1992–93 Ukrainian Transitional League

The 1992–93 Ukrainian Transitional League season was the first season of the fourth tier which existed for the next three years. The League was organized after the split of the 1992 Transfer League into the Second League and the Transitional League.

Ukrainian Transitional League
Season1992–93
ChampionsNaftokhimik Kremenchuk
PromotedNaftokhimik Kremenchuk
Dynamo Luhansk
Nyva-Borysfen Myronivka
Voikovetsk Kerch
Prometei Shakhtarsk
RelegatedShakhtar Horlivka
Olympik Kharkiv
Lysonia Berezhany
More Feodosia
Prometei Dniprodzerzhynsk
Top goalscorer16 – Z.Selimov (Frunzenets)
Biggest home winDynamo - Prometei Dz 7:0 (Round 32)
Biggest away winKanatnyk - Frunzenets 1:6 (Round 7)
Highest scoringVoikovets - Prometei Dz 7:1 (Round 30)
Dynamo - Torpedo 6:2 (Round 13)
1992

A total of eighteen teams participated in the competition, ten of which contested the 1992 season in the Ukrainian Second League and the remaining eight were promoted from the KFK competition (Amateurs). The competition began on August 15, 1992, with eight games. After the 17th round (November 17, 1992) the competition was retired for a winter break until April 3, 1993. The competition concluded on July 3, 1993.

TeamsEdit

LocationEdit

Locations of team home grounds in Ukrainian Third League 1992–93

Stadiums and managersEdit

Team Location Venue League and position in 1992 Coach Replaced coach
Fetrovyk Khust Avanhard Stadium 1992 Ukrainian Transitional League
(Group A)
A.5   Karlo Soikov
Olympik Kharkiv KhTZ Stadium A.6   Mykola Koltsov
Elektron Romny Elektron Stadium A.7   Oleksandr Kvasha
Lysonia Berezhany Nyva Stadium A.8   Yaroslav Pavlyskyi
Promin Volia Baranetska Sambir Raion Kolos Stadium A.9   Yaroslav Khomyn
Prometei S. Shakhtarsk Shakhtar Stadium 1992 Ukrainian Transitional League
(Group B)
B.5   Yuriy Vankevych   Anatoliy Poliakov
Voikovets Kerch 50ty-richia Zhovtnia Stadium B.6   Aleksei Yakimovich
Silur Khartsyzk Stalekanatchyk Stadium B.7   Mykhaylo Sokolovsky   Oleksandr Sliusarenko
Antratsyt Kirovske Yuvileiny Stadium B.8   Oleksiy Varnavskiy   Anatoliy Molotai
More Feodosiya Albatross Stadium B.9   Yuriy Naurzokov
Avanhard Zhydachiv Avanhard uncertain origin   Valentyn Khodukin
Dynamo Luhansk Avanhard Stadium   Yuriy Pohrebniak
Borysfen Boryspil Kolos Stadium during season merged w/Nyva Myronivka
Frunzenets Saky Kolos Stadium 1991 Ukrainian KFK competitions   Mamed Isayev[a]
Naftokhimik Kremenchuk Naftokhimik Stadium   Mykhailo Byelykh
Nyva Myronivka Nyva Stadium   Volodymyr Kolomiets
Prometei D. Dniprodzerzhynsk Peremoha Stadium   Volordymyr Derun
Shakhtar Horlivka Stadium of Kalinin Mine   Volodymyr Nepomnyashchyi
Torpedo Melitopol Avanhard Stadium   Yuriy Rozenko

Renamed teamsEdit

  • Prior to the season Andezyt Khust changed its name to Fetrovyk Khust
  • Prior to the season Hirnyk Khartsyzk changed its name to Kanatchyk Khartsyzk and later to Silur Khartsyzk
  • During the season Nyva Myronivka changed its name to Nyva-Borysfen Myronivka
  • During the season Okean Kerch changed its name to Voykovets Kerch
  • During the season Sokil Berezhany changed its name to Lysonia Berezhany
  • During the season Hirnyk Hirne changed its name to Antratsyt Kirovske

