Oleh Valeriyovych Protasov (Ukrainian: Олег Валерійович Протасов; born 4 February 1964, in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian former footballer who played as a striker. He was a key member of the Soviet Union national team throughout the 1980s; his 29 goals for the Soviet Union are second in the team's history, behind Oleh Blokhin's 42. It should be considered that his first name is often spelled as Oleg on most of international rosters, particularly during his playing career. Between October 2014 and March 2015, he was the head coach of Romanian club Astra Giurgiu.

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  • Oleh Valeriyovych Protasov (Ukrainian: Олег Валерійович Протасов; born 4 February 1964, in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian former footballer who played as a striker. He was a key member of the Soviet Union national team throughout the 1980s; his 29 goals for the Soviet Union are second in the team's history, behind Oleh Blokhin's 42. It should be considered that his first name is often spelled as Oleg on most of international rosters, particularly during his playing career. Between October 2014 and March 2015, he was the head coach of Romanian club Astra Giurgiu. (en)
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  • Oleh Valeriyovych Protasov (Ukrainian: Олег Валерійович Протасов; born 4 February 1964, in Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine) is a Ukrainian former footballer who played as a striker. He was a key member of the Soviet Union national team throughout the 1980s; his 29 goals for the Soviet Union are second in the team's history, behind Oleh Blokhin's 42. It should be considered that his first name is often spelled as Oleg on most of international rosters, particularly during his playing career. Between October 2014 and March 2015, he was the head coach of Romanian club Astra Giurgiu. (en)
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