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Alexeï Paramanov

Aleksei Paramonov
Personal information
Full nameAleksei Aleksandrovich Paramonov
Date of birth (1925-02-21) 21 February 1925 (age 89)
Place of birthBorovsk, Soviet Union
Playing positionStriker/Midfielder
Senior career*
1944-1945Stroitel Moscow?
1946-1947VVS Moscow9(2)
1947-1959FC Spartak Moscow264(63)
National team
Teams managed
1960-1965Soviet Union U-19
1965-1967Étoile Sahel
1967-1969Soviet Union U-21
1969-1971Soviet Union (assistant)
1973-1974Soviet Union (assistant)
1976-1977Étoile Sahel
1979-1984Soviet Union U-21
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Olympic medal record
Competitor for  Soviet Union
Men's Football
Gold 1956 Melbourne Team Competition

Aleksei Aleksandrovich Paramonov (Russian: Алексей Александрович Парамонов) (born February 21, 1925 in Borovsk) is a retired Soviet football player and manager.


  • Olympic champion: 1956.
  • Soviet Top League winner: 1952, 1953, 1956, 1958.
  • Soviet Top League runner-up: 1954, 1955.
  • Soviet Top League bronze: 1948, 1949, 1957.
  • Soviet Cup winner: 19560, 1958.
  • Soviet Cup runner-up: 1952, 1957.

As a manager:

International career

Paramonov made his debut for USSR on September 8, 1954 in a friendly against Sweden. He played in a 1958 FIFA World Cup qualifier, but was not selected for the final tournament squad.

External links

  • (Russian) Profile
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