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Thanks God, that anti record has been never repeated. In an attempt to renew a team was undertaken.
The changes touched mainly the defensive line. Their positions were taken by talented but not experienced yet Usenko, Martynov, Sibgatullin and Schavelev.
Result was the last 20th place. But slowly the team began to build momentum, and, eventually, ended the season in 6th place.
Having scored 22 goals, he set a record of the club for one season. Distinguished, newly scorer and a year later, again hitting the opponent gate 22 times.
But it did not help to "Rubin". In , instead of Aleksei Alekseevich Beryuchevskogo, who led the "Rubin" in two previous seasons, to the post of head coach came Valeriy Salnikov.
Together with him came from Taganrog: To the end of the season Kazan came in 10th place, and again left without a head coach. The next attempt to find a suitable mentor for the team finally succeeded in In the final table in , Rubin was in 5th place.
In the next in an attempt was made to win in the zone. In a bitter struggle with Chelyabinsk "Lokomotiv" Kazan in the end gave the first line to the Ural team.
Vadim Popov scored 24 goals, updating the club record for the season. Season did not become a logical continuation of the th, only a 5th place in the zone.
In , Rubin participated even worse. With the transfer Vadim Popov to Omsk Irtysh in the attack appeared unsolvable problems.
Toothless team action in the attack was partly offset confident playing defensive line, led by Kikhtenko and Martynov, so Rubin could not fall below 10th place.
The game in attack was fixed in season , when to the team came Vladimir Gavrilov, best scorer of "Rubin" in its history. His scoring quality Gavrilov showed in the season, when with 27 balls he became the best scorer of the second league.
We can only guess how things would have developed for "Rubin" in the next , if Gavrilov stays in the team. But he decided to try his strength in the first league and moved to the Voronezh "Fakel", and when in autumn after the injury he returned to Kazan , the fans saw on the field only a pale shadow of a formidable striker.
Two of the final season of ths did not bring positive emotions. Moving up did not work, and Rubin began to sink lower and lower on the standings.
In , the team score points, mainly due to competently organized games in the defensive by the coach Alexei Alexandrovich Semyonov, who replaced Mikhailov.
After a magnificent season, Kazan scored equal points with Togliatti "Lada" and gave her a second line due to a smaller number of victories.
The following season, "Rubin" make up for all the previous failures. During the Championship from Moscow came a striker Sergei Surov, who together with Vladimir Gavrilov and year-old Oleg Nechaev for three scored 44 goals, making the most formidable line of attack in the zone.
As a result, the first round Rubin passed without a single defeat. Unbeaten run was interrupted only in the 32 round, but by the time Kazan was unequivocal leader of the tournament.
To finish of the championship in , Rubin came first, finishing with dignity "Soviet" phase of its history. After the collapse of the Soviet Union broke up into separate tournaments and the championship of the Union.
The result is that instead of the union "buffer" league "Rubin" was the first league of first Championship of Russia. In season , it consisted of three territorial zones.
Kazan had been included in the central. In the off-season left the team: In Kazan, the fans saw their team on 6 May, when in a double-edged uncompromising struggle was beaten Chelyabinsk "Zenit" 3—2.
FC Rubin Kazan during the season was in the area 5—7 positions. The leadership in the area immediately took KAMAZ, which in the end got the only ticket to the major league.
In , "Rubin" got a task to take in the tournament of central zone of the first league place no lower than seventh.
The reason for this was that from next season the best in the championship teams of three zones were to form a single first league the current first division , in which representatives from the central zone were "booked" 7 vacancies.
Shortly after the start of the championship refused to finance the team its chief sponsor CAPO Gorbunov. The new coach became Mourad Vahtangovich Zadikashvili.
Difficult financial situation was fixed after selling in Volgograd "Rotor" team leaders Oleg Nechaev and Rustem Khuzin but soon returned to "Rubin" till the end of the season on loan.
In the end the season Kazan finished on 8th place, only losing a point to Nizhnekamsk "Neftechimik" and dropped into the second league.
The following year, , coaches Zadikashvili and Semenov assemble a team literally bit by bit. Because of the continuing financial problems from the last season in the team left only 6 players: Rubin had to resort to the services of veterans and young students of urban football.
