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Minija Kretinga

FK Minija is a Lithuanian football team from town Kretinga.

Participation in Lithuanian Championships

  • 2003 - 6th (2 Lyga West)
  • 2004 - 7th (2 Lyga West)
  • 2005 - 3rd (2 Lyga West)

Participation in LFF Cup

In 2009/2010 LFF Cup season FK Minija was defeated in the third round by FK Nevėžis 1 - 5 [1]

Squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.
No. Position Player
1 GK Martynas Draukšas
2 DF Gražvydas Gujis
3 DF Kazys Mažionis
4 MF Jevgenijs Koršakovs
5 DF Jurijus Kurbangalijevas
6 DF Viktors Jefremovs
9 MF Justas Vilavičius
12 DF Audrius Tolis
13 MF Irmantas Medutis
16 FW Švita Dovydas
17 MF Alison Silva
18 MF Stasys Vyšniauskas
25 DF Aivaras Lukošius
No. Position Player
28 MF Nerijus Jurkaitis
29 MF Artūras Kurbangalijevas
31 MF Gediminas Strikys
30 FW Leonardo Santos
33 MF Deivydas Gedvilas
42 MF Vilius Augutis
45 MF Dangirdas Žilinskas
70 DF Artiom Jerošenko
80 FW Mindaugas Juodis
88 GK Tadas Norbutas
92 DF Karolis Laukžemis


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