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Maxim Panteleymonenko
 
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Russian Federation
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Zenit KAZAN Zenit KAZAN
First name: Maxim 
Last name: Panteleymonenko 
Gender: Male 
Weight: 90kg (198lb) 
Height: 202cm (6ft 7in) 
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Place of birth: Poltava 
Date of birth : 01.09.1981 
Country: Russian Federation 
EU Passport: NO 
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TUR M: Konarski – „Watching PlusLiga games now, I think this season would be tiring for me“

Also has something about his paycheck. He has to accept the 400 Ziraat offered of course! Lets be honest and stop the hipocrisy. Players have to get the best they can from their carreer. So why not play in a weak tournament but earn twice what you would being home?? Congrats to the best decision Konarsky has ever made in his entire carreer Reply

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RUS W: Goncharova – “I feel more confident because coach Terzic makes me feel that way”

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Vakifbank risks with their service and is still considered the strongest club in the world. Alekno made the biggest risk of them all by putting Muserskiy to opposite and Mikhailov to outside attacker in the London Olympics while still considered the best in their original positions...So how is that risk is bad? Players need to master and overcome the risk to not call it anymore as risk. Reply