Russian Premier League managers

Posted May 30, 2011
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  1. Slaven Bilic

    Slaven Bilic


    Slaven Bilić (born 11 September 1968) is a retired Croatian professional footballer and current manager of English club West Ham United.

  2. Ruud Gullit

    Ruud Gullit


    Ruud Gullit (born Rudi Dil, 1 September 1962) is a Dutch football manager and former footballer who played professionally in the 1980s and 1990s as a midfielder. He was the captain of the Netherlands national team that was victorious at Euro 88 and was also a member of the squad for the 1990 World Cup and Euro 92.

  3. Oleg Blokhin

    Oleg Blokhin


    Oleh Volodymyrovych Blokhin (Ukrainian: Оле́г Володи́мирович Блохі́н, Russian: Оле́г Влади́мирович Блохи́н; born 5 November 1952 in Kyiv) is a former Ukrainian football player and manager who is currently a free agent. Blokhin was formerly a standout striker for Dynamo Kyiv and the Soviet Union.

  4. Zico



    Arthur Antunes Coimbra (born 3 March 1953 in Rio de Janeiro), better known as Zico is a Brazilian coach and former footballer. Often called the "White Pelé", he was a creative player, gifted with excellent technical ability and vision, and he is considered one of the most skilled finishers and best passers ever. Arguably the world's best player of the late 1970s and early 80s, he is regarded as one of the best playmakers and free kick specialists of all time, able to bend the ball in all directions. In 1999, Zico came eighth in the FIFA Player of the Century grand jury vote, and in 2004 was named in the FIFA 100 list of the world's greatest living players. According to Pelé, generally considered the best player ever, "throughout the years, the one player that came closest to me was Zico".

  5. André Villas Boas

    André Villas Boas


    Luís André de Pina Cabral e Villas-Boas (born 17 October 1977), known as André Villas-Boas, is a Portuguese football manager who is the current manager of Russian club Zenit Saint Petersburg. He spent eight months as manager of Académica, one year as manager of Porto, nine months as manager of Chelsea and a year-and-a-half as manager of Tottenham Hotspur. He led Porto to an undefeated 2010–11 season in the Primeira Liga, winning four trophies and becoming the youngest manager ever to win a European title in the process. He is one of a growing group of managers who have never played at the top level.

  6. Michael Laudrup

    Michael Laudrup


    Michael Laudrup (born 15 June 1964) is a retired Danish footballer and former manager of Qatar Stars League club Lekhwiya. He is the older brother of fellow retired footballer Brian Laudrup.

  7. Dick Advocaat

    Dick Advocaat


    Dirk Nicolaas "Dick" Advocaat (born 27 September 1947) is a Dutch football manager and former player. He is currently without a club, having resigned as head coach of Premier League club Sunderland on 4 October 2015.

  8. Unai Emery

    Unai Emery


    Unai Emery Etxegoien (born 3 November 1971) is a Spanish football manager, currently in charge of Sevilla FC.

  9. Luciano Spalletti

    Luciano Spalletti


    Luciano Spalletti (born 7 March 1959) is an Italian football manager and a former player.

  10. Sergei Ovchinnikov

    Sergei Ovchinnikov


    Sergei Ivanovich Ovchinnikov (Russian: Серге́й Ива́нович Овчи́нников; born 10 November 1970 in Moscow) or Boss is a manager and former association football goalkeeper who played for the Russian national team. He currently works as a goalkeepers' coach in the Russian national football team and as an assistant manager in CSKA Moscow.

  11. Sergei Yuran

    Sergei Yuran


    Sergei Nikolayevich Yuran (Russian: Серге́й Николаевич Юран, Ukrainian: Сергій Миколайович Юран Serhij Mykolajovyč Juran; born 11 June 1969 in Luhansk, Soviet Union) is a Ukrainian former footballer and a current coach. As a striker, he represented the USSR and Russia at international level.

