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Igor Volchok

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Igor Volchok
Personal information
Full name Igor Semyonovich Volchok
Date of birth 4 October 1931
Place of birth Moscow, Russian SFSR
Date of death 19 April 2016(2016-04-19) (aged 84)
Place of death Moscow, Russia
Teams managed
Years Team
1967 FC Zorya Luhansk (assistant)
1968–1970 FC Volga Kalinin
1971–1972 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1972 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1973–1974 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1973–1978 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1979–1981 FC Kairat
1982 SC Tavriya Simferopol
1983–1985 FC Lokomotiv Moscow
1984 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (director)
1990–1991 Navbahor Namangan
1993–1995 FC Shinnik Yaroslavl
1996–1998 FC Rubin Kazan
1998–2000 FC Avtomobilist Noginsk
2001–2002 FC Yelets
2003 Navbahor Namangan
2003–2004 FC Yelets (consultant)
2005 FC Yelets

Igor Semyonovich Volchok (Russian: Игорь Семёнович Волчок; 4 October 1931, Moscow – 19 April 2016, Moscow) was a Russian professional football coach.


In the game's career did not achieve much success. Was captain of Moscow, and also played for the overlapping part of the Moscow club "Torpedo" (1950) and CDSA (1951–52).

As a manager, Volchok led FC Rubin Kazan to promotion to the Russian First Division and the 1/16-finals of the Russian Cup (football).[1]

As a coach, famous for the fact that many of his charges later successfully expressed themselves in coaching: Yuri Semin, Vladimir Eshtrekov, Alexander Averyanov, Valery Gazzaev, Givi Nodia, Valery Petrakov, Vladimir Shevchuk, Vitaly Shevchenko, Valery Gladilin, Kurban Berdyev.


  • Honored coach of Russia (1972)
  • The two-time Cup winner MSSZH (1974, 1976)
  • Bronze medalist of Uzbekistan (2003)


  1. ^ "Спасибо Деду за победу! Ушел из жизни бывший главный тренер "Рубина" Игорь Волчок" (in Russian). Biznes Online (Kazan). 22 April 2016. Retrieved 19 February 2020.
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