Name
Alexander Kerzhakov

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Born
1982 (38 years old)

Birth Place
Kingisepp, Russian SFSR

Position
Forward

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1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)

Weight
62 kg

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Aleksandr Anatolyevich Kerzhakov (Russian: Александр Анатольевич Кержаков, born 27 November 1982) is a Russian football manager and a former Russian international striker. He is the manager of the Russia national under-18 football team.

He is the most prolific goalscorer in the history of Russian football, with the number of goals scored in competitive games standing at 233. He is described as a forward who likes to "drop deep to link with the midfield, expecting players to break beyond him" for whom he creates space.

A full international since 2002, Kerzhakov has earned 90 caps for Russia and played at two World Cups and two European Championships. In 2014, he surpassed the record held by Vladimir Beschastnykh for most goals for Russia.


Career Honours




2014-2015

Zenit St Petersburg



2011-2012

Zenit St Petersburg



2010

Dinamo Moscow



2009-2010

Dinamo Moscow



2007

Sevilla



2006-2007

Sevilla



2006-2007

Zenit St Petersburg


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2001-2006

2002-2016

2006-2008

2008-2010

2010-2017

2015-2016


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