 1
1936-1939 Dinamo Rostov on Don
1940 FC Dinamo Kharkiv 9 (4)
1941 FC Spartak Leningrad 8 (3)
1945 SK Ukraine Salzburg
1945-1946 Ukraina Ulm
1946 Stuttgart Kickers 5 (2)
1947 Karlsruher FC Phoenix 18 (1)
1947 Berkut Ulm
1948 TSG Ulm 1846 9 (3)
1948-1949 Chelmsford City
1949-1951 Olympique Nîmes
1952-1954 FC de Grenoble Dauphiné 11 (0)
1954-1955 Trident Toronto
1955-1956 USM Montargis
1957-1958 US Viesly
1960-1961 FC Vauverdois
Stations as a trainer
Years station
1957-1962 US Viesly
1 Only league games are given.

Pawel Kapitonowitsch Makarov (also Paul Makar or Pavel Makar ; Russian Павел Макаров26. January 1919 , † 1963 in France ) was a football player from the Soviet Union with Ukrainian origin.


Pavel Makarov played football for the city club Dinamo in Rostov-on-Don in what was then the Soviet Union . This was followed by further positions at FC Dinamo Charkiw and FC Spartak Leningrad . After the Second World War he played first division football under the name Makar in the Oberliga Süd for the Stuttgarter Kickers , the Karlsruher FC Phönix and the TSG Ulm 1846 . He then worked in England for Chelmsford City before moving to France the following season, taking on French citizenship and playing there for several years for Olympique Nîmes and FC de Grenoble Dauphiné . The midfielder was then active at the Canadian club Trident Toronto before returning to France, where he played for USM Montargis , US Viesly and FC Vauverdois .

From 1957 to 1962 Makarow was also the coach of Viesly.

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