Category:Shota Arveladze

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Shota Arveladze 
Georgian footballer
Shota Arveladze in FC Pakhtakor.jpg
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Name in native languageშოთა არველაძე
Date of birth22 February 1973
Tbilisi
შოთა არველაძე
Pseudonym
  • Hot Shota
  • Show-ta
  • Show-time
Work period (start)1990
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Member of sports team
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  • Archil Arveladze
  • Revaz Arveladze
Child
  • Vato Arveladze
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English: Shota Arveladze (born in 1973) is a former Georgian professional football player. He is Georgia’s all-time top scorer with 246 goals in his 410 league games for his clubs and 26 goals during his 61 games on the national team. For the 2010-11 season, he will be head coach of Turkish side Kayserispor.

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