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Arkady Georgiević Andreasyan (Armenian: Արկադի Անդրեասյան, Template:Lang-ru; born 11 August 1947) is a Soviet Armenian former footballer and manager. He is the manager of Ararat Yerevan, his sixth spell. He played for Ararat Yerevan in 1973 when Ararat won the Soviet Championship. Andreasyan also won a bronze medal at the 1972 Summer Olympics for the Soviet Union national team. He is the master of sport and the honoured manager of Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic (1982).

Honours[]

Player[]

Ararat Yerevan

  • Soviet Top League (1): (1973)
  • silver winner of Soviet Top League (1971, 1976)
  • Soviet Cup (2): (1973, 1975)
  • finalist of Soviet Cup (1976)

USSR Olympic Team


Individual

  • List of the 33 best Soviet football players (1st team – 1973, 1974; 2nd team – 1971, 1975)
  • The best forward of Soviet Top League 1976

Manager[]

  • silver winner of Armenian Premier League (1996/97, 1999, 2000)
  • winner of Armenian Independence Cup (1996/97)
  • finalist of Armenian Independence Cup (2001)
  • finalist of Armenian Supercup (1998)

External links[]

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