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Slutsky takes over Russia's national squad
Russia's football authorities announced Friday they had appointed CSKA Moscow head coach Leonid Slutsky as the country's national team manager, filling a void left by the sacking of Italian Fabio Capello.
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Slutski to combine CSKA Moskva role with Russia
Leonid Slutski has been appointed Russia coach for the rest of UEFA EURO 2016 qualifying in succession to Fabio Capello, while retaining his role at the helm of CSKA Moskva.
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Mutko Set to Become President of Russian Football Union
Russian Sports Minister Vitaly Mutko is set to become president of the Russian Football Union (RFU) after his only rival for the position, vice-speaker of the Russian State Duma Igor Lebedev, withdrew from next month's vote on Friday.
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Set-piece planning pays off for Russia's Chernov
It was a busy evening at both ends of the pitch for defender Nikita Chernov as Russia reached a first UEFA European Under-19 Championship final with a clinical second-half display against Greece. Under pressure before half-time, Russia struck four unanswered goals in the second 45 minutes, Chernov getting two of them.
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Russia ease past Greece and into final. Russia 4-0 Greece
Russia reached the UEFA European Under-19 Championship final for the first time as a dominant second-half display ended the hopes of hosts Greece. Two goals in the space of three minutes, from Nikita Chernov and Aleksei Gasilin, changed the contest, Ramil Sheydaev adding a third from the penalty spot before Chernov got his second and Russia's fourth.
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Capello leaves Russia post by mutual consent
The Russian Football Union (RFS) has confirmed Fabio Capello's contract as national team coach has been terminated by mutual consent.
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Russia advance as Group B winners, Germany out. Russia 2-2 Germany
Russia were behind early on and then ahead in Katerini, Dmitri Khomukha's team ultimately booking their place in the last four as Group B winners.
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Sheydaev reflects on Russia triumph
Russia were the only team to arrive at the UEFA European Under-19 Championship having won all of their six qualifiers and in Ramil Sheydaev they boasted the top scorer overall with ten goals. Dmitri Khomukha's side started the finals slowly with defeat against the Netherlands but burst into life against Spain.
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Russia stun Spain to secure comeback victory. Spain 1-3 Russia
Dmitri Barinov, Aleksei Gasilin and Ramil Sheydaev hit the target as a remarkable comeback victory in Veria earned Russia their first three points in Group B.
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Van Amersfoort heads Netherlands to Russia win. Netherlands 1-0 Russia
Pelle van Amersfoort scored the only goal of the first Group B game, finding the net for Aron Winter's side with a 44th-minute header.
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5 Possible Destinations for Roman Pavlyuchenko
On the 18th of June Lokomotiv Moscow confirmed what many people had suspected for a while, that the Russian striker Roman Pavlyuchenko would leave the club when his contract expired at the end of the month. Pavlyuchenko received worldwide attention after his stunning performances and three goals at the 2008 Euro which made Tottenham send ?13.7 million to Spartak Moscow to secure his services. Pavlyuchenko's stay in London was however no success, and in 2012 he returned to Russia where the 'Railroaders' from Lokomotiv were waiting for him.
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5 Possible Destinations for Andrey Arshavin
For every majestic moment in Andrey Arshavin's storied career, there has been a bizarre, embarassing advertising campaign or a run-in with fans, but boy have those moments been magic. It is a tragic feature of sport that a figure who inspired a historic UEFA Cup win for Zenit and his country's run to the semi finals of Euro 2008 could be remembered as much for the last few years of his career where he has meandered from the substitute's bench to the TV studio. After 12 years as a Zenit player, he looks set to move on as his contract with Zenit has expired, and we take a look at where he might go next.
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Report: Tottenham could make a move for Alan Dzagoev
Tottenham Hotspur are interested in signing Alan Dzagoev from CSKA Moscow this summer, according to The Daily Mail. It has been reported by the British newspaper that Spurs have been 'offered the chance to revive interest' in the 24-year-old attacker, who will cost ?16 million in transfer fee. The North London outfit were reportedly interested in recruiting the Russia international in 2012 and then 18 months ago.
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Russia prepares St Petersburg welcome for 2018 World Cup Preliminary Draw
Russia is warming to its World Cup 2018 task and preparing to welcome FIFA's 208 federations to St Petersburg for the Preliminary World Cup Draw on July 25, the first major world event in the country running up to the finals.
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Fabio Capello: Juventus need Paul Pogba back to get past Real Madrid and reach Champions League final
Former England manager Fabio Capello believes the Juventus' success in their Champions League semi-final against Real Madrid depends on the return of Paul Pogba.
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Team Russia Returns to Top 30 in FIFA World Rankings
Russia returned to the top 30 in the latest FIFA world ranking of men's national football squads published Thursday, placing 27th after months of stagnation in a lower position.
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Fyodor Cherenkov - The Russian Hero That Football Has Forgotten
It is hard to find words to describe Fyodor Cherenkov’s talent and his unique personality. The former Spartak Moscow star was an example, both in football and as far as his personal life is concerned. A simple man, unattached to material things but blessed with such an incomparable talent, had he lived in a different country or in a different era, he might well have been seen as one of the best footballers in the whole World.
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Russia 2018 will be best ever - Blatter
Nothing will stop Russia from hosting the best World Cup in the tournament's history in 2018, Fifa president Sepp Blatter said on a visit to one of the host venues Sochi on Monday. "I am a happy and proud president. I am proud that Russia is getting ready to host the World Cup," Blatter told the TASS news agency from the southern Russian city.
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Fabio Capello hits out at FA and calls for John Terry's England return
Fabio Capello has reopened old wounds with the Football Association by claiming that John Terry should still be playing for England. The FA's decision to sack Terry as captain of the national team - following allegations of racist abuse - clearly still rankles with the former England manager, who resigned following the decision.
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Russia given 3-0 win over Montenegro after suspended game
UEFA have announced that Russia have been awarded a 3-0 walkover win after last month's game against Monenegro was suspended amid unsavoury scenes.
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Russia hand debuts to seven players, draw with Kazakhstan
Fabio Capello's experimental Russia side, with seven uncapped players making their debuts, drew 0-0 with Kazakhstan in a friendly on Tuesday.
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