Anatoli Davydov

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Anatoli Davydov
Anatoli Davydov 2013.jpg
With Tom in 2013
Personal information
Full name Anatoli Viktorovich Davydov
Date of birth (1953-11-13) 13 November 1953 (age 63)
Place of birth Tula, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
Height 1.75 m (5 ft 9 in)
Playing position Defender/Midfielder
Youth career
Torpedo Tula
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1971–1975 FC Mashinostroitel Tula
1975–1988 FC Zenit Leningrad 370 (10)
1989 FC Torpedo Togliatti 32 (2)
1989 FC Krylia Sovetov Kuybyshev 3 (0)
1990 Helsingin Ponnistus (3)
1991 FC Lokomotiv St. Petersburg (amateur)
1992–1995 Helsingin Ponnistus 80 (2)
1996 Foshan Fosti
1997 FC Zenit St. Petersburg 15 (0)
Teams managed
1995 Helsingin Ponnistus
1997–1998 FC Zenit St. Petersburg (assistant)
1998–2000 FC Zenit St. Petersburg
2000 FC Zenit-2 St. Petersburg (assistant)
2001 FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)
2002–2005 FC Metallurg Lipetsk
2005–2006 FC Sibir Novosibirsk
2007 FC Tekstilshchik-Telekom Ivanovo
2008–2009 FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)
2009 FC Zenit St. Petersburg
2010–2013 FC Zenit St. Petersburg (reserves)
2013 FC Tom Tomsk
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Anatoli Viktorovich Davydov (Russian: Анатолий Викторович Давыдов; born 13 November 1953 in Tula) is a Russian professional football coach and a former player. He last managed FC Tom Tomsk.

Career[edit]

He made his professional debut in the Soviet Second League in 1971 for FC Metallurg Tula.[1] He played 2 games in the UEFA Cup 1987–88 for FC Zenit Leningrad, the former name of Zenit Saint Petersburg. Davydov was one of the most respected and influential players during Zenit's golden era in the 1980s, and continued to play top-level competitive football until the record age of 43, then becoming a Zenit's coach. He also holds the club record for the most first team appearances - 454 official games, 53 games in Soviet Cup.

Davydov played for Chinese side Foshan Fosti in 1996. He currently holds the record for being the oldest person to have played in a professional Chinese football match aged 42 years and 348 days, as well as the oldest person to have scored in a professional Chinese football match aged 42 years and 292 days.

Personal[edit]

His son Dmitri Davydov is a professional footballer.

Honours[edit]

Player[edit]

Zenit Leningrad

Manager[edit]

Zenit Saint Petersburg

References[edit]