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|Full name||Anatoli Yevstigneyevich Maslyonkin|
|Date of birth||June 29, 1930|
|Place of birth||Moscow, USSR|
|Date of death||May 16, 1988 57)(aged|
|Place of death||Moscow, USSR|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1954–1963||FC Spartak Moscow||216||(8)|
|1964–1966||FC Shinnik Yaroslavl||89||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
|Olympic medal record|
|Representing Soviet Union|
|1956 Melbourne||Team Competition|
Anatoli Yevstigneyevich Maslyonkin (Russian : Анатолий Евстигнеевич Маслёнкин; June 29, 1930 – May 16, 1988) was a Soviet Russian footballer.
He earned 33 caps for the USSR national football team, and participated in two World Cups, as well as the first ever European Nations' Cup in 1960, where the Soviets were champions. He also won a gold medal in Football at the 1956 Summer Olympics
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