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Vladimir Maminov

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Vladimir Maminov
Personal information
Date of birth (1974-09-04) 4 September 1974 (age 46)
Place of birth Moscow, Soviet Union
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1992–2008 FC Lokomotiv Moscow 400 (31)
National team
2001–2005 Uzbekistan 12 (3)
Teams managed
2009 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (caretaker)
2009–2011 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (assistant)
2011 FC Lokomotiv Moscow (caretaker)
2014 FC Rubin Kazan (coach)
2014–2015 FC Khimki
2016–2017 FC Solyaris Moscow
2017–2018 FC Tyumen
2020 FC Aktobe
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Maminov (Russian: Владимир Александрович Маминов; born 4 September 1974) is a Russian-born football manager and a former player who represented Uzbekistan internationally.

Career

He played all his career for Russian Premier League club FC Lokomotiv Moscow as a central midfielder.

International

Born in Moscow, Maminov was one of several foreign-born players to represent the Uzbekistan national football team in 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifying. He scored on his debut, a 7–0 victory against Taiwan on 23 April 2001.[1]

Maminov received 12 caps and scored three goals for the national team between 2001 and 2005.[2]

Club career stats

Last update: 29 November 2008

Season Team Country Division Apps Goals
1992 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 0 0
1993 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 2 0
1994 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 11 1
1995 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 11 1
1996 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 31 3
1997 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 31 6
1998 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 19 3
1999 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 21 3
2000 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 17 2
2001 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 25 5
2002 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 28 4
2003 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 23 2
2004 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 18 1
2005 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 20 0
2006 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 5 0
2007 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 9 0
2008 FC Lokomotiv Moscow  Russia 1 17 0

Honours

Team

Individual

  • 33 Best Russian Player :
    • 1st: 2004
    • 2nd: 2002, 2003

Coaching career

Lokomotiv

Maminov was named as caretaker head coach for FC Lokomotiv Moscow on 28 April 2009, he replaced Rashid Rakhimov.[3] Maminov started his coaching career with a victory over Spartak Nalchik. He became assistant to Yuri Semin when Semin was appointed the new manager. After Yuri Krasnozhan was fired from manager position in June 2011, Maminov was appointed the caretaker once more. This time he managed the team for about 3 weeks before being replaced by José Couceiro.

Rubin

On 10 January 2014, Maminov was appointed assistant manager of FC Rubin Kazan.[4]

Khimki

On 19 June 2014, Maminov was appointed head coach of FC Khimki.[5]

See also

References

  1. ^ Русские и болгары приносят победу сборной Узбекистана (in Russian). Sport-Express. 23 April 2001.
  2. ^ Uzbekistan - Record International Players
  3. ^ Lokomotiv Moscow fires coach Rakhimov on www.usatoday.com
  4. ^ Маминов - помощник Билялетдинова в "Рубине" (in Russian). sport-express.ru. 10 January 2014.
  5. ^ "ХИМКИ" ВОЗГЛАВИЛ ВЛАДИМИР МАМИНОВ (in Russian). FC Khimki. 19 June 2014.
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