Volodymyr Lyutyj

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Volodymyr Lyutyj
Volodymyr Lyutyi.jpg
Surname Volodymyr Mykolajowytsch Lyutyj
birthday April 20, 1962
place of birth DnepropetrovskSoviet Union
size 188 cm
position Storm
Years station Games (goals) 1
1979-1989 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 250 (51)
1989-1991 FC Schalke 04 45 0(9)
1991-1992 MSV Duisburg 36 0(6)
1992 VfL Bochum 3 0(0)
1993 Bursaspor 2 0(0)
1993 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 6 0(0)
1994 SpVgg Unterhaching 10 0(6)
1994-1996 FSV Salmrohr 43 0(5)
1996 Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 1 0(0)
1996-1997 SV Wittlich
1997-1998 FV Bad Honnef
1998-2001 FC Junkersdorf
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1990 Soviet Union 3 0(1)
1992 CIS 3 0(0)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
SCB Prussia Cologne
Blau-Weiß Brühl
2004-2006 Fortuna Bonn
2007 Lokomotiv Moscow (assistant coach)
2008 SV Bergisch Gladbach (U-13, U-17)
2009-2010 FV Bad Honnef
2010-2011 FK Rostov (assistant coach)
2011 FK Rostov
1/2019 FC Hansa Rostock (interim coach)
1 Only league games are given.

Volodymyr Mykolajowytsch Ljutyj ( Ukrainian Володимир Миколайович Лютий , Russian Владимир Николаевич Лютый / Vladimir Nikolaevich Ljuty , Fifa transcription Vladimir Liutyi * 20th April 1962 in Dnepropetrovsk , Ukrainian SSR ) is a retired Ukrainian- Soviet football player and current coach . The former attacker was a player with the national football team of the USSR in 1988 Olympic champion and took part in a world and European championship . After great success with Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in the 1980s, he played for a long time in Germany in the 1990s, where he also trained as a coach. Until the summer of 2007 he was assistant trainer for Lokomotiv Moscow .

Lyutyj is a graduate of the Dnepr-75 ( Днепр-75 ) football school in his hometown, for whose club Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk he also played in the Soviet league from 1979 to 1989. During this time Dnipro won the championship twice and the Soviet Union Football Cup once and was also twice runner-up.

In 1989 he moved to the then second division club FC Schalke 04 . In two years he played 44 times and scored nine goals before joining the Bundesliga for MSV Duisburg in 1991 . After half a year at Bursaspor in Turkey, his last position in the Bundesliga was VfL Bochum in 1992/1993 ; he was able to score six goals in 36 Bundesliga appearances. As a result, he played for lower-class clubs such as SpVgg Unterhaching in the Bayern League (1993/94), and 1994-1996 at FSV Salmrohr in the Regionalliga . From there he moved to SV Wittlich.

However, Ljutyj was able to achieve his greatest successes with the selection of the USSR. 1986-88 he scored three goals in twelve missions for the USSR Olympic team , he won the 1988 Olympic football tournament with her . In 1990 he was called up for the first time in the senior national team of the Soviet Union, he took part with the team in both the 1990 World Cup in Italy and the 1992 Euro . In total, he came from 1990-92 to six full international appearances in which he was able to score a goal.

After finishing his active career, Ljutyj stayed in Cologne with his wife and two children. He trained as a trainer and opened a company that exports Mercedes cars to Russia, Ukraine and the Baltic States. In addition, he coached lower-class German football teams, such as the club division Blau-Weiß Brühl , before that the Prussians from Cologne and finally the district division Fortuna Bonn (2004-2006).

At the beginning of 2007 Lok Moscow hired Lyutyj as an assistant coach. But he was dismissed with the head coach Byschowez in July 2007.

Since April 2008, Ljutyj has been training to be a football teacher in Kiev. In addition, he coached the U-17 and U-13 teams of SV 09 Bergisch Gladbach. For the 2009/10 season he was hired by FV Bad Honnef as the coach of the first team that competes in the Landesliga Mittelrhein. However, he ended his engagement with HFV in February 2010 for private reasons. In the summer he returned to Russia and was part of the coaching staff of FK Rostov , where he was promoted to head coach in May 2011. After four defeats in six games, however, he was released from his duties on June 21, 2011.

For less than a week in January 2019, Ljutyj became interim coach at the German third division soccer team Hansa Rostock . However, the former Olympic champion was not on the sidelines during a competitive game for the professional team of the Ostseestädter.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b "Olympic champions were not afraid of S04 fans", Schalker Kreisel , official club magazine of FC Schalke 04, season 2008/09, issue 3 of August 30, 2008, p. 82
  2. "Eintracht Echo" stadium magazine, 22nd volume, No. 8 from November 9, 1996
  3. Jefim Schainski: “ Vladimir Ljuty. Kak dela? ( Memento of October 22, 2004 in the Internet Archive ) “, Sport-Express of November 5, 2003 (Russian) .
  4. " The storm is gone, long live the defense ", report in the Bonner Generalanzeiger from 10 August 2006.
  5. Yuri Butnjew " Anatoli Byschowez: S ismailowym usche pogoworil ( Memento of January 27, 2007 in the Internet Archive )" Sport-Express of January 5, 2007 (Russian) .
  6. Юрий БЕЛОУС: "ИЮЛЬ НАДЕЕМСЯ ВСТРЕТИТЬ С ГЛАВНЫМ ТРЕНЕРОМ" ( Memento from May 6, 2016 in the Internet Archive ), club homepage of FK Rostow from June 21, 2011
  7. Hansa Rostock: Interim coach Vladimir Liutyi wants to promote team spirit. In: sportbuzzer.de. Retrieved January 26, 2020 .