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Vladimir Maminov
Personal information
Date of birth September 4, 1974 (1974-09-04) (age 35)
Place of birth    Moscow, Soviet Union
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position midfielder
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1992-2008 FC Lokomotiv Moscow 400 (31)   
National team
2001-2005 Uzbekistan 012 0(3)
Teams managed
2009 Lokomotiv Moscow (caretaker)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Maminov (Russian: Владимир Александрович Маминов) (born 4 September 1974) is a retired Russian footballer who also has Uzbekistan citizenship. In 2009, he was the caretaker head coach of FC Lokomotiv Moscow.

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Career

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

International

Maminov received 12 caps and scored three goals for the national team between 2001 and 2005 [1].

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

Honors

Coaching Career

Maminov was named as Caretaker Head Coach from FC Lokomotiv Moscow on 28 April 2009, he replaces Rashid Rakhimov[2]. Maminov started his coaching career with a victory over Spartak Nalchik.

See also

References

External links

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Vladimir Maminov
Personal information
Date of birth September 4, 1974 (1974-09-04) (age 36)
Place of birth    Moscow, Soviet Union
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Playing position central midfielder
Club information
Current club Lokomotiv Moscow (Assistant Manager)
Senior career1
Years Club App (Gls)*
1992-2008 FC Lokomotiv Moscow 400 (31)   
National team
2001-2005 Uzbekistan 012 0(3)
Teams managed
2009
2009-present
Lokomotiv Moscow (caretaker)
Lokomotiv Moscow (Assistant)

1 Senior club appearances and goals
counted for the domestic league only.
* Appearances (Goals)

Vladimir Aleksandrovich Maminov (Russian: Владимир Александрович Маминов) (born 4 September 1974) is a retired Russian footballer who also has Uzbekistan citizenship. In 2009, he was the caretaker head coach of FC Lokomotiv Moscow. Following the appointment of Yury Semin, Maminov was installed as assistant manager of Semin.

Contents

Career

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

International

Maminov received 12 caps and scored three goals for the national team between 2001 and 2005 [1].

Club career stats

Last update: 29 November 2008

SeasonTeamCountryDivisionAppsGoals
1992FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia100
1993FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia120
1994FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1111
1995FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1111
1996FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1313
1997FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1316
1998FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1193
1999FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1213
2000FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1172
2001FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1255
2002FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1284
2003FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1232
2004FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1181
2005FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1200
2006FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia150
2007FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia190
2008FC Lokomotiv Moscow Russia1170

Honors

Coaching career

Maminov was named as Caretaker Head Coach from FC Lokomotiv Moscow on 28 April 2009, he replaces Rashid Rakhimov[2]. Maminov started his coaching career with a victory over Spartak Nalchik.

See also

References

External links


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