Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko

Zahovaiko in the jersey of Flora Tallinn

Vjatšeslav Zahovaiko ( born December 29, 1981 in Rapla ) is an Estonian football player.



He began his career with FC Flora Tallinn. Defect operating times he moved in 2000 to FC Valga and became master force. Again he moved after one season to Tulevik Viljandi, where he presented his scoring prowess to the test. After two seasons, he was obliged by his youth club FC Flora Tallinn, where he has a vast balance sheet. In 2007 he was temporarily loaned to Kuwait to Al Kuwait Kaifan. In summer 2010 Zahovaiko moved to União Leiria in the Portuguese Primeira Liga. There Zahovaiko but not found its way back to its former strength and left the club in the summer of 2011, scoreless in the direction of Hungary. He moved to Debreceni Vasutas SC, where he was in some cases also the second team to use, where he scored two goals in four games in the first team, it was not so good and Zahovaiko played only two games in which he did not score achieved.

In April 2012 Zahovaiko joined the Finnish first division Kuopio PS, where he played six games in which he scored a goal. In July 2012, Kuopio PS announced that the contract of Zahovaiko should be dissolved with immediate effect.


Zahovaiko celebrated its Tordebüt in the Estonian national football team in March 2003 in a friendly against Ecuador, where he scored a goal. His last goal came Zahovaiko in a friendly against Uruguay on March 25, 2011.

Overall Zahovaiko denied 39 games for the Estonian national football team, in these 39 games, he scored eight goals.