Vladimir Fedotov

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Vladimir Fedotov
Personal information
Full name Vladimir Grigorievich Fedotov
Date of birth (1943-01-18)18 January 1943
Place of birth Moscow, Soviet Union
Date of death 29 March 2009(2009-03-29) (aged 66)
Place of death Moscow, Russia
Playing position Striker
Youth career
FShM Moscow
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1960–1975 CSKA 382 (92)
National team
1970–1974 Soviet Union 22 (4)
Teams managed
1978–1980 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1981–1982 SKA Rostov-on-Don
1984 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1986–1987 SKA Rostov-on-Don
1990–1992 Asmaral Moscow
1992–1993 Muharraq
1993 Spartak Vladikavkaz (caretaker)
1994 FC Dynamo Moscow (assistant)
1995–1996 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1998 FC Metallurg Lipetsk
1998–1999 FC Sokol Saratov
1999 FC Chernomorets Novorossiysk
2000 PFC Levski Sofia
2001 FC Arsenal Tula
2002–2003 FC Spartak Moscow (assistant)
2003 FC Spartak Moscow (caretaker)
2004–2006 FC Spartak Moscow (technical director)
2004 FC Spartak Moscow (sports director)
2006 FC Spartak Moscow (VP)
2006–2007 FC Spartak Moscow
2007–2008 FC Moscow (sports director)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Vladimir Grigorievich Fedotov (Russian: Владимир Григорьевич Федотов) (18 January 1943 – 29 March 2009) was a Soviet football striker and manager who holds the all-time record of caps for CSKA Moscow. He was the son of famous Soviet football and ice hockey player Grigory Fedotov, and also worked as sporting director of FC Moscow.[citation needed]


His only professional club was CSKA (1960–1975, 382 matches and 92 goals in the Soviet Top League); also he made 22 appearances for the Soviet Union national team between 1970 and 1975, scoring 4 goals. After Fedotov ended his playing career, he became a manager.[citation needed]


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