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Vitali Kutuzov ( , born March 20, 1980 in Pinskmarker) is a Belarusianmarker football player, who plays in attack for Bari and the Belarusian national team.

Career

In 2001 he joined Italian side A.C. Milan from FC BATE Borisovmarker, Belarus. During the half of the season he spent with the team he failed to establish himself in the first team, playing only 2 games. He is Milan fans but never joined on 1st team.

For 2002/03 football season he was loaned to Portuguese side Sporting Lisbon. He played 30 games for them and scored 7 goals, including games in UEFA Cup and the domestic cup.

For the following, 2003/04 season he was again loaned, this time to the Italian Serie B side U.S. Avellino. Vitali established himself as one of the most important players of the side and a fan-favourite. He played 43 games, scoring 15 goals. Despite his efforts, the team was relegated to Serie C1.

After his successful season in Serie B, he was noticed by the Serie A side U.C. Sampdoria. The club bought half of the rights for the footballer from A.C. Milan in 2004 and signed him until 2008. In the 2004/05 season he played in 32 games (14 times in starting line-up, totaling 1,604 minutes) and scoring 4 goals.

On June 20, 2006, F.C. Parma bought the full rights on Kutuzov from Sampdoria and Milan. He signed a three-year contract with them. He was loaned to newly-promoted Serie B side Pisa on July 2007. He returned to Parma during the summer of 2008.

In January 2009, he left for A.S. Bari.

International

Kutuzov has over 40 caps for the Belarus national football team.

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