Viktor Djalilov

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Viktor Djalilov
Personal information
Full name Viktor Romanovich Djalilov
Date of birth (1952-03-17) 17 March 1952 (age 65)
Place of birth Soviet Union
Club information
Current team
Uzbekistan U-22
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Tekstilshik Namangan
Teams managed
Sohibkor (Halkobod)
1992–1994 Politotdel
1995–1999 Navbahor
2000–2002 Pakhtakor Tashkent (assistant)
2002–2003 Pakhtakor Tashkent
2005– Mash'al Mubarek
2008–2009 Pakhtakor Tashkent
2010 Navbahor
2010–2011 Dynamo Samarkand
2015– Uzbekistan U-22
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Viktor Romanovich Djalilov (Uzbek: Виктор Романович Жалилов, Russian: Виктор Романович Джалилов) (born 17 March 1952) football manager and former player.


Djalilov played for Tekstilshik Namangan as player.

Managing career[edit]

He started managing career at Sohibkor Halkabod. In 1992, he was head coach of Politotdel which promoted to Uzbek League, finishing First League runner-up after Shifokor Guliston.

In 1995-1999 Djalilov was head coach of Navbahor Namangan. Navbahor won 1996 Uzbek League, twice Uzbek Cup over this period and four time finished 3rd in League.[1] In 1996, he was named by UFF - Coach of the Year. He won this award three times, once with Pakhtakor in 2002 and Mash'al Mubarek (2005).

Since 2002 he was in coach staff of Pakhtakor Tashkent. On 19 February 2002 club management appointed Djalilov as head coach of Pakhtakor, replacing Sergey Butenko.[2]

In 2002-03 AFC Champions League on April 9, 2003 Pakhtakor lost first leg match of semifinal to BEC Tero Sasana with 1:3 and in home match Pakhtakor on April 22 won only with 1:0. After that match Djalilov resigned his post and his successor Tachmurad Agamuradov who already was working as consulting coach became new coach of Pakhtakor. Djalilov remained in club.[3] In 2005 Djalilov finished runner-up in League with Mash'al Mubarek.

On 22 October 2008 the Pakhtakor appointed experienced Victor Djalilov as acting coach, after Ravshan Khaydarov resigned his job (club lost Metallurg Bekabad with 1:2, widening gap between Kuruvchi)[4][5]

Djalilov resigned his position, after Pakhtakor appointed new head coach Miodrag Radulović on 21 December 2009.[6] In January 2009 Djalilov was appointed as head coach of Navbahor.[7]

On 23 September 2010 he became head coach of Dynamo Samarkand.[8] After matchday 11 of 2011 Uzbek League Djalilov was sacked from his position for unsuccessful start in League: club won only two matches of 11.[9]

In September 2011 Djalilov moved back to Pakhtakor and became general manager, director of the club.[10]

On 23 June 2015 UFF appointed him as new head coach of Uzbekistan U-22 team.[11]




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