  12. Anatoliy Byshovets

    Anatoliy Byshovets


    Anatoliy Fyodorovich Byshovets (Ukrainian: Анато́лій Фе́дорович Бишове́ць, Russian: Анатолий Фёдорович Бышовец) (born 23 April 1946 in Kiev, Soviet Union, now Ukraine) is a Soviet-Ukrainian football manager and former Soviet international striker. He played his entire professional career with club side Dynamo Kyiv. He won Olympic gold as a coach with the Soviet team at the 1988 Summer Olympics. He was also a manager of USSR, Russia, and South Korea national teams. At the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, he managed South Korean team. One of the most successful and noble modern Russian coaches.

  13. Aleksandr Tarkhanov

    Aleksandr Tarkhanov


    Aleksandr Fyodorovich Tarkhanov (Russian: Александр Фёдорович Тарханов; born September 6, 1954 in Kazakh SSR) is a retired Soviet football player and a current Russian coach. He last worked as a manager for FC Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast.

  14. Anatoly Baidachny

    Anatoly Baidachny


    Anatoly Nikolayevich Baidachny (Russian: Анатолий Николаевич Байдачный) (born 1 October 1952 in Moscow) is a Russian football manager who managed the Belarus national football team from 2003–05. Previously he managed FC Rostov.

  15. Andrey Chernyshov

    Andrey Chernyshov


    Andrei Alekseyevich Chernyshov (Russian: Андрей Алексеевич Чернышов, born January 7, 1968 in Moscow) is an association football manager and former player. He is currently a director of sports for FC Torpedo Moscow.

  16. Myron Markevych

    Myron Markevych


    Myron Bohdanovych Markevych (Ukrainian: Миро́н Богда́нович Марке́вич; born February 1, 1951 in Vynnyky, Lviv oblast, Ukrainian SSR) is a former football midfielder and current head coach of Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk in the Ukrainian Premier League and former head coach of the Ukrainian national football team. He holds the record for coaching the most matches (500 as on August 15, 2011) in the Ukrainian Premier League.

  17. Konstantin Beskov

    Konstantin Beskov


    Konstantin Ivanovich Beskov (Russian: Константи́н Ива́нович Бе́сков; 18 November 1920 – 6 May 2006) was a Soviet/Russian footballer and coach.

  18. Vladimir Weiss

    Vladimir Weiss


    Vladimír Weiss (born 21 September 1939) is a former Czechoslovak football defender and later coach. He won the Olympic silver medal for Czechoslovakia at the 1964 Summer Olympics.

  19. Artur Jorge

    Artur Jorge


    Artur Jorge Braga Melo Teixeira (born 13 February 1946), commonly known as Artur Jorge, is a former Portuguese footballer and current manager.

  20. Boris Bunjak

    Boris Bunjak


    Boris Bunjak (Serbian Cyrillic: Борис Буњак, born November 17, 1954) is a Serbian football coach and a former player.

  21. Gadzhi Gadzhiev

    Gadzhi Gadzhiev


    Gadzhi Muslimovich Gadzhiyev (Russian: Гаджи Муслимович Гаджиев; born 28 October 1945) is a Russian football manager who works as a manager with Amkar Perm.

  22. Igor Shalimov

    Igor Shalimov


    Igor Mihailovich Shalimov (born 2 February 1969 in Moscow, Russia) is a Russian football manager and a former midfielder. He is the manager for FC Krasnodar-2.

  23. Valery Gazzaev

    Valery Gazzaev


    Valery Georgievich Gazzaev (Russian: Вале́рий Гео́ргиевич Газза́ев, Valeriy Georgyevich Gazzayev; Ossetian: Гæззаты Георгийы фырт Валери, Gæzzaty Georgijy fyrt Valeri) is a Russian football manager and former footballer of Ossetian descent who was recently the president and manager of FC Alania Vladikavkaz before the club withdrew from the league. As a Soviet footballer he played the position of a striker enjoying successes with his team FC Dynamo Moscow as well as the USSR national football team in the Olympics.

  24. David Kipiani

    David Kipiani


    David Kipiani (Georgian: დავით ყიფიანი; 18 November 1951 – 17 September 2001) was a Georgian football midfielder and manager.

  25. Aleksandrs Starkovs

    Aleksandrs Starkovs


    Aleksandrs Starkovs (born 26 July 1955 in Madona, Latvia) is a Latvian football coach and a former footballer. He is currently working at the Latvian Football Federation as the chairman of the National teams' committee. Starkovs also works as a coach for the Skonto Academy youth teams.

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