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Grigory Fedotov

Grigory Fedotov
Personal information
Full nameGrigory Ivanovich Fedotov
Date of birth(1916-03-29)29 March 1916
Place of birthNoginsk, Russian Empire
Date of death8 December 1957(1957-12-08) (aged 41)
Place of deathMoscow, Soviet Union
Height1.74 m (5 ft 8 12 in)
Senior career*
1934–1937FC Serp i Molot Moscow
1938–1949CSKA Moscow155(124)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Grigory Ivanovich Fedotov (29 March 1916 – 8 December 1957) was a Soviet professional football player and manager.


Playing career

Fedotov played for FC Serp i Molot Moscow and CSKA Moscow, and was the first player to score over 100 goals in the Soviet Top League. The Grigory Fedotov club for Soviet/Russian players who scored 100 or more official goals in their careers is named after him. Fedotov scored 124 league goals CSKA, a tally which remains the club's record for most league goals to this day.

Coaching career

Fedotov was a coach at CSKA Moscow between his retirement from playing in 1949 and his death in 1957.

Personal life

His son was fellow player Vladimir Fedotov.

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