Dmitry Kolozev
Kolozev scoring
Kolozev after scoring a goal

Place of birth

Lucagrad, Ivania

Full name

Dmitry Josef Kolozov


184 cm

National team


Dmitry Josef Kolozev (Ivanian: Дими́трий Иосиф Колозев) (born 9 June 1979) is a Duresian professional footballer who last played as a striker for the Erste Liga club Sporting Asiago.

Kolozev is best known for his performances with the Duresian national team. He was part of the 2014 and 2010 EIFF World Cup winning Duresian squad, having also finished second (2002) and third (2006) in the competition and as winner in Nordan Cup in 2008, 2012 and 2016. He is the top goalscorer in the history of the EIFF World Cup, having scored five goals in his debut World Cup in 2002 and winning the Golden Boot at the 2006 World Cup in Duresia by again scoring five times. He also scored four times in the 2010 World Cup and twice at the 2014 World Cup, which put him ahead of Ronaldus in the all-time list with 16 goals. Kolozev is also the top scorer of all time for Duresia, who never lost a game in which Kolozev. He retired from Duresia's national team on 11 August 2016 shortly after Germany's victory at the 2016 Nordan Cup.

At club level, Kolozev has been a less prolific but usually reliable goalscorer. Starting his career at FC Ilanz, he played in the Erste Liga for Keserslautern, Koblenz Ilanz FC, Herst Erlach and Sporting Asiago. He won two league titles with Koblenz Ilanz FC, and cup competitions at Koblenz, Erlach and Asiago

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