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

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Rubin Kazan (Res) will win

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

Neither before nor after no one could reach that period. In 1959 Iskra was headed by a 50-year-old specialist Nikolay Sentyabrev. His work didn't make waiting for results. Earlier Sentyabrev played for the region of Ivanovo and coached Tekstilschik (Ivanovo). Two footballers a defender Viktor Surkov and a goalkeeper Ilyas Galimov were included into the list of RSFSR National Squad. Iskra at one stroke made 9 steps up in the tournament table and stopped at the 5th position. In comparison with previous season much more goals were scored and less balls were missed. Thus started the epoch of Sentyabrev, with his name all successes of Kazan football of the 60-s are connected. Within the next 12years the post of a head coach of the team was occupied.

The season of 1960 was even more successful. After the first round having only one defeat from Zvezda (Perm) the kazanners were among the leaders of the zone. This season is memorable also by the fact that in June Iskra visited Poland and played the first in its history international matches with Polish teams. But during the second half Iskra was seeker, and the 4th position followed as a result.

Victories at home over Torpedo Moscow (31) and Spartak Moscow (10) pulled the club up to a mid-table position. This was followed by the team's first victory in a difficult game against Torpedo-Metallurg. 2003 saw great changes in Rubin Kazan, as a result of the arrival of a large number of foreign players, including MacBeth Sibaya, Pape Kebe, Andrs Scotti, Tom ek, and Ji Novotn. Fortune changed quickly when a serious injury to goalkeeper Sergei Kozko led to a losing streak. Winning the last 3games of the season against Krylia Sovetov, Torpedo-Metallurg and reigning champions CSKA Moscow Rubin Kazan unexpectedly snatched third place. The season began with a defeat against CSKA Moscow. After a home defeat to Zenit St. This was followed by 10 matches without defeat, which took Kazan to second place. Petersburg, Rubin dropped to 5th place.

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The leaders of last years Fomin, Golubev and Novichkov finished to play for the team. A resulting striker Nikolay Penzin appeared in the attack. Skilful Vladimir Savelyev returned home from Krylia Sovetov (Kuibyshev). Next year of 1967 considerable changes happened in the squad. Rubin had to start forming the middle line from the beginning. In the defensive line appeared: Vyacheslav Bulavin who became later famous as a player and a head coach of Zenit (Leningrad), and Gennadiy Klimanov, captain of RSFSR Youth Squad.

The gap from the leaders was one point. In 1961 kazanners again spent the strong first half of the championship and looked much worse in the second round. As a result second position in the zone and an ability to continue struggle for Class A entrance. By the brilliant attacking game is remembered Amir Toufatoullin, who scored 17 goals in 22 matches. In 1962 and 1963 the kazanners took traditional 3rd place it was rather high, but didn't give opportunities to raise one's level. But the final round was unfortunate at this time. The squad was strengthened with young Kazan players Islam Minnibaev and Albert Faizoullin. Unsuccessful start of the championship was compensated with 15 matches without a loss in a row at the finish. Next year future idol of supporters debuted, one of the most highly skilled and resulting strikers in the club history Viktor Teterkin. The year of 1964 became the turning-point. That year Iskra made its way to 1/16 of the USSR Cup Final, where it lost a rematch to Dynamo (Moscow).

During the Championship from Moscow came a striker Sergei Surov, who together with Vladimir Gavrilov and 20-year-old Oleg Nechaev for three scored 44 goals, making the most formidable line of attack in the zone. Unbeaten run was interrupted only in the 32 round, but by the time Kazan was unequivocal leader of the tournament. As a result, the first round Rubin passed without a single defeat. In 1990, before the team set the goal to get into the "buffer" league (intermediate between the first and second), for which it was necessary to take place not less than the second. After a magnificent season, Kazan scored equal points with Togliatti "Lada" and gave her a second line due to a smaller number of victories. To finish of the championship in 1991, Rubin came first, finishing with dignity "Soviet" phase of its history. Most of all got "EVM" from Ruzayevka, which Kazan scored seven unanswered goals (the biggest victory of the "Rubin" in the championships of the USSR). The following season, "Rubin" make up for all the previous failures.

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The pick of the result include an away draw at CSKA and a narrow 1-0 win against Lokomotiv. The team is stringing together some decent performances in picking up 2 wins and 2 draws from the recent four. Ufa rescued a point at SKA Khabarovsk last weekend after being 2-0 down. Ufa are 9th in the table, 4 points above the relegation zone.

First, they beat Fakel Saratov, then Lokomotive Nizhniy Novgorod, and then Arsenal from Tula. 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 15,000 fans in the Tsentralny stadium. Rubin Kazan went on to excel in the Cup of Russia in 199798. Later in 1998, 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.

He scored his first goal just in the first match against Yugoslavia on 28 October 1970. Viktor has become the only Rubins footballer who has played for USSR. In general Kolotov has played 55games and scored 22 goals for the National Team. Next year of 1968 Kazan club reduced its positions the 5th place, but some noticeable events occurred during the season. The most bright one of them was a debut of young and unknown 19-year-old Viktor Kolotov, captain of USSR National Squad in the future.

Kazanners took 13 points in last 8 games and finished on 11th position. 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. 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.

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The next four seasons, the team consistently finished above 8th place. The mayor of Kazan at the time, Kamil Iskhakov, purchased the team in 1996. Finally winning the title in 2002, Rubin was promoted to the Russian Premier League for the first time in 2003. Rubin won the Second Division in 1997 and was promoted back to the First Division the following season. Rubin finished third in its debut season to qualify for the UEFA Cup. Having never played in the Soviet Top League, the football club joined the Russian First Division in 1992 and fell to the Russian Second Division in 1994. The team faced a temporary setback in the 2004 campaign finishing in 10th place, but 2005 saw them finish fourth, again qualifying the team for the UEFA Cup.

In September 2009, Rubin were the unknowing participants in a bizarre transfer saga involving four Levski Sofia players (Zhivko Milanov, Youssef Rabeh, Darko Tasevski and Z Soares). It turned out that Levski had fallen victims to fraudsters. Official Rubin representatives denied any knowledge of the whole affair, maintaining that they knew nothing about the players in question. The quoted sum was 7million. The Bulgarian champions received a fax, supposedly from the Kazan team, offering to buy the footballers. On 20 September 2009, the four players, accompanied by a Levski representative, travelled to Moscow to undergo a medical examination, but the deal fell through, as the phony Rubin representative offered lower salaries than those originally agreed.