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Hennadiy Lysenchuk

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Hennadiy Lysenchuk
Personal information
Full name Hennadiy Anatoliyovych Lysenchuk
Date of birth (1947-12-18) 18 December 1947 (age 73)
Place of birth Chibizovka, Zherdevsky District, Russian SFSR
Position(s) Goalkeeper
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1967 FC Silbud Poltava
1968 FC Dnipro Kremenchuk
1969 FC Shakhtar Kadiivka 16 (0)
1970–1972 FC Zorya Luhansk 1 (0)
1973–1977 SC Tavriya Simferopol 121 (0)
1978–1979 FC Krylya Sovetov Kuibyshev 56 (0)
1980 FC Metalurh Zaporizhia 15 (0)
1982 FC Kolos Nikopol 1 (0)
National team
1979 Russian SFSR
Teams managed
1984–1987 FC Kolos Nikopol
1988–1989 FC Sudnobudivnyk Mykolaiv
1989 FC Vorskla Poltava (assistant)
1990 FC Vorskla Poltava
1990–1991 FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Hennadiy Lysenchuk (Ukrainian: Геннадій Анатолійович Лисенчук, born 18 December 1947 in Zherdevsky District) is a former Soviet footballer and coach.

Lysenchuk started his professional career in the Soviet First League in 1968–1969 playing for Ukrainian clubs from Kremenchuk and Kadiivka. In 1970 he made his debut in the Soviet Top League playing for FC Zorya Luhansk.

After not actively playing in Voroshilovgrad, in 1973 Lysenchuk signed with SC Tavriya Simferopol with which he became champions of Ukraine and spent the next four years. While playing in the First League, in 1978 he signed with Krylya Sovetov and earned promotion to the Top League. In 1979 Lysenchuk was the main goalie for the Volga team at the Soviet top division. He also represented the Russian football team at the Soviet Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR.

In 1980–1981 Lysenchuk played for Ukrainian club from Zaporizhia and Poltava and for FC Dnipro reserve team in the Soviet reserve competitions. In 1982 he signed with FC Kolos Nikopol, but soon retired.

After a short while Lysenchuk was appointed a head coach of FC Kolos Nikopol which he managed until 1987. In 1988–1989 he managed Sudostroitel Nikolayev (MFC Mykolaiv). In 1989–1990 he coached in Poltava first as an assistant, but later as a head coach. After that and until dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1991, Lysenchuk led FC Kryvbas Kryvyi Rih.

In in independent Ukraine since 1993 Lysenchuk was heading the Ukrainian association of futsal. In 1995 he lost elections to become president of the Football Federation of Ukraine to Viktor Bannikov.

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