Former Dynamo player disqualified for match-fixing and his club stripped of championship

Maxim InshakovSport
Dynamo Kyiv
Korzun with Dynamo Kyiv (2017) - third from the left in the bottom row

Belarusian former Dynamo Kyiv footballer Nikita Korzun received a one-year ban and a fine of 11,100 Belarusian rubles (~$4,400). The 28-year-old native of Minsk was caught in match-fixing.

According to the website of the Control and Disciplinary Committee of the Belarusian Football Federation Association (ABFF), Shakhtar Soligorsk, for whom Nikita has played for the past two years, has been stripped of the Belarusian championship in the 2022 season.

The club was also fined 30 points in the 2023 season and 20 points in the 2024 season.


As OBOZREVATEL previously reported, Korzun signed a contract with Dynamo Kyiv in February 2016. During his 2.5 years in Kyiv, he played 30 matches in all tournaments for the first team of the White and Blues. He became the champion of Ukraine in the 2015/16 season and the winner of the 2016 Ukrainian Super Cup.


Since 2018, he has played on loan at his native Dynamo Minsk, Al Fateh (Saudi Arabia) and Vilafranquense (Portugal).


In September 2020, he joined Shakhtar Soligorsk, where he played in 44 matches.

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