At the beginning of the season, the first time in the history of the club did there was no money to go to the next game in Gorodishe and Volzhski.
As a consequence, two technical defeat of 0—3 and a warning that in case of repeated failure to appear, the team will be disqualified from the tournament.
Later, Kazan for the third time staying at home, this time ignoring Tula. Fortunately, and for this act "Rubin" was not disqualified from the championship.
One of the key games of the season took place on 2 October in Yoshkar-Ola. Residence in the second division was maintained.
Already during the tournament in the club there were personnel changes. Instead of a retired Zadikashvili came to the team Vladimir Borisovich Saveliev and Oleg Flegontov, who became head coach, respectively, and the director of the team.
Due to intense activity guideline "tandem" Golov-Flegontov, in a short time managed to attract to the team several good level players, who helped the club does not fall lower rank.
Only in the final round of the championship determined the fourth failure, who left the second league with the other three all was clear much earlier.
It became "Torpedo" from Pavlov. It had a point less than Rubin. Kazan team, at the last moment managed to jump off the footboard of the train going to the third league.
The turning point in the modern history of Rubin Kazan came in , when the patron of the club, Kamil Iskhakrov, became the mayor of Kazan , and helped to improve the financial health of the club.
In addition, he set up a two-part goal for the club: With the club finances in order, Rubin Kazan were able to prepare for the season under more relaxed circumstances.
As head coach, the experienced Igor Volchok was hired; he too devoted himself to the goal set out by Iskharov.
Eighteen new players came to Rubin Kazan, including some who had played for the club previously: In addition, two skilled forwards joined the proceedings: Vladimir Pantyushenko and Rustam Zabirov.
The result was that Rubin Kazan finished in 6th place in In the following year, , the goal to reach the first league became more complicated through the fact that, according to the rules, only one club from the central zone of the second league could qualify.
For this year, Rubin Kazin was strengthened by the return of some of its best players: Valery Aleskarov from Nizhnekamsk performed duties as goalkeeper, and Andrey Knyazev from Magnitogorsk played at the top.
Thus, the goal of returning the club to the first division was fulfilled. Andrey Knyazev was the best scorer of the season, scoring 30 goals 25 of them in the championship.
Rubin Kazan went on to excel in the Cup of Russia in — In the game against Tula, a goal by Airat Ahmetgaliev became decisive, as it was scored only two minutes before the end of the match, delighting the 15, fans in the Tsentralny stadium.
Later in , Volchok retired as head coach, and was replaced by Alexander Sergeyevich Irkhin, although he would only last for the remainder of the season.
In the first division championship of this year, Rubin Kazan finished in 7th place. In December , one of Russia's most acclaimed coaches, Pavel Sadyrin took over training duties from Irkhin.
He too, however, would only stay for one contract year, enjoying little success with Rubin Kazan, which again finished in 7th place in the season.
In order to fulfil with ambition of playing in the top division of the Russianc championship, Victor Petrovich Antihovich was hired for the season.
At this point, fifteen players left the team, four of which moved into top division clubs: During the season, Saratov "Sokol" was the clear favorite for the 1st place, while Rubin Kazin struggled with Torpedo-ZIL for the second qualifying slot to the top division.
In a dramatic meeting at the end of the season, Kazan was in 3td place, behind Torpedo by only two points.
The season did not begin well for Rubin Kazan. As a consequence, there was another change of coaches, as Antihovic was replaced by Kurban Bekievich Berdiyev from Smolensk Kristall.
Under his leadership, the club finished the season in 8th place. In the following year, a number of qualified players with experience from the top division were invited to the club: Striker David Chaladze tied with Vyacheslav Kamoltsevym for the title of best scorer; both scored 20 goals.
Chaladze became the third player in the club's history to scoring four goals in one game, in the match against Krasnoyarsk Metallurg.
This was followed by the team's first victory in a difficult game against Torpedo-Metallurg. Victories at home over Torpedo Moscow 3—1 and Spartak Moscow 1—0 pulled the club up to a mid-table position.
This was followed by 10 matches without defeat, which took Kazan to second place. Fortune changed quickly when a serious injury to goalkeeper Sergei Kozko led to a losing streak.
After a home defeat to Zenit St. Petersburg , Rubin dropped to 5th place. In Rubin began on an optimistic note.
