Igor Volchok

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Igor Semyonovich Volchok (Template:Lang-ru; October 4, 1931, Moscow – April 19, 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 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)

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