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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The Monaco-based agent has represented Toure since befriending him when the player was about to move Ukrainian club Metalurh Donetsk from Beveren in 2003.
O'Dea ended his playing time at Dundee in May, having made over 300 club appearances across Celtic, Reading, IpswichTown, Leeds United,Toronto FC, Metalurh Donetsk, Blackpool and Mumbai City.
Prior to his one-season stay in Serbia, Leonardo had spells in Russia (Anzhi Makhachkala - 2014-2016), Azerbaijan (Gabala - 2013-2014), Ukraine (Metalurh Donetsk - 2013) and Cyprus (Enosis Neon Para 2012-2013).
Apollon is his fourth Cypriot club, interrupted by a two-year stint in Ukraine with Metalurh Donetsk.
For Toure, who played in the Urkaine early in his career for now-defunct Metalurh Donetsk and who won the Champions League with Barca in 2009, a domestic and European Double this year would be a fitting way to mark his sixth anniversary at the Etihad.
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.
Key players: Most of the squad are based in Cyprus but Swiss-based striker Demetris Christofi (Sion) and midfielder Constantinos Makrides (Metalurh Donetsk) do play abroad.
We need to give our best on the pitch." Key players: Most of the squad are based in Cyprus but Swiss-based striker Demetris Christofi (Sion) and midfielder Constantinos Makrides (Metalurh Donetsk) do play abroad.
Their last game in the league ended in a 2-2 draw against Metalurh Donetsk, with former Arsenal star Eduardo coming on from the bench to score the equaliser.
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.