Viktor Pasulko

From Kazakhstan Encyclopedia

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Viktor Vasyl'ovych Pasulko (Template:Lang-ua) (born 1 January 1961 in Ilnitsa, Ukrainian SSR) is a retired ex-USSR footballer[1] of Ukrainian origin. He most recently served as head coach of Orlandina in Italy's Serie D.

Club career

Pasulko played most of his career as a midfielder in various teams in the former USSR. The last ten years of his career he spent in Germany playing for lower division teams.

Managerial career

He was plucked from amateur football to succeed Alexandru Spiridon as Moldova national football team manager in January 2002.

In July 2014 he was surprisingly named new head coach of Italian Serie D amateurs Orlandina.[2] His experience in Sicily was however short-lived as he was sacked on 22 September 2014 after just collecting three draws in the first three league games.[3]

International career

Pasulko made his debut for Soviet Union on 20 February 1988 in a friendly against Italy. He played at the UEFA Euro 1988, including the final game against Netherlands and scoring a goal in a group match against England.




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