Ina Boyko is a Moldovan-Azerbaijani football goalkeeper currently playing for Gintra Universitetas, in Lithuania's A Lyga and the UEFA Women's Champions League. She played with the Moldova under-19 football team in 2002, and in 2005 she made her debut in the UEFA Women's Cup with . Not having played for the Moldovan senior team, disbanded in 2006, she played the 2011 World Cup qualifiers with the short-lived Azerbaijani national team, which recruited players from other CIS countries.

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  • Ina Boyko is a Moldovan-Azerbaijani football goalkeeper currently playing for Gintra Universitetas, in Lithuania's A Lyga and the UEFA Women's Champions League. She played with the Moldova under-19 football team in 2002, and in 2005 she made her debut in the UEFA Women's Cup with . Not having played for the Moldovan senior team, disbanded in 2006, she played the 2011 World Cup qualifiers with the short-lived Azerbaijani national team, which recruited players from other CIS countries. (en)
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  • Ina Boyko is a Moldovan-Azerbaijani football goalkeeper currently playing for Gintra Universitetas, in Lithuania's A Lyga and the UEFA Women's Champions League. She played with the Moldova under-19 football team in 2002, and in 2005 she made her debut in the UEFA Women's Cup with . Not having played for the Moldovan senior team, disbanded in 2006, she played the 2011 World Cup qualifiers with the short-lived Azerbaijani national team, which recruited players from other CIS countries. (en)
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