Spartak GM Moscow

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Spartak Moscow
Full name Spartak GM Moscow
Founded ?
Location Moscow, Russia
Ground(s) Spartak Stadium (Capacity: ?)
President Georgia (country) Mamuka Losaberidze
Coach(es) Georgia (country) Douglas Kavtelashvili
Captain(s) ?
League(s) Professional Rugby League

Spartak GM is a Russian rugby union club from Moscow. They have been accepted into the newly unified eight team Professional Rugby League for the 2010 season. It is a section of the famous Spartak Moscow sporting organisation. They play in white and red.

History[edit]

Founded in 1936, the club is based in Moscow. The club twice achieved the silver medal in the Russian rugby championship, in 1938 and 1939. The club was reborn in 1960 as part of the Russian rugby renaissance, and regularly participated in the Russian rugby championships. The team folded in 1990, but was reformed in the 21st century by Douglas Kavtelashvili and Mamuka Losaberidze.

Championships[edit]

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Squad[edit]

Current squad[edit]

Note: Flags indicate national union as has been defined under IRB eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-IRB nationality.

Player Position Union
Artem Saltykov Prop Russia Russia
Gennady Berezhnov Prop Russia Russia
Roman Borisov Prop Russia Russia
Irakli Kvantidze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
George Fedosov Prop Russia Russia
Ilya Potapov Prop Russia Russia
Tariel Donadze Prop Georgia (country) Georgia
Rinat Aliyev Prop Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Leo Valeriev Hooker Russia Russia
Anton Gogichaishvili Hooker Georgia (country) Georgia
Ilya Osminko Lock Russia Russia
Edward Haraev Lock Russia Russia
Sergiu Castraveţ Flanker Moldova Moldova
Anton Sinitsyn Flanker Russia Russia
Artem Avalyan Flanker Russia Russia
Alexander Shishkan Flanker Russia Russia
Ali Alakbarov Flanker Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Oleg Perpeliţă Number 8 Moldova Moldova
Player Position Union
Shalva Dzagnidze Scrum-half Georgia (country) Georgia
Alexander Antonov Scrum-half Russia Russia
Arthur Rodin Scrum-half Russia Russia
Eldar Nasrullaev Scrum-half Azerbaijan Azerbaijan
Roman Kokorin Fly-half Russia Russia
Alexandru Gagauz Fly-half Moldova Moldova
Andrey Gasev Centre Russia Russia
Beso Kupreishvili Centre Georgia (country) Georgia
Adrian Baltag Centre Moldova Moldova
Sergey Gavryushin Centre Russia Russia
Yury Telyatnikov Centre Russia Russia
Ivan Ustinov Centre Russia Russia
Sergey Evseev Wing Russia Russia
Konstantin Surup Wing Russia Russia
Iustin Petruchka Wing Russia Russia
Vladimir Konstantin Wing Russia Russia
Igor Valeriev Wing Russia Russia
Alexander Dimitruk Fullback Russia Russia
Vladimir Rodichev Fullback Russia Russia

International honours[edit]

2011 signings[edit]

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