Vardan Minasyan

Vardan Minasyan

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Vardan Minasyan

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Vardan Minasyan (, born on 5 January 1974 in Yerevan, Soviet Union) is an Armenian football manager and former player, midfielder.

Player career

Vardan has spent his club career in Armenian Premier League club Pyunik Yerevan, he was also a member of the Armenia national team, particiapted in 11 international matches since his debut in away friendly match against Peru on 20 June 1996.

Managerial career

He started manager's career at Pyunik as assistant coach. Prior to his appointment as manager of Armenia national team, Minasyan was also the assistant coach of Ian Porterfield, along with fellow assistant coach Tom Jones. When Porterfield resigned as coach in August 2007 due to suffering from advanced cancer, Minasyan was appointed manager of Armenia, and Englishman Tom Jones became his assistant coach and lasted six matches as a manager of Armenia, before being terminated. In January 2008, when Jan Poulsen became Armenia's new coach, Vardan was appointed assistant coach again, and after in March 2009, when Poulsen has been sacked because of poor performances, he temporarily became a head coach again. In June 2008 Minasyan became a manager of Pyunik, he replaced Armen Gyulbudaghyants after Pyunik's away loss against Gandzasar Kapan. In February 2010, after Euro 2012 qualifying draw ceremony in Warsaw, he was assigned to manage Armenia national team till the end of qualifying campaign.

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