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Vasili Kulkov

Name  Vasili Kulkov
Role  Footballer

Years  Team
Height  1.8 m
1984–1985  Dynamo Kashira
Current team  FC Spartak Moscow
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Full name  Vassily Sergeyevich Kulkov
Date of birth  (1966-06-11) 11 June 1966 (age 49)

Place of birth  Moscow, Soviet Union
Playing position  Defender / Midfielder

Vassily Sergeyevich Kulkov (Russian: Владимир Серге́евич Кульков; born 11 June 1966) is a Russian retired footballer, and a current coach.

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Either a central defender or defensive midfielder, he was best known for his spells at Spartak Moscow and Benfica.

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Club career

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Kulkov was born in Moscow, Soviet Union. From 1984 until the end of his career he played for a host of clubs in Russia, coming to prominence with hometown's most notably FC Spartak Moscow, from where he left in 1991 for a Portuguese league stint with S.L. Benfica (where he played with countrymen Aleksandr Mostovoi and Sergei Yuran).

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In the 1994–95 season, both Kulkov and Yuran joined FC Porto, being very important figures in the league's conquest. Aged 29, the former returned to Spartak, only to be immediately shortly after to Milwall in the English second division, where he failed to adjust immensely, appearing very rarely in a six-month loan.

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After two years with FC Zenit Saint Petersburg and one at FC Krylia Sovetov Samara, Kulkov returned to Portugal, joining F.C. Alverca – Benfica's feeder club but also in the top flight. He closed out his career with amateurs FC Shatura, aged 35.

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Kulkov then had some spells in coaching, notably assisting countryman Anatoliy Byshovets at C.S. Marítimo in 2003. Six years later he moved to Spartak Moscow's reserves, in the same capacity.

International career

Kulkov made his debut for the Soviet Union on 26 April 1989, in a 1990 FIFA World Cup qualifier against East Germany. Despite playing regularly for the national team for several years, he did not participate in any major tournament: in 1990, he was not selected for the final stages in Italy, and missed UEFA Euro 1992 (with CIS) and 1996 due to injury.

Before the 1994 FIFA World Cup, several Russia players, including Kulkov, signed a letter demanding that team manager Pavel Sadyrin resign. The coach did not and the player refused to participate.

Honours

Spartak Moscow
  • Soviet Top League: 1989
  • Benfica
  • Primeira Liga: 1993–94
  • Taça de Portugal: 1992–93
  • Porto
  • Primeira Liga: 1994–95
  • References

    Vasili Kulkov Wikipedia


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