Change of stadiumsEdit

  • Nyva since May 15, 1993, played its games in Kyiv at the CSKA Stadium
  • Promin in the second half played its games in Rudky at the Motor Stadiuim and Kolos Stadium.
  • More played all its games in Prymorskyi
  • Naftokhimik played several games at the Lokomotyv Stadium in Komsomolsk and Dnipro Stadium in Kremenchuk
  • Prometei Dz played several games at the Burevisnyk Stadium
  • Prometei Sh played several games at the Olimp Stadium
  • Lysonia played some of its games at the Sokil Stadium
  • Olimpik played several games at the Serp i Molot Stadium
  • Avanhard Stadium in Khust changed its name to Fetrovyk
  • The game against Avanhard, Prometei Sh played in Torez at the Komsomolets Stadium
  • The game against Nyva, Promin played in Staryi Sambir at the Prykarpattia Stadium, against Avanhard - in Rudky at the Motor Stadium
  • The game against Dynamo, Antratsyt played in Hirne at the Hirnyk Stadium, against Torpedo in Zuhres at the ZMS Stadium
  • The game against Torpedo, Naftokhimik played at the Dormash Stadium, against Prometei Sh - Syntez Stadium, against Olimpik - in Komsomolsk at the Lokomotyv Stadium
  • The game against More, Elektron played in Sumy at the Krystal Stadium
  • The game against Torpedo, Lysonia played at the Sokil Stadium

Final standingsEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Promotion or relegation
1 Naftokhimik Kremenchuk[b] 34 21 10 3 56 26 +30 52 Promoted to Second League
2 Dynamo Luhansk[b] 34 19 12 3 65 32 +33 50
3 Antratsyt Kirovske[c] 34 22 5 7 46 32 +14 49 Withdrew
4 Nyva-Borysfen Myronivka[b] 34 19 7 8 45 28 +17 45 Promoted to Second League
5 Voykovets Kerch[c] 34 17 8 9 47 32 +15 42
6 Prometei Shakhtarsk[c] 34 12 16 6 43 21 +22 40
7 Frunzenets Saky rayon[b] 34 13 11 10 48 29 +19 37
8 Avanhard Zhydachiv[b] 34 13 10 11 41 32 +9 36
9 Elektron Romny[c] 34 12 10 12 37 36 +1 34
10 Promin Volia Baranetska[c] 34 14 4 16 46 43 +3 32
11 Torpedo Melitopol[b] 34 12 6 16 39 41 −2 30
12 Fetrovyk Khust[c] 34 13 2 19 29 35 −6 28 Excluded / Later reinstated
13 Shakhtar Horlivka[b] 34 9 8 17 33 44 −11 26 Relegated to amateur leagues
14 Olympik Kharkiv[c] 34 7 10 17 35 56 −21 24
15 Silur Khartsyzk[c] 34 8 7 19 25 54 −29 23 Avoided relegation
16 Lysonia Berezhany[c] 34 7 9 18 20 53 −33 23 Relegated to amateur leagues
17 More Feodosia[c] 34 7 8 19 19 39 −20 22
18 Prometei Dniprodzerzhynsk[b] 34 4 9 21 26 68 −42 17
Source:[citation needed]
Notes:
  1. ^ Isayev was born in a family of deported Chechen people. He was a head coach and president of Frunzenets. In 1995 he was killed in Crimea.[1]
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h Promoted from the amateurs
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Demoted from the Second League


Volodymyr Suprunenko caseEdit

FC Silur Khartsyzk had several games changed into a technical loss (-:+) as the club used a player from Shakhtar Horlivka (Suprunenko). Several opponents of Silur Khartsyzk received a technical victory (+:-) (Antratsyt - Round 18 on April 3, Shakhtar - Round 22 on April 24)

Fetrovyk scandalEdit

On May 22, 1993 Fetrovyk Khust did not arrive for the game of the Round 27 with Prometei Shakhtarsk and it was awarded a technical loss (-:+). On June 5, 1993, during the game of the Round 29 against Frunzenets Frunze, the team of Fetrovyk Khust walked of the pitch on the 25th minute in the protest of a referee's decision.

Top scorersEdit

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