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Oleg Blokhin - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born November 5, 1952, Kiev, Ukrainian SSR, USSR - Ukrainian Soviet footballer, striker, Ukrainian coach, holder of many Soviet football records and actor.
One of the best footballers in the history of Soviet football. Winner of the Golden Ball (1975). International Master of Sports of the USSR (1972), Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1975), Honored Trainer of Ukraine (2005). Seven-time USSR champion, five-time USSR Cup winner, twice winner of the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup. Included in the list of the best players in the world according to Planete Foot and Voetbal International. Record holder of the USSR national football team in the number of games played and goals scored for it. One of three Soviet football players who received the Golden Ball. The first Soviet footballer to break the 200-goal mark on the Grigory Fedotov Club score, as of autumn 2010 is the only footballer to break the 300-goal mark on the Grigory Fedotov Club score. Finished his football career in 1990.
At a concert in the Palace of Sports, held on the eve of Oleg Blokhin's farewell match in 1989, Tamara Gverdtsiteli performed the song "Vivat, King!", specially written by Yuri Rybchinsky (lyrics) and Gennady Tatarchenko (music) for Blokhin.
From 1990 to 2002 worked as a coach in Greek football clubs. In 2003-2007 and from spring 2011 to autumn 2012 - head coach of the Ukrainian national team. With him, she came to her highest achievement - she became the quarterfinalist of the 2006 World Championship, that is, according to the results of the championship, she entered the eight best teams in the world.
On September 25, 2012, after the resignation of Yuri Semin, he was first appointed to the post of head coach of Dynamo Kiev. On September 28, 2012 he made his debut as a coach of Dynamo, in the tenth round of the Ukrainian Championship, against Zorya Luhansk. The debut turned out to be successful: the Kyivans won 1: 0, the only goal was scored by Raffael.
Soon after arriving at Dynamo, Blokhin was hospitalized with a hypertensive crisis - the cause was a blood clot that almost completely blocked the carotid artery. On the second day of hospitalization, the thrombus was removed using minimally invasive surgery. During the hospital Blokhin, the duties of the head coach of the national team were performed by Andrei Bal, under whose leadership she lost 5 points out of 6 in two matches: a draw with Moldova and a loss to Montenegro. In Dynamo, the head coach was replaced by Oleksiy Mikhailichenko, and the results were not encouraging either: Dynamo lost a lot of points in the championship and the Champions League.
On November 3, Blokhin watched the match at the stadium for the first time after the operation (Dynamo - Tavriya); on the coaching bench, the doctors had not yet allowed him to be, and he watched it from the stadium box. During the break, right before which Dynamo took the lead 1: 0, Blokhin went down to the locker room and talked to the players. On the coaching bench, Blokhin was still replaced by Alexei Mikhailichenko, he also gave a post-match press conference.
For the 21 November match against PSG in the Champions League (defeat 0: 2), held in Kiev, the doctors allowed Blokhin to be on the coach's bench, which he used. He also held pre-match and post-match press conferences.
During his coaching work at the club, Dynamo for the first time could not even take second place in the Ukrainian championship, taking the third place in the 2012/13 season. Over a year and a half of work, Oleg Blokhin failed to win a single trophy, gaining only 63% of possible points in the Ukrainian championship, which is the second result from “bottom” among the coaches of Dynamo Kiev during the time of independent Ukraine. Also, Blokhin set an anti-record for the number of defeats in the league, coaching Dynamo - 12 defeats in 44 matches. At the same time, the previous anti-record belonged to Jozsef Szabo, who suffered 10 defeats in 117 matches.
On April 16, 2014, immediately after the Ukrainian championship match against Shakhtar Donetsk, lost in Kiev with a score of 0: 2, Oleg Blokhin was fired from his post as Dynamo head coach for unsatisfactory results shown by the team under his leadership.