Almost nobody left the team, and incoming transfers looked promising. The first victory in the season came only in the 8th round over Spartak 2—0.
It allowed Rubin to leave the last place. Tenth place, of course, was seen as a failure after the excellent season In , Rubin had a new president when the head of the club became Alexander P.
Gusev, who replaced Kamil Iskhakov. The team did well enough in the Russian Premier League to take part in European cup competitions.
The next stage Kazan lost to Parma from Italy both matches 0—1. Russian Championship Rubin finished on fifth position, which allowed it to play next season in Intertoto Cup.
In the season, again there was a major refurbishment of the team. Rubin added a number of players, but many players left the team before , due to the poor performance of the team: The season was further marred by the death of defender Lenar Gilmullin , a Kazan native who played for the first team.
In , Rubin won the league championship to qualify for the —10 UEFA Champions League Group stage, making them the easternmost team to play in the competition.
Their championship season began with a league record seven consecutive wins, including victories against defending champions Zenit St.
Rubin clinched its first championship in club history and became only the third club from outside Moscow to win the Russian Premier League after Spartak-Alania Vladikavkaz and Zenit St.
Petersburg to win the Russian Premier League championship for the second season in a row. In this tournament "Rubin" was presented by Junior team led by Yuri Utkulbayev.
The sole goal was brought by Alexander Bukharov in the first half. It was clear that a foreign manager would be needed as most of the high-profile Russian coaches were not successful with the national team.
On 10 April , it was announced that then Australia manager Guus Hiddink would lead Russia in the Euro qualification campaign.
For much of the campaign, it was between Russia and England to obtain the final qualifying place behind Croatia. Russia lost 3—0 away to England, and in the return game in Moscow , fell to an early goal from Wayne Rooney.
During the second half Russia came from behind to win 2—1 with Roman Pavlyuchenko scoring both goals. On 17 November , Russia suffered a 2—1 defeat to Israel to put qualification hopes in jeopardy, but Russia still managed to qualify one point ahead of England by beating Andorra 1—0 while England lost 3—2 to Croatia.
In a preparation friendly against Serbia , leading striker Pavel Pogrebnyak was injured and would miss the tournament. Russia lost their opening match 4—1 to Spain in Innsbruck but then beat Greece 1—0 with a goal by Konstantin Zyryanov.
The third game saw Russia defeat Sweden 2—0 through goals by Roman Pavlyuchenko and Andrei Arshavin , resulting in Russia advancing to the quarter-finals in second place behind Spain.
In the quarter-final against the Netherlands , Roman Pavlyuchenko scored a volley ten minutes after half-time. With four minutes left in the match, Ruud van Nistelrooy scored, to make it 1—1 and put the game into extra time.
But Russia regained the lead when Andrei Arshavin raced down the left flank and sent a cross towards substitute Dmitri Torbinski , who tapped the ball into the net.
Arshavin then beat Edwin van der Sar , ending the match 3—1, and sent Russia through to their first major semi-final since the breakup of the USSR.
In the semi-finals Russia was once again matched up against Spain, and lost 3—0. The team started the campaign with a 2—1 victory over Wales but on 11 October lost 2—1 to Germany.
Russia's form then improved, and by winning 3—1 away to Wales on the same day as Finland drew 1—1 to Liechtenstein, guaranteed them at least a play-off spot.
The match at the Luzhniki Stadium against Germany to top the group was watched by 84, fans. Miroslav Klose scored the only goal of the game in the 35th minute, sending the Germans to the finals in South Africa and Russia to a play-off.
On 14 November, Russia faced Slovenia in the first-leg of their two-legged play-off, where they won 2—1 with two goals from Diniyar Bilyaletdinov.
Led by Dick Advocaat , Russia were considered before the starting of the tournament as the dark horses of the competition as they had been unbeaten since nearly 15 games and managed to record an impressive 3—0 win against Italy only one week before the Euro 's opening game kick-off.
The Sbornaya started off the tournament by justifying the belief with a sensational 4—1 win over the Czech Republic and temporarily went to the top of the group with three points.
In the second game against co-host Poland, Dick Advocaat's side saw Dzagoev continuing his fine form. He netted the opener but Poland managed to equalise in the second half.
