Radimov playing for Zenit
|Full name||Vladislav Nikolayevich Radimov|
|Date of birth||26 November 1975|
|Place of birth||Leningrad, USSR|
|Height||1.82 m (5 ft 11 1⁄2 in)|
|Current club||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (asst coach)|
|1992||Smena-Saturn Saint Petersburg||1||(0)|
|1999||→ Dynamo Moscow (loan)||22||(2)|
|2001–2003||Krylia Sovetov Samara||58||(4)|
|2003–2008||Zenit St. Petersburg||110||(9)|
|2009–2011||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (director)|
|2011–||FC Zenit St. Petersburg (assistant)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 22:12, 25 July 2008 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Vladislav Nikolayevich Radimov (Russian: Владислав Николаевич Радимов) (born 26 November 1975 in Saint Petersburg, then Leningrad) is a retired association footballer who played midfielder. Currently, he works as an assistant coach with FC Zenit St. Petersburg. He was previously the captain of FC Zenit Saint Petersburg and is a former Russian international player. He was a right-sided midfielder or playmaker. At Zenit Saint Petersburg he often played a free playing holding midfielder (like a deep lying playmaker) or a central midfielder.
As a child, Radimov attended fencing school, but at the age of 9 left it for the Smena football school. He did not receive much attention from the Saint Petersburg clubs, and in 1992 he appeared in only one match for the Second Division team Smena-Saturn. In June 1992 he moved to Moscow to play for the reserve team of CSKA Moscow. Radimov debuted for the first team of CSKA on 30 July 1992 when a number of players did not fly to an away match against Okean Nakhodka.
In 1994 Radimov became a first-team regular for CSKA, and was first capped for the national team in a friendly against Austria. In 1994 he was named the best new player of the league by Football Review, and in 1995 he received the Strelets prize as "the hope of the season".
In 1996 Radimov played in all three Russia's matches at Euro 96, and transferred to Real Zaragoza after the finals. He spent two and a half seasons there. By the end of 1998 Radimov had a little playing time at Zaragoza and was loaned to Dynamo Moscow. Contrary to the expectations, his 1999 season in Russia was not successful. After the end of loan he returned to Zaragoza. In 2000 he transferred to Levski Sofia, but had a little playing time with them and was eventually released from the team, following a disciplinary breach.
In 2001, Radimov returned to Russia again to play for Krylia Sovetov Samara. He became the captain of the team soon. After two years in Samara, he moved to his home city to play for Zenit Saint Petersburg. He was elected the team captain immediately.
On 18 October 2005 Radimov married popular singer Tatiana Bulanova.
|1992||Smena-Saturn||First League 2nd level||1/0|
|CSKA||Top League 1st level||1/0|
|1993||CSKA||Top League 1st level||3/1|
|1994||CSKA||Top League 1st level||27/4|
|1995||CSKA||Top League 1st level||27/5|
|1996||CSKA||Top League 1st level||12/4|
|1996–97||Real Zaragoza||La Liga 1st level||25/2|
|1997–98||Real Zaragoza||La Liga 1st level||24/2|
|1998–99||Real Zaragoza||La Liga 1st level||4/0|
|1999||Dynamo Moscow||Top League 1st level||22/2|
|1999-00||Real Zaragoza||La Liga 1st level||10/1|
|2000–01||Real Zaragoza||La Liga 1st level||0/0|
|Levski||A PFG 1st level||3/1|
|2001||Krylia Sovetov||Premier League 1st level||13/1|
|2002||Krylia Sovetov||Premier League 1st level||29/2|
|2003||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||21/3|
|2004||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||19/3|
|2005||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||24/2|
|2006||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||27/0|
|2007||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||16/1|
|2008||Zenit||Premier League 1st leve||3/0|
* – played games and goals
- Russian Premier League
- Champion: 1 (2007)
- Runner-up: 1 (2003)
- Bulgarian A Professional Football Group
- Winner: 1 (2000/01)
- Russian Cup
- Runner-up: 1 (1998/99)
- Copa del Rey
- Winner: 1 (2000/01)
- Russian Premier League Cup
- Winner: 1 (2003)
- Winner of UEFA Cup 2008
- Russia – Record International Players, rsssf.com
- Profile at Zenit (Russian)
- Website from LEVSKI2000 (Bulgarian)
- Biography at Krylia Sovetov (Russian)
- Radimov's official website (Russian)