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FC Spartak Moscow All Stars

TOP-100 footballers of the Spartak Moscow




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23 man squad


GOALKEEPERS:

:RUS: Rinat DASAEV
:RUS: Anatoliy AKIMOV


DEFENDERS:

:RUS: Viktor ONOPKO
:RUS: Vasiliy SOKOLOV
:RUS: Andrey STAROSTIN
:RUS: Anatoliy MASLENKIN
:RUS: Yevgeniy LOVCHEV
:RUS: Aleksandr STAROSTIN
:RUS: Vagiz KHIDIYATULLIN


MIDFIELDERS:

:RUS: Igor NETTO
:RUS: Fedor CHERENKOV
:RUS: Yegor TITOV
:RUS: Yuriy GAVRILOV
:RUS: Andrey TIKHONOV
:RUS: Aleksey PARAMONOV
:RUS: Ilia TSYMBALAR


FORWARDS:

:RUS: Nikita SIMONYAN
:RUS: Galimzyan KHUSAINOV
:RUS: Anatoliy ILYIN
:RUS: Sergey RODIONOV
:RUS: Sergey SALNIKOV
:RUS: Vladimir STEPANOV
:RUS: Boris TATUSHIN


BEST ELEVEN:



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COACH: :RUS: Konstantin Ivanovich BESKOV (1977-88)

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RESERVES:

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GOALKEEPERS:

:RUS: Stanislav CHERCHESOV
:RUS: Aleksandr FILIMONOV
:GEO: Anzor KAVAZASHVILI
:RUS: Aleksandr PROKHOROV
:RUS: Vladislav ZHMELKOV


DEFENDERS:

:RUS: Yuriy SEDOV
:RUS: Gennadiy LOGOFET
:RUS: Dmitriy KHLESTOV
:RUS: Anatoliy KRUTIKOV
:RUS: Viktor SOKOLOV
:RUS: Nikolay TISHCHENKO
:RUS: Oleg ROMANTSEV
:UKR: Dmitriy PARFENOV
:RUS: Mikhail OGONKOV
:RUS: Gennadiy MOROZOV
:RUS: Sergey OLSHANSKIY
:RUS: Yuriy KOVTUN
:RUS: Vladimir SOCHNOV
:RUS: Ramiz MAMEDOV
:RUS: Boris Yakovlevich KUZNETSOV
:RUS: Aleksandr BUBNOV
:RUS: Aleksey KORNEEV
:RUS: Yuriy NIKIFOROV
:RUS: Vasiliy KULKOV
:RUS: Andrey IVANOV
:RUS: Sergey GORLUKOVICH
:RUS: Vadim IVANOV
:RUS: Boris POZDNYAKOV
:RUS: Valeriy DIKAREV
:SER: Nemanja VIDIĆ



MIDFIELDERS:

:RUS: Andrey PYATNITSKIY
:RUS: Valeriy KARPIN
:RUS: Sergey SHAVLO
:RUS: Nikolay DEMENTIEV
:RUS: Igor LEDYAKHOV
:RUS: Oleg TIMAKOV
:RUS: Dmitriy ALENICHEV
:RUS: Konstantin MALININ
:RUS: Aleksandr MOSTOVOY
:RUS: Yevgeniy KUZNETSOV
:RUS: Sergey ARTEMIEV
:RUS: Nikolay KISELEV
:RUS: Viktor PAPAEV
:RUS: Dmitriy POPOV
:RUS: Igor SHALIMOV
:RUS: Petr ISAKOV
:BLR: Stanislav LEUTA
:RUS: Konstantin RYAZANTSEV
:UKR: Ivan MOZER
:RUS: Viktor BULATOV
:RUS: Yuriy FALIN
:RUS: Roman ZOBNIN
:RUS: Vasiliy KALINOV
:BRA: ALEX Meschini



FORWARDS:

:RUS: Anatoliy ISAEV
:RUS: Nikolay OSYANIN
:RUS: Aleksey SOKOLOV
:RUS: Viktor SEMENOV
:RUS: Georgiy GLAZKOV
:UKR: Pavel KORNILOV
:NET: Quincy PROMES
:RUS: Dmitriy RADCHENKO
:RUS: Valeriy SHMAROV
:RUS: Yuriy SEVIDOV
:RUS: Nikolay PISAREV
:RUS: Roman PAVLYUCHENKO
:RUS: Nikolay STAROSTIN
:RUS: Pavel KANUNNIKOV
:RUS: Vladimir BESCHASTNYKH
:RUS: Aleksandr SHIRKO
:RUS: Nikolay PARSHIN
:RUS: Aleksandr PISKAREV
:BRA: Luis ROBSON
:RUS: Valeriy KECHINOV
:RUS: Ivan KONOV
:BRA: WELLITON
:RUS: Petr ARTEMIEV

INFO:


In the annals of Soviet and Russian football, ways of its development is inextricably linked team "Spartak." It's story made from the 20's, the club "MKS", later known as the "Krasnaya Presnya", "Pishcheviki", "Dukat" and "Promcooperation". The team itself was created in 1922, and in 1923 played in the highest league of Moscow, brilliantly passed the selection for participation. The football team of the club has been a powerful attacking ensemble. And throughout its history, confessed attacking style of play.

In 1935 was created a sports society "Spartak", which brought together many enthusiasts around the sports movement and achieved mass involvement of workers in physical education and sport. Athletes society had great success in the All-Union and international competitions. In 1937, the society "Spartak" was awarded the Order of Lenin...

