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  • ...Tobol|Tobol]] to compete for the title and play in European competitions. In December 2009 Baltiev signed a 2-year contract with [[FC Zhemchuzhina-Sochi | 4. || 12 April 2001 || [[Al-Shaab Stadium|Al-Shaab]], [[Baghdad]], [[Iraq]] || {{fb|NEP}} || 0–6 || Win || [[2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC
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  • ...anned from football for one-year, after playing for [[FC Irtysh Pavlodar]] in the [[1998–99 Asian Club Championship]] whilst not being eligible.<ref na ...League]], he has scored 147 goals, putting him as the all-time top scorer in the tournament, until [[Nurbol Zhumaskaliyev]] beat his record.<ref>{{cite
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  • ...&lang=ru&id=362028562114380 Career stats by KLISF]</ref> He played 2 games in the [[UEFA Cup 2000–01]] for [[PFC CSKA Moscow]]. | 4. || 21 April 2001 || [[Al-Shaab Stadium]], [[Baghdad]], [[Iraq]] || {{fb|NEP}} || 6–0 || Won || [[2002 FIFA World Cup qualification (AFC
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  • | height = {{height|ft=5|in=11}} ...in [[Kazakhstan]], but left the country in 2001 to play for [[FC Rostov]] in [[Russia]].
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  • {{For|the Russian footballer born in 1991|Boris Ignatyev (footballer, born 1991)}} | caption = Ignatyev in 2007
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