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Aleksandr Maslov

Playing position  Striker
Height  1.82 m
Years  Team
Number  11 (FC Rostov / Forward)
Name  Aleksandr Maslov
Position  Forward
Role  Footballer

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Full name  Aleksandr Vladimirovich Maslov
Date of birth  (1969-12-25) 25 December 1969 (age 45)
Place of birth  Makhachkala, Soviet Union
Current team  FC Rostov (assistant manager)

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Aleksandr Maslov (Russian: Алекса́ндр Влади́мирович Ма́слов) (born 25 December 1969 in Makhachkala) is a Russian ex-footballer. He played as a striker for Russian, Spanish and Swiss professional clubs, most notably for FC Rostov. Currently he is an assistant coach at Rostov.

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Aleksandr Maslov started his player career in a Soviet Second League club Dynamo Makhachkala. In 1991, he moved to play for Nart Cherkessk, a club that was given a place in the 1992 Russian Second Division after the dissolution of USSR. In 1992, he debuted in the Russian Top Division with Dynamo Stavropol.

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In the middle of 1993 season Maslov transferred to Rostselmash, another Top Division side. Rostselmash were relegated that season, and in 1994 Maslov scored 32 goals to help them win the promotion back. In 1996, he became the top scorer of the Russian Top Division, scoring 23 goals in 33 matches.

In 1998 Maslov moved to Spain to play for Albacete Balompié. His spell with the club was not successful, as he made only 8 appearances in the course of a year. In 1999-2001 Maslov played for various Swiss clubs.

In 2002, he returned to Rostov-on-Don to play for the renamed FC Rostov. After finishing his player career in 2004 he started working at Rostov as an assistant coach.

Maslov holds records for most goals scored for Rostov in the Russian league overall (90) and in one season (23).

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References

Aleksandr Maslov Wikipedia


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