Sergey Yaromko

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Sergey Yaromko
Personal information
Full name Sergey Valeryevich Yaromko
Date of birth (1967-04-07) 7 April 1967 (age 52)
Place of birth Minsk, Belarusian SSR
Playing position Forward
Club information
Current team
Belarus U21 (manager)
Youth career
1984–1985 Dinamo Minsk
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1985–1988 Burevestnik Minsk
1989–1990 Meliorator Chimkent 70 (24)
1991 Alga Frunze 24 (5)
1992 Metal Kluczbork
1993 Shinnik Bobruisk 25 (9)
1993–1994 Fandok Bobruisk 29 (24)
1995–1996 MPKC Mozyr 53 (31)
1997–2000 Torpedo-MAZ Minsk 103 (39)
2001 SKAF Minsk 14 (4)
National team
1994 Belarus 1 (0)
Teams managed
2001 SKAF Minsk
2005 Smena Minsk
2005–2009 Minsk
2010 Dinamo Minsk (assistant)
2011 SKVICH Minsk
2012 Belshina Bobruisk
2012–2013 Irtysh Pavlodar (assistant)
2014–2019 Gorodeya
2019– Belarus U21
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Sergey Yaromko (Belarusian: Сяргей Яромка (Syarhey Yaromka); Russian: Серге́й Яромко; born 7 April 1967) is a former Belarusian footballer (forward) and currently a coach. Since June 2019 he is a head coach for Belarus national under-21 football team.[1]

Playing career[edit]

In his early career Yaromko played in Belarusian SSR league for Burevestnik Minsk, before leaving to play a few seasons in Central Asia and Poland.

He returned to Belarus in 1993 and immediately became one of the most prolific strikers of Belarusian Premier League. He scored 103 goals in 184 games between 1993 and 2000 and became a league top scorer twice (in 1995 and 1998). Despite this, he didn't have much of a career in Belarus national team, for which he only played once (friendly match against Poland in 1994).

He spent his last season before retirement in 2001 as a player-manager for SKAF Minsk in the Second League


MPKC Mozyr


Manager career[edit]

After one season with SKAF Minsk, Yaromko spent next few years studying for a manager. In 2005, he managed Smena Minsk and at the end of the year was appointed as a head coach of a new club FC Minsk, which took over Smena license. He left Minsk in 2009, after which he worked in Dinamo Minsk and SKVICH Minsk.


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