TITLES:

Moscow Champion - 1923-spring, 1924-s, 1925, 1927-autumn, 1929-s, 1934-s, 1942-a.
Moscow 2nd place - 1924-a, 1927-s, 1929-a, 1933-a, 1935-s.
Moscow 3rd place - 1926, 1928-s, 1943, 1944.

:SOV: USSR Champion - 1936-a, 1938, 1939, 1952, 1953, 1956, 1958, 1962, 1969, 1979, 1987, 1989.
:SOV: USSR 2nd place - 1937, 1954, 1955, 1963, 1968, 1974, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1991.
:SOV: USSR 3rd place - 1936-s, 1940, 1948, 1949, 1957, 1961, 1970, 1982, 1986.
:SOV: USSR Cup - 1938, 1939, 1946, 1947, 1950, 1958, 1963, 1965, 1971, 1991/92.

:RUS: Russian Champion - 1992, 1993, 1994, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2016/17
:RUS: Russian 2nd place - 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011/12
:RUS: Russian 3rd place - 1995, 2002, 2017/18
:RUS: Russian Cup - 1993/94, 1997/98, 2002/03.

:SOV: USSR/ :RUS: Russia - Footballer of the Year from FC Spartak Moscow in a poll of experts by sports newspaper "Football - Hockey" (voted since 1964):

1972 - Yevgeniy LOVCHEV (~50% of the votes)
1982 - Rinat DASAEV (~80% of the votes)
1983 - Fedor CHERENKOV (~82% of the votes)
1989 - Fedor CHERENKOV (~71% of the votes)
1992 - Viktor ONOPKO (~71% of the votes)
1993 - Viktor ONOPKO (~65% of the votes)
1995 - Ilia TSYMBALAR (~48% of the votes)
1996 - Andrey TIKHONOV (~86% of the votes)
1997 - Dmitriy ALENICHEV (~77% of the votes)
1998 - Yegor TITOV (~49% of the votes)
2000 - Yegor TITOV (~75% of the votes)
2017 - Quincy PROMES (~50% of the votes)

:RUS: Footballers from FC Spartak are getting better in the championship on average estimated by "Sport-Express" (10-point system; played 2/3 matches of the championship; since 1992):

1993 - Viktor ONOPKO (6,40)
1995 - Ilia TSYMBALAR (6,73)
1996 - Andrey TIKHONOV (6,59)
1997 - Dmitriy ALENICHEV (6,39)
1998 - Yegor TITOV (6,28)
1999 - Andrey TIKHONOV (6,84)
2000 - Yegor TITOV (6,61)
2001 - Yegor TITOV (6,42)
2016/17 - Quncy PROMES (6,21)


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Fri Aug 09, 2013 9:20 am
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Is it normal for an All Star team to have 29 defenders and 6 goalkeepers in reserves and only 5 defenders in the first squad?


Fri Sep 06, 2019 4:51 pm
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Interista93 wrote:
Is it normal for an All Star team to have 29 defenders and 6 goalkeepers in reserves and only 5 defenders in the first squad?


Nope, a few of DimonSpa's teams are like that including Ukraine All Stars, they should probably be remade to fit the same standards as all the other teams.


Fri Sep 06, 2019 5:14 pm
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StuartBannigan wrote:
Interista93 wrote:
Is it normal for an All Star team to have 29 defenders and 6 goalkeepers in reserves and only 5 defenders in the first squad?


Nope, a few of DimonSpa's teams are like that including Ukraine All Stars, they should probably be remade to fit the same standards as all the other teams.


Those teams had those standards in the past before this clown decided to totally fuck them up :roll:
But I agree, those teams should all be revamped.


Fri Sep 06, 2019 7:36 pm
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Update 2 + 7 + 7 + 7. Added some players to the reserve given the time of my absence. 23 players of the main team + 77 in reserve, for the TOP-100.


Sat May 30, 2020 9:01 pm
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This, of course, is just my opinion and I don't want to start an argument but I think there's no need to have so many players in reserves. Goalkeepers are usually 3 or 4 if available while other positions shouldn't have so many playerss either. I don't know most of these players so I can't tell who should stay and who shouldn't. However I consider for example Vidić: two seasons, only one as probably regular starter, a total of only 41 appearances and had his best time in another team. Is he really necessary? Same would surely go for many other players. Also, I wonder if you chose all the 77 reserves or you based on an online 100 best players list. If it's the first case, you surely already know who deserves more to stay in reserves.


Sat May 30, 2020 11:47 pm
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Interista93 wrote:
This, of course, is just my opinion and I don't want to start an argument but I think there's no need to have so many players in reserves. Goalkeepers are usually 3 or 4 if available while other positions shouldn't have so many playerss either. I don't know most of these players so I can't tell who should stay and who shouldn't. However I consider for example Vidić: two seasons, only one as probably regular starter, a total of only 41 appearances and had his best time in another team. Is he really necessary? Same would surely go for many other players. Also, I wonder if you chose all the 77 reserves or you based on an online 100 best players list. If it's the first case, you surely already know who deserves more to stay in reserves.


TOP-100, rules forbidden? Or what is incomprehensible?


Sun May 31, 2020 7:17 am
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As for Vidic, he showed such a level of play in Spartak worthy of mentioning him in the reserve.


Sun May 31, 2020 7:23 am
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DimonSpa wrote:
As for Vidic, he showed such a level of play in Spartak worthy of mentioning him in the reserve.

Top-100 footballers isn't forbidden. It's your team after all. It's just my opinion that 77 reserves are too much, nothing else.


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