Rubin Kazan (Res) (@2.1) vs Tambov (Res) (@3.0)
05-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Rubin Kazan (Res) will win

Rubin Kazan (Res) – Tambov (Res) Match Prediction | 05-10-2019 05:00

Season 1966 was due to answer the question whether Rubin, a newcomer of Class A, was able to gain a foothold and to survive a competition with more experienced clubs. The first goal was scored by Alexey Beryuchevsky. Only three players were added a goalkeeper Ilyas Galimov returned from Leningrad, and forwards Murad Zadikahvili from Kutaisi and Nikolay Vorobyov from Yoshkar-Ola came. Club coaches counted on the footballers succeeded in the previous year. After a zero draw in Batumi and a loss from Kuban in Krasnodar the kazanners gained revenge from Spartak in Nalchik for the loss in the final of 1965. First three games were played away. 21 that was the first win in Class A.

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. For this year, Rubin Kazin was strengthened by the return of some of its best players: Sergei Kharlamov, Rustem Bulatov, Airat Ahmetgaliev, Rustem Khuzin. The 1997 season is also notable for Rubin Kazan in that it was the first time in 22years that the club had a reserve team. Furthermore, adding to the success of the club in this season, Rubin Kazan managed to win 13games in a row. Andrey Knyazev was the best scorer of the season, scoring 30 goals (25 of them in the championship). Having taken the lead in their zone after the third round, the club went on to soldify its position and were actually able to finish first, scoring 102points out of 120 possible. In the following year, 1997, 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.

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The reason for this was that from next season the best in the championship-93 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. In 1993, "Rubin" got a task to take in the tournament of central zone of the first league place no lower than seventh.

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. It became "Torpedo" from Pavlov. 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). Already during the tournament-1995 in the club there were personnel changes. It had a point less than Rubin. 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.

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. Overall, the season was a great success, with the club winning 22 of 34games, and only suffering six defeats. In the following year, a number of qualified players with experience from the top division were invited to the club: David Chaladze, Gennady Semin, Michail Sinev, and Andrei Konovalov. The 2001 season did not begin well for Rubin Kazan. Under his leadership, the club finished the season in 8th place. As a consequence, there was another change of coaches, as Antihovic was replaced by Kurban Bekievich Berdiyev from Smolensk Kristall.

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To the end of the season Kazan came in 10th place, and again left without a head coach. In 1980, 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: goalkeeper Ivan Kikhtenko striker Sergey Suslin, from Makhachkala midfielder Anatoly Vetrov. "Rubin" was first included in the second (the Volga-Urals) zone of the second league, which became his "home" for the next 10years.

In the fourth round a match against Spartak Nalchik ended in a draw. In the first match of the championship, Rubin defeated Kuban in Krasnodar, with a score of 20. In the fifth round, Rubin suffered a major defeat by CSKA Moscow 20. Goals were scored by Alan Kasaev and Christian Noboa. In the seventh round there was another draw in Samara playing against Krylya Sovetov, with ascore of 22. In the sixth round Rubin played against Amkar Perm to a draw, 11, with the only Rubin goal scored by Alexander Ryazantsev. Goals: Gkdeniz Karadeniz and Christian Noboa. In the third round in Makhachkala Rubin lost to local Anji. The second round was held in Kazan Terek Grozny, with Rubin again winning 20. An Amkar player helped the Rubin Captain Roman Sharonov cut the ball into his own net. In the eighth round, Rubin faced Premier League newcomers FC Krasnodar at home, the score of 21 was in favor of Kazan: two goals for Rubin scored by Gkdeniz Karadeniz, while Roman Sharonov again scored an own goal.

During the 2000 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 order to fulfil with ambition of playing in the top division of the Russianc championship, Victor Petrovich Antihovich was hired for the 2000 season. He too, however, would only stay for one contract year, enjoying little success with Rubin Kazan, which again finished in 7th place in the 1999 season. At this point, fifteen players left the team, four of which moved into top division clubs: Okroshidze, Bulatov, and Lysenko transferred to CSKA Sennikov, while Khuzin went to Amkar Perm. In a dramatic meeting at the end of the season, Kazan was in 3td place, behind Torpedo by only two points. In December 1998, one of Russia's most acclaimed coaches, Pavel Sadyrin took over training duties from Irkhin.

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After the first half of the year Rubin was 17th, and Batanov has left a captain's bridge, which was occupied by Yuri Markov again. In 1975 the team was headed by Boris Batanov from Torpedo (Moscow), a specialist with a name, indeed, he had a success only as a footballer. Kazanners took 13 points in last 8 games and finished on 11th position.

In June, recently approved in the position of head coach Victor Avraamovich Lukashenko left "Rubin". 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). Shortly after the start of the championship refused to finance the team its chief sponsor CAPO Gorbunov. In the end the season Kazan finished on 8th place, only losing a point to Nizhnekamsk "Neftechimik" and dropped into the second league. The new coach became Mourad Vahtangovich Zadikashvili.

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Just to the end of the season a ray of hope has appeared. Frankly speaking, after the 21nd[clarification needed] matchday the team had only 14 goals scored (5 of them were annulled because 2 teams has left the tournament). Newcomers of the team a goalkeeper Alexander Ivanov, a midfielder Alexander Mashin and a forward Anatoly Yashin has fit in the game successfully. In the last game of the year Rubin has beat Torpedo from Togliatii 10 and took the 7th place and left the opponent on the 8th one. During the whole season the kazanners experienced serious problems in the attack. In 1972 Rubin has been participating in the 5th zone of the Second League, which included mainly clubs of Povolzhye and Middle Asia.

Petersburg). Petersburg. In 2008, Rubin won the league championship to qualify for the 200910 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.

In 2006, Rubin had a new president when the head of the club became Alexander P. The team did well enough in the Russian Premier League to take part in European cup competitions. Russian Championship Rubin finished on fifth position, which allowed it to play next season in Intertoto Cup. In August Rubin the second time in its history played in UEFA Cup. In the second qualifying round Kazan easily passed Belarusian BATE Borisov (30 at home and 20 away). Gusev, who replaced Kamil Iskhakov. The next stage Kazan lost to Parma from Italy (both matches 01).