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Rashid Rakhimov

Rashid Rakhimov
Amkar Perm
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Rashid Rakhimov (born 18 March 1965 in Dushanbe, Tajikistan) is Russian football coach and former footballer, last worked as head coach of Amkar Perm until September 2011.

Playing career

Much of Rakhimov's playing career is related to Pamir Dushanbe, where he was playing from 1980 to 1991, the last three seasons in Soviet Top League. After that he moved on to playing in such clubs as Spartak Moscow, Real Valladolid, Lokomotiv Moscow. In the later part of his career as a footballer he moved to Austria, playing for FK Austria Wien, Admira Wacker and SV Ried, where he was very popular with fans.[1]

International

Rakhimov played 4 matches for Russian national football team during 1994–1995. Rakhimov played for the football team of his country of birth Tajikistan national football team in 1992 and 1996.

Honours

  • Russian Premier League champion: 1992, 1994.
  • Russian Premier League bronze: 1994 (played for two teams that season).
  • Soviet Cup winner: 1992.

Coaching career

After he finished playing, he was invited to struggling Admira Wacker as a manager in 2002. He saved the club from relegation, but quit in 2004.

In 2006 he was invited to FC Amkar Perm, which was also facing relegation. After an impressive run of performances, Amkar stayed in Premier League, and Rakhimov signed a 2-year contract with the club in the beginning of 2007 season.

On 6 December 2007, he signed a 3-year contract with Lokomotiv Moscow and was fired on 28 April 2009.[2] After nineteen months, he returned to Amkar Perm.

On 28 September 2011 Amkar Perm President Gennady Shilov confirmed that the club had accepted Rakhimov's resignation.

References

External links

  • nationalfootballteams profile


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