Georgi Ulyanov - Playing Career

Playing Career

2005 FC Shinnik Yaroslavl Premier League 1st level0 1/0*
2006 FC Shinnik Yaroslavl Premier League 1st level 0/0
2007 FC Shinnik Yaroslavl First League 2nd level 0/0
---- Dinaburg Daugavpils0 LMT Virslīga 1st level 7/0

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