He's graceful like a movie star

How reliable and dangerous is a dagger...

In Yerevan, this is a football player

A year ago… imagine being in stock!

 

He came to Spartak football

And somehow joined the team right away,

In Spartacus, his talent blossomed,

Like a flower of the lobed mountains of the Caucasus!

 

And today he is very happy

After all, a medal is a reward on merit!

Congratulations, fellow champion!

Sasha Mirzoyan is the messenger of the south!

                Pokrovsky

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His game was flawless

Almost no flaw

And it would not be easy for Dasaev

Do not be next to him Mirzoyan  

                  Valentin Gaft

Hard cover:

220 x 245 

Number of pages: 130

Publication language:

Russian

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​ELECTRONIC VERSION OF THE BOOK PDF

Full name:  Mirzoyan Alexander Bagratovich
Date of birth: April 20, 1951, Baku, Azerbaijan SSR
Height: 179 cm.
Weight: 77 kg.
Position:
  central defender, full-time penalty taker.
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Graduate of the football school of the training group "Neftyanik"

In 1976 he graduated from the Armenian State Institute of Physical Culture. A graduate of the Higher School of Trainers (HST) with a degree in coach-teacher. 

Awards

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  • Medal of the Order "For Merit to the Fatherland" 2nd class

  • Badge of honor for merits in the development of physical culture and sports

  • Badge of honor for merits in the development of the Olympic movement in Russia

Player Profile

Player

USSR YOUTH TEAM 1979-1980 

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  • Bronze medalist of the UEFA Cup (European Championship) among juniors in 1969 - Team captain

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"NEFTCHI" (BAKU)

1968-1974

The debut for Neftchi took place in 1968 in a friendly match at Dynamo (Leipzig).

The debut in the Premier League took place on June 3, 1969 in the match "Chernomorets" - "Neftchi", which ended with a score of 0:0.

During 337 minutes of playing time, there were no conceded goals. For the first time, opponents hit the gates of Neftchi under Mirzoyan on June 24, 1969. The Baku team lost at home to the Moscow army team - 0:1, the goal was scored by Yuri Vshivtsev.

The first disciplinary sanction was recorded on August 9, 1969. In the away match with Spartak Moscow, Alexander was sent off in the 75th minute, and his team lost - 0:2.

The goals scored in own and other people's gates fell on the period when "Neftchi" played in the first league. On August 13, 1973, Mirzoyan upset his goalkeeper Sergei Kramarenko in the 3rd minute, and the game at home with Shakhtar (Karaganda) ended in a draw - 2:2. But on August 5, 1974, thanks to Oleksandr's accurate shot in the 87th minute, Neftchi took a point away from Metalurh in Zaporozhye - 1:1.

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"ARARAT" (YEREVAN)

1975-1978

The debut for Ararat took place in March 1975 in a match with Bayern (Champions Cup).  On April 16, 1975, then the residents of Yerevan defeated Dnipropetrovsk Dnepr in front of their spectators - 3:0.

Alexander opened the account for his goals for the new team on May 16, 1976. In the 80th minute, he set the final result of the home match with Chernomorets Odessa - 4:0.

Mirzoyan also scored 5 goals for Ararat, all of them in Yerevan. In 1977, he hit the gates of the Voroshilovgrad "Dawn", the Odessa "Chernomorets" (from the penalty spot) and the Moscow "Lokomotiv". In 1978, he scored 11-meter goals against Neftchi Baku and Kairat Alma-Ata.

Command:

 

Personal:

       No. 3 - 1975

 

Team Prizes:  ​

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"TORPEDO" (MOSCOW) 1978

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USSR TEAM

1979-1980 

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"SPARTAK MOSCOW)

1979-1983

Having moved to the capital, Alexander first appeared in a red and white uniform on April 10, 1979 in Voroshilovgrad, where Spartak defeated Zorya - 2: 1.

The first goal was scored on May 2, 1979: in the 42nd minute, Mirzoyan converted a penalty in a home match with Dynamo Kyiv, which decided the fate of the meeting - 1:0.

For Spartak, he scored 8 more goals, all from the 11-meter mark. In 1979, CSKA and Ararat Yerevan suffered in Moscow, Pakhtakor in Tashkent, and SKA in Rostov-on-Don. Moreover, the goal on the banks of the Don became “golden” - it was he who provided the red-and-white championship. In 1980, Alexander upset fellow countrymen from Torpedo and Dynamo in Moscow, as well as Zenit Leningrad and Dynamo Tbilisi.

Command: ​​

 

Personal:

       No. 3 - 1980

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SPARTAK (KOSTROMA) 1986

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LOCOMOTIVE-NN (GORKY/NIZHNY NOVGOROD) 1987-1988 

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Moscow

Trainer

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UNION OF FOOTBALL VETERANS (SVF)

  • President of the Union of Football Veterans 

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RUSSIAN FOOTBALL UNION (RFU)

  • Advisor to the President of the Russian Football Union 

  • Member of the Executive Committee of the Russian Football Union 

  • Chairman of the Committee of Veterans of the Russian Football Union 

  • Member of the Technical Committee of the Russian Football Union 

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