|Birthday (Age):||18. April 1989 (29)|
The Belarusian international has signed a one-year contract with Dynamo Brest on 23 February 2018, after which flew to Spain for a camp.
Aleksandr is a pupil of football school SDUSHOR Dinamo Minsk. In 2006 he moved to BATE, where was a player of second team. After Sergey Veremko’s move to Ukrainian Sevastopol in 2011, became a first-team player of Borisov club. Due to a solid play, he has been included by ABFF into the list of 22 best players of Belarusian Highest League, and was named as Player of the Year in Belarus in 2011. Despite this, BATE signed a goalkeeper of Neman Grodno Andrey Gorbunov, who left Gutor behind sitting on a bench.
On 22 December 2012 the goalkeeper sent a claim to ABFF with the request to terminate his contract with BATE, which was due to run out in 2015, unilaterally. After a meeting on Gutor’s affair, the parties got a chance to settle the dispute peacefully. On 22 January Aleksandr got a permit to terminate his contract with BATE with payment of compensation in the amount of 180 thousand dollars. According to the decision, a new goalkeeper’s club had right to pay the fee. BATE announced their position on ABFF’s decision, by presenting an appellation into football arbitrage, claiming to increase the sum of compensation. On 30 January the player officially left BATE, having become a free agent. In February 2014 sports arbitral court in Lausanne decided to repeal the decision of football arbitrage of ABFF and obliged Gutor to pay BATE nearly 230 thousand dollars.
Aleksandr Gutor has been training with Dinamo Minsk from 1 February 2013, and on 19 February signed a three-year contract with the club, having become a first-team choice right away. After a game against Torpedo-BelAZ Zhodino on 21 July 2013, when Dinamo lost 1:2 due to Gutor’s mistakes, he got to the bench, and Aleksandr Sulima became the first choice. Sulima was sent to the second team after the game against Neman on 1 September 2013, and Gutor again became the main goalkeeper.
Season-2014 he started as the first goalkeeper. Starting from August 2014, he alternated with Sergey Ignatovich. In the beginning of 2015, he gave his place in goal to Vasily Khomutovsky, but soon became the main goalkeeper of the Blue-Whites. On 15 August 2015 he reached the mark of 100 clean sheets on highest level.
In October 2015 he extended his contract with Dinamo for another season. In March 2016 Aleksandr was chosen as the captain of the team. In summer 2016 he left Dinamo as a free agent and moved to Orenburg - the debutant of Russian Premier League. In the second half of 2016 he was playing for Orenburg’s main team, but in 2017 became second goalkeeper. As a result, after season-2016/17 Orenburg relegated from Premier League, and Gutor left the club as a free agent.
On 14 June it was announced about Gutor’s move to Tosno, another debutant of Russian Premier League, but failed to become the main goalkeeper and on 4 September 2017 he left the club, having failed to make an appearance for Tosno.
Soon after his departure from Tosno, Aleksandr joined Chornomorets Odessa, which was ruled by Belarusian coach Oleg Dulub. In Chornomorets he became the main goalkeeper and helped the team to leave the last position in the table. In December 2017 he terminated his contract with the club from Odessa.
Aleksandr is a bronze medalist of European U21 Championship-2011, and participated in Olympic Games in 2012 in London. In January 2012 the goalkeeper has been called up into Belarusian National Team for a friendly against Hungary. He made his debut for the main team of the country on 25 March 2013 in a friendly game against Canada.
- Five-times Belarusian champion: 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012.
- Belarusian Cup winner: 2010.
- Two-times Belarusian Super Cup winner: 2010, 2011.
- Bronze medalist of European U21 Championship 2011
- Player of the Year in Belarus: 2011
- Goalkeeper of the Year in Belarus: 2011
- Participant of group stages of UEFA Champions League and UEFA Europa League with BATE and Dinamo Minsk.