The Scottish specialist Peter Leven enters the coaching staff of the Academy of Dynamo Brest and will supervise the teams of older licensing ages and consult the second team.
Leven was born on 27 September 1983 in Renfrew town, which situates ten kilometers from Glasgow. From 1998 until 2004 he has been a Rangers player, training with such players as Paul Gascoigne, Brian Laudrup, Mikel Arteta, Gennaro Gattuso, Claudio Caniggia and others. In the Gers Peter has been working under the tutorship of Walter Smith and Dick Advocaat. On 29 April 2001, aged 17, he has been included into the first eleven for a derby game against Celtic, which was lost by Rangers 0:3.
In 2002 he suffered from a serious knee injury, which left him without football for two years. From 2004 until 2007 Peter has been playing for Scottish Kilmarnock, calling up into U21 national team, then moved to England and signed contract with Chesterfield. In 2008 he became the club’s captain and was named the Player of the Season by club supporters.
Peter’s most successful period in career happened in MK Dons under Roberto Di Matteo’s rule. In season 2010/11 he was named as League 1 Sports Writers Player of the Year. Twice for three seasons he secured MK Dons’s promotion to semifinals of playoffs of League One. In 2012 he was included into the list of top-50 players of the Football League by FourFourTwo magazine.
In 2013 Peter retired as a player due to a chronic knee injury, moving to a job at the Academy of Middlesbrough, having worked there from 2014 until 2015. From 2015 to 2017 Peter has been the assistant of the Head Coach at Kilmarnock.