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Walt Zakaluznyj (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалюжний) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for Sian Przemyśl. After World War II, Zakaluznyj moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg.

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  • Walt Zakaluznyj (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалюжний) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for Sian Przemyśl. After World War II, Zakaluznyj moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg.
  • Walter Zakaluznyj (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалюжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for Sian Przemyśl. After World War II, Zakaluznyj moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. Zakaluznyj died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
  • Walter Zakaluzny (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалyжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for . After World War II, Zakaluzny moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. Zakaluznyj died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
  • Walter Zakaluzny (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалyжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for . After World War II, Zakaluzny moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. Zakaluzny died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
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  • Walt Zakaluznyj (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалюжний) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for Sian Przemyśl. After World War II, Zakaluznyj moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. As a Ukrainian immigrant to Canada, Zakaluznyj played for a number of soccer teams in North America, including the Toronto Ukrainians, the Rochester Ukrainians, the Toronto Tridents, and the Montreal Ukrainians.
  • Walter Zakaluznyj (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалюжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for Sian Przemyśl. After World War II, Zakaluznyj moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. As a Ukrainian immigrant to Canada, Zakaluznyj played for a number of soccer teams in North America, including the Toronto Ukrainians, the Rochester Ukrainians, the Toronto Tridents, and the Montreal Ukrainians. Zakaluznyj died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
  • Walter Zakaluzny (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалyжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for . After World War II, Zakaluzny moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. As a Ukrainian immigrant to Canada, Zakaluzny played for a number of soccer teams in North America, including the Toronto Ukrainians, the Rochester Ukrainians, the Toronto Tridents, and the Montreal Ukrainians. Zakaluznyj died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
  • Walter Zakaluzny (Ukrainian: Володимир Закалyжний) (May 2, 1925 – September 1, 2013) was a Canadian international soccer player who earned two caps for the national team in 1957. He made his professional debut for . After World War II, Zakaluzny moved to West Germany where he lived in a displaced persons camp from 1945 to 1950. He played soccer for a number of teams in Germany such as , Phönix Karlsruhe, , , Jahn Regensburg and Schwaben Augsburg. As a Ukrainian immigrant to Canada, Zakaluzny played for a number of soccer teams in North America, including the Toronto Ukrainians, the Rochester Ukrainians, the Toronto Tridents, and the Montreal Ukrainians. Zakaluzny died on September 1, 2013 from natural causes.
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