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11. Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev
Date of Birth: 04 January 1993
Age: 25
Place of birth: Moscow (Russia)
Citizenship: Ukraine
Height: 178
Weight: 72

When Vladyslav was 8 years old his father took him to the “Eurobis” football school in Kyiv. He made progress quickly and 2 years later he was invited to Dynamo Kyiv football academy. His first coaches were Valeriy Shabelnykov and Euhen Rudakov.
When Kalytvintsev-junior was 16 he was noticed by coaches of Dynamo-2. His first goal in official matches Vladyslav scored against Kharkiv football club. Later Vladyslav’s famous father Juriy Kalytvintsev became the manager of Dynamo 2. Vladyslav says that father was stricter with him than with other players.
Many specialists say that Vladyslav plays just like his father did while Juriy Kalytvintsev notices that his son is faster and has a better shot than he had. When Vladyslav was only 17 the former manager of Dynamo Valeriy Gazaev took him to his team. Kalytvintsev-junior played rather well in friendly matches and even scored one goal. Vladyslav says that he had good relations with older partners many of whom he saw only on TV before.

Young record breaker

Vladyslav Kalytvintsev made his debut for Dynamo in the Ukrainian Premier League in the last match of 2009/2010 season against Metalurh Zaporizhya. In that match Artem Milevskyi scored after his pass. Vladyslav became the youngest debutant in the history of Dynamo.
Unfortunately after that Vladyslav injured his knee. Having recovered half a year later he scored a goal in the match against Metalurh Zaporizhya reserve team. In May 2011 Juriy Semin let him play in the match against Volyn Lutsk.
In this season Vladyslav scores rather often in matches of Ukrainian Premier Reserve League. Most of goals scored by Kalytvintsev-junior are very impressive. But another injury prevented him from playing till January 2012. Now he is ready to play again. The coaches of Dynamo rely on him very much.

Stats in season 2018/2019

Comp. Games Goals
UPL Championship 1 0
Training Camp 4 0
Frendlies 4 0
Eurocaps 0 0

Stats in Dynamo Kyiv *

  UPL UEL UC UEL Play-offs USC
Season M G M G M G M G M G
2017/2018 Dynamo K
2015/2016 Dynamo K
2014/2015 Dynamo K 6 1 2 0 3 1 3 0 1 0
2013/2014 Dynamo K 3 1 2 0
2012/2013 Dynamo K 1 0
2011/2012 Dynamo K 1 0 1 0
2010/2011 Dynamo K 1 0
2009/2010 Dynamo K 1 0
* - Base statistics at time of filling
UPL
— Ukrainian League
UEL
— UEFA Europa League Group J
UC
— Datagroup Ukrainian Cup
UEL Play-offs
— UEFA Europa League Play-off
USC
— Ukrainian Super Cup
M
— Games Played
G
— Goals for

FC Dynamo Kyiv

Bronze medal winner of Ukraine Premier League season 2012/13

Silver medal winner of youth Ukraine championship 2012/13

Ukraine Cup 2014, 2015

Ukraine Premier League winner 2014/15

Ukraine

Playing for Ukraine (U-21) named the Best midfielder of Lobanovsky Memorial 2013

The winner of Commonwealth Cup 2014 in Ukraine (U-21)

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “Zoria are good spirited opponent”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “Zoria are good spirited opponent”

The White-Blues halfback Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev has shared his impressions of FC Dynamo Kyiv UPL matchday 19 opponent FC Zoria Luhansk:

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “There will be no underestimation”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “There will be no underestimation”

Ukraine U-21 have defeated Switzerland 2:0 in Cherkasy.

Watch “U21” Football TV channel project with Buialskyi and Kalytvyntsev starring

Watch “U21” Football TV channel project with Buialskyi and Kalytvyntsev starring

Before the Ukraine U-21 decisive Euro-2015 qualifier against Switzerland Football TV channel will broadcast another part of “U21” project.

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I’m always ready to play for Ukraine”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I’m always ready to play for Ukraine”

FC Dynamo Kyiv and Ukraine U-21 midfielder Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev has told about preparation for 2015 European Under-21 Championship qualifiers and about club affairs:

Four Dynamo players contribute to Ukraine U-21 lopsided victory against Liechtenstein

Four Dynamo players contribute to Ukraine U-21 lopsided victory against Liechtenstein

FC Dynamo Kyiv performers Serhiy Miakushko, Andriy Tsurikov and Vitaliy Buialskyi were among Ukraine U-21 first eleven as the Yellow-Blues defeated Liechtenstein within the 2015 European Under-21 Championship qualification – 5:2.

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “Everything is fine, I’m recovering”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “Everything is fine, I’m recovering”

FC Dynamo Kyiv halfback Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev keeps recovering from fracture of jaw he suffered as bandits attacked him in Kyiv on February 17.

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I’m very glad to try my hand at the Europa League”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I’m very glad to try my hand at the Europa League”

Dynamo Kyiv halfback Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev, who plays on loan for FC Slovan Liberec, has told about his impressions of the new team.

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I took a risk and scored a good goal”

Vladyslav KALYTVYNTSEV: “I took a risk and scored a good goal”

Vladyslav Kalytvyntsev played in all matches of the Commonwealth of Independent States Cup in Russia.

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