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RUSSIA ALL STARS


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The best ever Russian 23 Men Squad:


GOALKEEPERS:

Lev YASHIN
Rinat DASAYEV


DEFENDERS:

Albert SHESTERNYOV
Anatoli BASHASHKIN
Yevgeniy LOVCHEV
Viktor ONOPKO
Yuri ZHIRKOV
Vagiz KHIDIYATULLIN
Aleksandr STAROSTIN


MIDFIELDERS:

Andrey STAROSTIN
Valeri VORONIN
Igor NETTO
Valentin IVANOV
Fyodor CHERENKOV
Aleksandr MOSTOVOI
Yuri GAVRILOV
Fyodor SELIN


ATTACKERS:

Grigori FEDOTOV
Igor CHISLENKO
Eduard STRELTSOV
Sergey ILYIN
Vsevolod BOBROV
Viktor PONEDELNIK


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RESERVES:


GOALKEEPERS:

Igor AKINFEEV
Stanislav CHERCHESOV
Dmitri KHARIN
Vyacheslav MALAFEEV


DEFENDERS:

Aleksei BEREZUTSKI
Konstantin KRYZHEVSKI
Vasili BEREZUTSKI
Boris KUZNETSOV
Aleksandr ANYUKOV
Leonid SOLOVYOV
Anatoli MASLYONKIN
Sergei IGNASHEVICH
Vasiliy SOKOLOV
Yuriy NIKIFOROV


MIDFIELDERS:

Alexey SMERTIN
Ilia TSYMBALAR
Konstantin ZYRYANOV
IGOR DENISOV
Igor SEMSHOV
Diniyar BILYALETDINOV
Dmitri KHOKLOV
Valeri KARPIN
Dmitri ALENICHEV
Vasily RATS
Viktor KOLOTOV
Andrei KANCHELSKI
Roman SHIROKOV
Sergei SEMAK
Yegor TITOV
Igor SHALIMOV


ATTACKERS:

Roman PAVLYUCHENKO
Mikhail BUTUSOV
Andrei ARSHAVIN
Konstantin BESKOV
Oleg SALENKO
Pavel POGREBNYAK
Sergey SOLOVYOV
Vladimir BESCHASTNYKH
Dmitri RADCHENKO
Sergey RODIONOV
Aleksandr KERZHAKOV
Vasili TROFIMOV
Igor KOLYVANOV


THE BEST EVER XI

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GK YASHIN
CB SHESTERNYOV
CB BASHASHKIN
RB ALEKSANDR STAROSTIN
LB LOVCHEV
DMF ANDREY STAROSTIN
CMF VORONIN
CMF NETTO ©
SS IVANOV
SS STRELTSOV
CF FEDOTOV

Captain: Igor Netto | Andrey Starostin | Albert Shesternyov
Short Free Kick: Igor Netto
Long Free Kick: Igor Netto
Left Corner: Igor Netto
Right Corner: Igor Netto
Penalty: Grigori Fedotov


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Sun Mar 16, 2014 7:07 pm
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Maybe you can add Titov, Kolyvanov, Radchenko, Khokhlov to reserves...Also Tsimbalar and maybe 2 more defenders to reserves..


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Since DimonSpa explained that he considers Yuri Voinov to be Russian and not Ukrainian, IMO he can replace Mostovoi in the first team here. Actually I'd use him in the starting XI over Andrey Starostin too but that decision is up to you.


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StuartBannigan wrote:
Since DimonSpa explained that he considers Yuri Voinov to be Russian and not Ukrainian, IMO he can replace Mostovoi in the first team here. Actually I'd use him in the starting XI over Andrey Starostin too but that decision is up to you.


So what? It would be new to me that Dimonspa's "standards" are now the ones to be followed here.
If Rudakov (born in Moscow but spent majority of his career in Ukraine and worked and lived their for the rest of his life) is apparently Ukrainian, then I don't get Voinov (who had basically exactly the same career and certainly wouldn't have stayed in Ukraine if he would have considered himself Russian) can't be considered as Ukrainian. Voinov is 100% Ukrainian for me, therefore I certainly won't add him here.


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gurkenjoe93 wrote:
StuartBannigan wrote:
Since DimonSpa explained that he considers Yuri Voinov to be Russian and not Ukrainian, IMO he can replace Mostovoi in the first team here. Actually I'd use him in the starting XI over Andrey Starostin too but that decision is up to you.


So what? It would be new to me that Dimonspa's "standards" are now the ones to be followed here.
If Rudakov (born in Moscow but spent majority of his career in Ukraine and worked and lived their for the rest of his life) is apparently Ukrainian, then I don't get Voinov (who had basically exactly the same career and certainly wouldn't have stayed in Ukraine if he would have considered himself Russian) can't be considered as Ukrainian. Voinov is 100% Ukrainian for me, therefore I certainly won't add him here.


Voinov was born in Russia, studied football in Russia, made his debut in the team of masters in Russia, made his debut for the national team in Russia, for several seasons he played at the highest level in Russia and only then in Ukraine. All that connects him with Ukraine is the Dynamo Kiev club and the fact that after the end of his career he remained in Ukraine.

Rudakov was born in Russia, began his football education in Russia, but continued it in Ukraine, made his debut in the team of masters in Ukraine, made his debut for the national team in Ukraine, his only clubs at the highest level were in Ukraine. There is a difference between Voinov and Rudakov, which is why they are Russian and Ukrainian.


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Anyone working on Igor Chislenko right now? some vids of him went up on youtube and vimeo rather recently, the news article his club published when his memorial plaque was done has some statements about his characteristics as a player might want to look into those things


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