Yuri Rozanov

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Yuri Rozanov
Юрий Альбертович Розанов
Yuri Albertovich Rozanov

(1961-06-12)12 June 1961
Died3 March 2021(2021-03-03) (aged 59)
OccupationSports TV commentator

Yuri Albertovich Rozanov (Russian : Ю́рий Альбе́ртович Ро́занов; 12 June 1961 – 3 March 2021) [1] was a Russian sports TV commentator, mainly working on broadcasts of football and ice hockey matches. Together with Sergey Crabu, they were awarded the TEFI in the category sports commentator / presenter of the sports program in 2012. [2] [3] [4]



Rozanov studied at the secondary school № 1 in Vidnoye, Moscow Oblast. He also studied at the Moscow Power Engineering Institute, at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering, but did not graduate. [5]

Rozanov started his career on the channel NTV Plus. [6] He was head of the Editorial Board. [7]

On 1 September 2012 Rozanov became a commentator on Ukrainian channels. [8] He left Ukraine in April 2014 due to the political situation in the country. [9]

Between November 2015 and his death, Rozanov was a commentator of football and hockey broadcasts on Match TV. [10]

Rozanov was married and had one daughter. [11]

He died on 3 March 2021 from cancer. [12] [13] He is buried at Mitinskoe Cemetery.

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  8. Юрий Розанов уйдёт с «НТВ-Плюс» в украинскую телекомпанию
  9. Юрий Розанов: «Не могу уйти от ежеминутного переживания»
  10. "Юрий Розанов: «Я буду работать на «Матч ТВ» и на каналах «НТВ-Плюс»". Советский спорт. 10 October 2015.
  11. Я же рыжий. А это состояние души
  12. Умер Юрий Розанов. Ему было 59 лет
  13. «Либо помру, либо буду работать». Ушёл из жизни комментатор Юрий Розанов