Despite having drawn, the result wasn't seen as negative. The Sbornaya went full of confidence to the final game against Greece which they were meeting for the third time in a row.
However, things did not go as expected as Greece scored the opener late in the first half. The game finished with a 1—0 loss which eliminated the Russians from the tournament to the disbelief of the supporters.
The group stage exit was considered as one of the biggest surprises of the Euro and resulted in a hostile reaction from fans and medias.
Advocaat and most of the team such as Andrey Arshavin were heavily criticized for the perceived excess of confidence. Russia competed in Group F of World Cup qualification and qualified in first place after a 1—1 draw with Azerbaijan in their last game.
In their first group match, against South Korea , goalkeeper Igor Akinfeev fumbled a long-range shot from Lee Keun-ho , dropping it over the line to give the Koreans the lead.
Russia then went on to equalise through substitute Aleksandr Kerzhakov , who drew equal to Vladimir Beschastnykh 's record 26 goals for Russia, and the match finished 1—1.
The final group stage match between Algeria and Russia on 26 June ended 1—1, advancing Algeria and eliminating Russia.
A win for Russia would have seen them qualify, and they led the game 1—0 after six minutes through Aleksandr Kokorin.
In the 60th minute of the game, a green laser was shone in Akinfeev's face while he was defending from an Algerian free kick, from which Islam Slimani scored to equalise.
Both Akinfeev and Russian coach Fabio Capello blamed the laser for the decisive conceded goal. Russia began their campaign well with a 4—0 win against Liechtenstein.
This was followed by a string of shaky performances by Russia, two 1—1 draws against Sweden and Moldova and two 1—0 losses against Austria.
Russia were awarded a 3—0 victory against Montenegro due to crowd violence. At this stage, Russia looked to be finishing third in their group before they bounced back by winning their remaining matches against Sweden, Liechtenstein, Moldova and Montenegro to finish second in their qualifying group above Sweden and qualify for UEFA Euro During the group stages of the tournament, UEFA imposed a suspended disqualification on Russia for crowd trouble during a group match against England.
Russia qualified for the Confederations Cup as hosts. On 2 December , Russia were selected to host the World Cup and automatically qualified for the tournament.
The team lost more games than it won and this made their FIFA ranking fall to 70th, the lowest among all World Cup participants. Despite a series of poor results in warm-up games, however, Russia began their World Cup campaign with a 5—0 demolition of Saudi Arabia, who were three places above them in the rankings,  on 14 June in the opening match of the FIFA World Cup.
Advancing from their group in second place, Russia faced Spain at the Round of 16 in Moscow. Spain were considered one of the tournament favorites with many accomplished players at club and international level, having won edition.
Russia managed to surprise Spain in one of the biggest shocks in World Cup history; beating them in a penalty shootout after the match ended 1—1 in regular time.
The win against Spain sent supporters and residents of Russia into wild celebrations, as they reached the quarter-finals for the first time since the breakup of the Soviet Union.
Then thoughts turned to winning the thing. What we have seen is a significant change in people's attitudes, and in the history of Russian football".
Russia then played Croatia in the quarter-finals held at Sochi, on 7 July. In the round of Following the break up of the Soviet Union , the Russian Football Union opted for a new identity, replacing the red and white Adidas kits with strips supplied by Reebok.
Reebok presented the team in red, blue and white kits reflecting the new national flag of Russia. In , Nike decided on a simpler design using just blue and white.
The design, used at the FIFA World Cup and Euro , consisted of mainly a white base with blue trim and the opposite combination for the away kit.
After failing to qualify for the FIFA World Cup , Nike moved in another direction by reintroducing red, this time as the home kit, while white being reversed as the away colour.
This combination however proved to be short lived as a return to red and white was made in The edition of the kit used at Euro featured a red base with gold trim and a Russian flag positioned diagonally while the away kit was a minimalistic white with red trim combination.
The FIFA World Cup kit made return to the maroon and gold colour scheme once again, with Russian flag-coloured stripes built horizontally into the sleeves, the front includes the pattern in different shades of maroon depicting the Monument to the Conquerors of Space.
The away kit is mostly white with blue trim, the top of the front below the trim shows the view of Earth from space.
The sides and back of the collar are made in the colours of the Russian flag. The Russian national team's official shirt supplier since is Adidas.
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