Andrey Harbunow was born on 25 May 1983 in Mogilev, Belarus.
Harbunow’s professional career started in 2002 at Dnepr Mogilev. There he played for five seasons, defending the goal in 67 appearances and conceding 91 goals. Quick reaction and decisive defensive play caught Dinamo Minsk scouts’ fancy. Harbunow’s goalkeeper skills have improved at the new club, as he conceded only 54 goals in 61 Premier League matches.
The goalkeeper’s next club was Neman Grodno, after a season at which Harbunow moved to BATE Borisov. After arriving at the club Andrey unexpectedly ousted Belarusian Footballer of the Year Alyaksandr Hutar, and became the club’s first goalkeeper. Together with Borisov club Andrey Harbunow played his first game in the Champions League. However, Andrey had some conflict with the management and in 2014 left the club.
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