Igor Volchok

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Igor Volchok
Personal information
Full name Igor Semyonovich Volchok
Date of birth (1931-10-04) October 4, 1931 (age 82)
Place of birth Moscow, Russian SFSR
Teams managed
Years Team
1967 FC Zorya Luhansk (assistant)
1968-1970 FC Volga Kalinin
1971-1972 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1972 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1973-1974 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1973-1978 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1979-1981 FC Kairat
1982 SC Tavriya Simferopol
1983-1985 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1984 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1990-1991 Navbahor Namangan
1993-1995 FC Shinnik Yaroslavl
1996-1998 FC Rubin Kazan
1998-2000 FC Avtomobilist Noginsk
2001-2002 FC Yelets
2003 Navbahor Namangan
2003-2004 FC Yelets (consultant)
2005 FC Yelets

Igor Semyonovich Volchok (Russian: Игорь Семёнович Волчок; born October 4, 1931 in Moscow) is a Russian professional football coach.

Careers[edit]

In the game's career did not achieve much success. Was captain of Moscow, and also played for the overlapping part of the Moscow club "Torpedo" (1950) and CDSA (1951–52).

As a coach, famous for the fact that many of his charges later successfully expressed themselves in coaching: Yuri Semin, Vladimir Eshtrekov, Alexander Averyanov, Valery Gazzaev, Givi Nodia, Valery Petrakov, Vladimir Shevchuk, Vitaly Shevchenko, Valery Gladilin, Kurban Berdyev.

Progress[edit]

  • Honored coach of Russia (1972)
  • The two-time Cup winner MSSZH (1974, 1976)
  • Bronze medalist of Uzbekistan (2003)

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