Date of birth: 7 January 1960
Playing career: FC Dvina Vitebsk, FC Dinamo Minsk, FC Dinamo Brest, FC Chernomorets Odesa, FC Lokomotiv Moskva, SKN St Pölten, FC Molodechno, FC Temp Shepetivka, KaIK Kaskinen, FC Slavia Mozyr
Coaching career: FC Slavia Mozyr (assistant), FC Dinamo Minsk (assistant, caretaker coach), FC Lokomotiv Vitebsk, FC Smorgon, Belarus Under-21s (assistant, head coach), Belarus
• A renowned striker in the USSR during the 1980s, Kondratiev's best years came at Dinamo Minsk as they won the Soviet title in 1982 and finished third a year later. He scored four goals in 14 games for the Soviet Union in that period.
• Played various sports in his youth and participated in regional athletics competitions before focusing on football at 15. Quickly graduated from the academy to the first team at Soviet third-tier club Dvina Vitebsk.
• Moved to Dinamo Minsk and went on to make 284 top-flight appearances, scoring 92 goals and earning a reputation for being committed, good in the air and having an eye for goal.
• Started his coaching career in 1998 as an assistant at Slavia Mozyr and Dinamo Minsk. His best achievement at club level came in 2008 when he guided Smorgon to an eighth-place finish in Belarus.
• Steered Belarus to the semi-finals of the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship, before replacing Bernd Stange at the senior helm after UEFA EURO 2012 qualifying.
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