Metallurg

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Metallurg

 

(Metallurgist), a monthly industrial and popular publication of the Ministry of Ferrous Metallurgy of the USSR and the Central Committee of the Trade Union of Metallurgical Workers. Published in Moscow since 1956. An English translation is published in the USA.

Metallurg deals with problems of the adoption of new methods and advanced technology, mechanization and automation of production, modernization of equipment, and increase of labor productivity. It publishes items on the leading production workers in ferrous metallurgy production, on economics and safety technology in the field, and on the activity of creative associations. Circulation, 23,000 (1974).

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That's how I've ended up looking at these different opportunities in Ukraine with Metalurh Donetsk, in Canada with Toronto and now with Mumbai in India.
His next port of call was Metalurh Donetsk in the Ukrainian Premier League before ending last season with Blackpool.
Liverpool wanted the player, but found that his rights were split between Shakhtar and the player's former clubs Metalurh and Shakhtar Donetsk, the same summer.
O'Dea has done his rehab with the Scottish champions, having torn up a two-year deal with Ukrainian side Metalurh Donetsk after suffering the injury in a freak accident on a training run the night before his best friend's wedding in Cyprus in June.
The Irishman had his deal at Metalurh Donetsk torn up due to rebel fighting in the region and has returned to the UK in search of a new club.
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The Al Aweer club have also brought in Malian striker Dramane Traore, 31, from the Ukraine's Metalurh Donetsk in place of Brazilian striker Andre Alves.
Drogba urged Blues boss Jose Mourinho to sign him from Ukrainian club Metalurh Donetsk in 2005.
Ostensibly a central midfield, he has previously played for Pyunik Yerevan in his homeland and Metalurh Donetsk in Ukraine, and helped Shakhtar reach the knockout stages of last season's Champions League.
The Elland Road side have been drawn to play Ukrainian minnows Metalurh Zaporizhzhya and Leeds backers will be pleased to hear Terry Venables is giving the competition full respect.
Venables, who last ventured into Europe with Spurs in the 1991-92 season when they played in the old Cup Winners' Cup, first faces 'a step into the unknown' for Leeds' Uefa Cup first-round clash against Ukrainian unknowns FC Metalurh Zaporizhzhya.