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  1. Vladímir Vitálievich Bystrov (en ruso: Влади́мир Вита́льевич Быстро́в; Luga, Unión Soviética, actual Rusia, 31 de enero de 1984) es un exfutbolista ruso. Jugaba de centrocampista.

  2. Vladimir Sergeyevich Bystrov ( Russian: Владимир Серге́евич Быстров, born 31 January 1984) is a Russian former footballer who played as a right winger . Career. FC Zenit Saint Petersburg. Bystrov began his career in youth club Smena. In 2001, he transferred to Zenit. On 8 May 2002, he made his debut in the Zenit squad.

  3. Vladimír Bystrov (7 August 1935 – 1 June 2010) was a Czech journalist, film critic, commentator and translator . Early life. Bystrov was the son of Nikolay Vladimirovich Bystrov, who fled Russia in 1920, settled in Prague, but then was taken back to Russia to a concentration camp at the end of World War II.

  4. Check out the latest domestic and international stats, match logs, goals, height, weight and more for Vladimir Bystrov playing for FC Zenit Saint Petersburg, FC Spartak Moscow and Russia men's national team in the Russian Premier League, Champions League and European Championship.

  5. Datos de rendimiento de toda la carrera. Vladimir Bystrov es un antiguo jugador de Rusia, (* 31/01/1984 en Luga, St. Petersburg Region, UdSSR). Bystrov jugó en FC Tosno (-2018) (Tosno). Jugaba en la posición de Medio campo.

  6. Date of birth/Age: Jan 31, 1984 (40) Place of birth: Luga, St. ... Citizenship: Russia. Height: 1,77 m. Position: Right Midfield. Former International: Russia. Caps/Goals: 47 / 4. Currently working as: Assistant Manager Club: Russia U18.

  7. Timeline. Vladimir Bystrov was born in 1969 in St. Petersburg. Actor, director, and artist, he graduated from the St. Petersburg Theatre Academy. The pieces in which he performed received numerous awards from the most important theatre festivals.