|Date of birth||26 January 1956|
|Place of birth||Ozurgeti, Georgian SSR|
|Date of death||24 January 2012(aged 55)|
|Place of death||Kutaisi, Georgia|
|Height||1.76 m (5 ft 9+1⁄2 in)|
|1992–1993||FC Samgurali Tskhaltubo||31||(41)|
|1995–1996||FC Samgurali Tskhaltubo||38||(31)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
In 1977 he joined FC Guria Lanchkhuti playing in the Soviet Second League. He scored 88 goals in 188 games. He was top scorer in 1978-1979 when they were promoted to the Soviet First League and was top scorer for the next two seasons.
He returned to Guria in 1987 and then again in 1991 playing in the recently formed Georgian Umaglesi Liga. In 1992 he moved to FC Samgurali Tskhaltubo where in his only season, he scored 41 goals in just 31 games, making him the top scorer in Europe for the season, although wasn't officially recognised as such. It remains a Georgian league record. He moved to FC Margveti Zestafoni where he was the league's top scorer again with 31 goals in 31 games. In total, he scored 104 goals in 140 matches in the Umaglesi Liga and 343 goals in 665 games in all competitions.
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