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David Cervinski (8 November 1970 – 16 May 2019) was an Australian footballer who played for the Melbourne Knights, Carlton and Wollongong Wolves in the National Soccer League and for Gombak United in Singapore. Cervinski won four NSL titles, two with the Knights and two with the Wolves. In November 2017, he was honoured by presenting the Mark Viduka Medal, given to the player of the match in the FFA Cup. He was the brother of former footballer Adrian Cervinski.

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  • David Cervinski (Geelong, Australia, 8 de noviembre de 1970-16 de mayo de 2019)​fue un futbolista australiano que jugó para los Caballeros de Melbourne, Carlton y Wollongong Wolves en la National Soccer League y para Gombak United en Singapur. Cervinski ganó cuatro títulos de la NSL dos con los Caballeros y dos con los Lobos.​ Ganó el Wollongong contra Perth Glory en Subiaco Oval en una de las grandes Grandes Finales de la historia. En noviembre de 2017 fue honrado al presentar la Medalla Mark Viduka otorgada al jugador del partido en la Copa FFA. Era el hermano del exfutbolista Adrian Cervinski. (es)
  • David Cervinski (8 November 1970 – 16 May 2019) was an Australian footballer who played for the Melbourne Knights, Carlton and Wollongong Wolves in the National Soccer League and for Gombak United in Singapore. Cervinski won four NSL titles, two with the Knights and two with the Wolves. In November 2017, he was honoured by presenting the Mark Viduka Medal, given to the player of the match in the FFA Cup. He was the brother of former footballer Adrian Cervinski. Cervinski died in May 2019 after a long battle with cancer. (en)
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  • David Cervinski (Geelong, Australia, 8 de noviembre de 1970-16 de mayo de 2019)​fue un futbolista australiano que jugó para los Caballeros de Melbourne, Carlton y Wollongong Wolves en la National Soccer League y para Gombak United en Singapur. Cervinski ganó cuatro títulos de la NSL dos con los Caballeros y dos con los Lobos.​ Ganó el Wollongong contra Perth Glory en Subiaco Oval en una de las grandes Grandes Finales de la historia. En noviembre de 2017 fue honrado al presentar la Medalla Mark Viduka otorgada al jugador del partido en la Copa FFA. Era el hermano del exfutbolista Adrian Cervinski. (es)
  • David Cervinski (8 November 1970 – 16 May 2019) was an Australian footballer who played for the Melbourne Knights, Carlton and Wollongong Wolves in the National Soccer League and for Gombak United in Singapore. Cervinski won four NSL titles, two with the Knights and two with the Wolves. In November 2017, he was honoured by presenting the Mark Viduka Medal, given to the player of the match in the FFA Cup. He was the brother of former footballer Adrian Cervinski. (en)
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