|Full name||Yevhen Mefodiyovych Kucherevskyi
Evgeny Mefodyevich Kucherevsky
|Date of birth||6 August 1941|
|Place of birth||Kherson, Ukrainian SSR, Soviet Union|
|Date of death||26 August 2006(aged 65)|
|Place of death||Dnipropetrovsk, Ukraine|
|1958–1961||FC Spartak Kherson|
|1961–1962||FC Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka|
|1965–1967||FC Sudostroitel Mykolaiv||21||(0)|
|1968||FC Avanhard Zhovti Vody||27||(0)|
|1969–1970||FC Enerhiya Nova Kakhovka|
|1981–1983||FC Kolos Nikopol|
|1984–1985||FC Sudostroitel Mykolaiv|
|1987–1992||FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk|
|1992||Étoile Sportive du Sahel|
|1993||Russia U-21 (assistant)|
|1997–1999||FC Arsenal Tula|
|1999||FC Uralan Elista|
|2000||Dnipromine Academy Dnipropetrovsk|
|2000||FC Rotor Volgograd|
|2001||FC Torpedo-ZIL Moscow|
|2001–2005||FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk|
|2005–2006||FC Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk (director of sports)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Yevhen Mefodiyovych Kucherevskyi (Ukrainian: Євген Мефодiйoвич Кучеревський, Russian: Евгений Мефодьевич Кучеревский) (6 August 1941 – 26 August 2006) was a Ukrainian football coach. He is most famous for his spells managing Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk, which, under his helm, won the Soviet Championship in 1988, took 2nd place twice in 1987 and 1989, as well as the USSR Cup in 1989. Dnipro's recent success in the first half of the 2000s is mostly attributed to his coaching as well.
Upon Kucherevskyi's funeral, the Dnipropetrovsk mayor, Ivan Kulichenko, announced the plan to name one of the city streets to the celebrated coach.
- (Russian)/(Ukrainian) Aleksey Dospekhov, The creator of Dnipropetrovs phenomenon died, Kommersant, 28 August 2006, reprinted at Korrespondent.net in Russian and in Ukrainian.
- (Russian) Ivan Krasikov, Aleksey Dospekhov, A man who did not like to concede (obituary), Kommersant, 25 August 2006
- (Russian) Ivan Krasikov, The street in Dnipropetrovsk will be named to Kucherevsky, Kommersant, 28 August 2006
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