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post #1 of 53 (permalink) Old March 28th, 2007, 22:05 Thread Starter
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Andrei Pereplyotkin

I'm looking at the lineup for Latvia vs Liechtenstein. Look who's on the bench its Andrei Pereplyotkin. Is this the same Andriy Pereplyotkin that was going to play for Ukraine, born in Kharkiv?

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post #2 of 53 (permalink) Old March 28th, 2007, 22:15
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Yes, but his name now is Andrejs Perepletkins p

P.S. FInal score Liechteinstein 1:0 Latvia p
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post #3 of 53 (permalink) Old March 28th, 2007, 22:18 Thread Starter
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No, is actually is listed as Andrei Pereplyotkin. Look at UEFA site.
Are you sure though? When did this happen?
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He became Latvian either in March or February. Yurchishin mentioned it earlier this month here on the forum.
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post #5 of 53 (permalink) Old March 29th, 2007, 06:33
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That means Southampton could now get a work permit for him.

Dynamo Kyiv are better than Shakhtar Donnetsk!
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He has changed his name slightly because in both Latvia and Lithuania you have to "localise" your name to be granted citizenship.

"You don't play football for the name on the back of your shirt, you play football for the name on the front."
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By localize you mean add "s" to everything p
In that case my name would be Romans
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Oh well, good luck to him! I'm sure he's not good enough to play for Ukraine, otherwise he would have been playing for U21 UNT.
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post #10 of 53 (permalink) Old March 29th, 2007, 17:04
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He became Latvian either in March or February. Yurchishin mentioned it earlier this month here on the forum.
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post #11 of 53 (permalink) Old March 29th, 2007, 17:17 Thread Starter
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A great name
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post #12 of 53 (permalink) Old March 29th, 2007, 17:42
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Pereplyotkin is ethnic Russian according to a Uefa.com report on him.

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post #13 of 53 (permalink) Old March 29th, 2007, 17:46
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By localize you mean add "s" to everything p
In that case my name would be Romans

Yea they have a policy of de-Russifying every aspect of their society, especially in Latvia. They don't mind when we win them gold medals or play for their NT though, where we make up the majority.

Though there is a history of de-Russifying names in other countries as well.


The Ukrainian 'iv' sound is the best example. If you have a last name that ends with 'iv' chances are you have some Russian ancestry

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I lived and worked for a year in Vilnius, Lithuania teaching English and I had students who were called, say, Ivan Sokolev who were told by their employers they would be sacked unless they changed their name to Ivanas Sokolevas.

Disgusting really, your name is your identity.

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First of all I have to admit that Russia has a long history of this sort of practise, just look at Central Asia, Azerbaijan, the Tartars, etc. But this was a long long time ago, I dont see any of this present day.

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I would consider what I saw in Lithuania (I lived in two Russian areas of Vilnius, Pascilaicai and Seskine) and also saw in Latvia was blatent racism.

In fact in Lithuania, Russian pensioners were offered money to go and live in Belarus.

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Lithuania has a long history with Poland which attributed heavily to that kind of attitude imho. I never had a problem with Lithuanians, they're always partying at the Russian resturaunts over here

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Pereplyotkin is ethnic Russian according to a Uefa.com report on him.
He was born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Read the article.
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If a dog is born in a stable does that make him a horse? Anyway I don't care.

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The Ukrainian 'iv' sound is the best example. If you have a last name that ends with 'iv' chances are you have some Russian ancestry
Russian ancestry? Russia came from Kyiv Rus
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