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Miroslav Aleksandrovich  LOBANTSEV

Goalkeeper Russia

Height Weight Born
189 sm 80 kg 27 May 1995
4
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First match: FC Mordovia - FC Lokomotiv20 July 2012

Joined Lokomotiv: 10 August 2011

Former club: Lokomotiv Academy

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Player Info

Born in Moscow, Miroslav Lobantsev started learning football in Spartak Soccer School as a defender. When he turned 9, he was made a goalkeeper and half a year later moved to Lokomotiv Soccer Academy.

Here Miroslav became a professional. Gradually Loko’s Team-1995 became one of the strongest in the country and its main keeper Miroslav Lobantsev, nicknamed Mira, became a frequenter at the Loko’s Youth Team training sessions. In March 2011, he played one of the most important games in his career, as he says – the game between Lokomotiv main squad and the Youth team.

Later that year, another important event happened in Mira’s life: Loko’s Team-1995 won the Russian Championship. Soon after that, Lobantsev was taken from the Academy to the Youth team, became the manager’s regular pick and in spring 2012 played 8 matches in a row.

Lobantsev’s progress didn’t go unnoticed by Slaven Bilic and Mira was taken to the main squad’s training camp in Slovenia. He played in all four friendlies there, twice as a starter, and secured his goal intact.

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    Statistics

    Tournaments Ap G A YC RC SI WS
    Friendlies2 (0)0 (0)2
    ROSGOSSTRAKH Youth League27 (26)-37 (-2)13
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    Honours

    Year Honours
    2011 Russian championship winner (1995 birthday)
    2013 Granatkin Memorial champion
    2013 Commonwealth of Independent States Cup champion
    2015 Russian Cup champion
    2017 Russian cup champion

    Career

    Year Club Ap G
    2011 - 2015 FC Lokomotiv (Moscow) 4
    2015 - 2016 Krylia Sovetov (loan) 2
    2016 - FC Lokomotiv (Moscow)