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<br>Miroslav A. Lobantsev (May 27, 1995, Moscow, Russia) – Russian footballer, goalkeeper of the Kyzyl-Zhar SK club.<br>CareerClub<br>Born in Moscow, where he started playing football at the Spartak school. In 2004 he moved to the Lokomotiv school. In August 2011 he was announced to participate in the . As part of the youth team, he made his debut on August 20, in the match with Krasnodar, in which he came on as a substitute in the 87th minute of the game.<br><br>The footballer’s progress was noticed by the head coach of Lokomotiv Slaven Bilic, who took the player to the summer camp in Slovenia. At the training camp, the goalkeeper took part in all four friendly matches and did not concede a single goal. On July 13, Bilic said that Miroslav impressed him at the training camp. He also noted that if Guilherme does not have time to recover from injury before the match of the first round of the Premier League with Mordovia, then most likely Lobantsev will take a place in the team’s goal. On July 20, Lobantsev appeared in the starting lineup of Lokomotiv, making his debut for the first team in official matches. In the meeting, he two goals, but the team won 3: 2.<br><br>On October 5, 2013, he signed a new contract with the club, calculated until the summer of 2016.<br><br>On July 16, 2015, he transferred on loan to Samara until the end of the 2015/2016 season, played one match each in the Cup and the championship. Returning to Lokomotiv, he played 45 matches in the youth championship in two seasons. In January 2018 he trained with Kuban. In June 2018, he at the training camp of the FNL „Rotor» Volgograd club and signed a contract in early July. At the beginning of December 2019, Lobantsev, among several players, was asked to terminate the contract, and on February 26, 2020 he transferred to the Kazakhstani Kyzyl-Zhar SK.<br>In the national team<br>Since 2011, he has played for the youth national team of Russia (under 17). On May 24, 2013 he received a call-up to the first Russian national team. For the matches of the Russian national team with Sweden (October 9) and Moldova (October 12) he was included in the extended list. Not included in the final list.<br>Achievements<br> Lokomotiv (Moscow)<br>Winner of the Russian Youth Championship: 2011Russian Cup Winner: 2014/2015, 2016/2017