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Born on August 7, 1954, Ordzhonikidze, USSR (Russia) - Soviet footballer (striker), Soviet and Russian football coach, deputy of the State Duma of the VII convocation.

Graduated from school number 15 of Vladikavkaz of the North Ossetian ASSR. Pupil of the football school "Spartak" (Ordzhonikidze).

Played in the teams "Spartak" (Ordzhonikidze). (1970-1973, 1975), SKA (Rostov-on-Don) (1974), Lokomotiv (Moscow) (1976-1978), Dynamo (Moscow) (1979-1985), Dynamo (Tbilisi) (1986). In the USSR championships he played 283 matches, scored 89 goals, played 8 matches in the USSR national team, scored 4 goals. Member of the scorers club Grigory Fedotov (117 goals).

Graduated from the All-Union Correspondence Institute of Law in 1981, and from the Higher School of Coaches in October 1989. Coach of the Dynamo school (Moscow) (1986-1987). In 1989 he headed the Vladikavkaz "Spartak", with which the next year he entered the top league of the USSR championship. In 1991 he received an invitation from the management of the Moscow "Dynamo" and from the 2nd round of the USSR championship in 1991 headed the Dynamo team.

On September 14, 1993, after a devastating 0: 6 defeat from the German Eintracht, he wrote a letter of resignation from the post of head coach of his own free will.

took over Alania on December 14, 1993. In 1995, together with the club, he became the Russian football champion for the first time.

In 1999 he returned to Dynamo, where he worked for 2 years.

In 2001-2003, Gazzaev was the head coach of CSKA Moscow, and in 2001-2002 he headed the Russian youth team.

After the resignation of Oleg Romantsev, Gazzaev was appointed head coach of the Russian national team on July 8, 2002 by secret ballot of the RFU Executive Committee. Under Gazzaev, the national team played only 9 official matches.

Gazzaev combined the posts of CSKA coach and the Russian national team.

In 2003, Gazzayev was fired from CSKA, and in the same month, a defeat from Israel in a friendly match (1: 2) with an indistinct game led to the resignation of Gazzaev and from the post of coach of the Russian national team.

However, the club's situation deteriorated when Portuguese Arthur Jorge took over. As a result, Gazzaev returned to the team six months after his dismissal, having revised his attitude to the game. He worked at CSKA until 2008.

On May 18, 2005, CSKA headed by Gazzaev won the UEFA Cup for the first time in Russian history.

In July 2008, on the eve of the game against Spartak, it was announced that, by mutual agreement with CSKA President Evgeny Giner, Gazzaev decided to leave CSKA, but agreed to finalize it until the end of the season.

On May 25, 2009 Valeriy Gazzaev was appointed head coach of Dynamo Kiev. On October 1, 2010 Gazzaev left the club.

January 11, 2011 became the president of "Alania". Gazzaev appointed his son Vladimir as the head coach of the club. In 2012, he was a confidant of Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin. On November 14, 2012, Valery Gazzaev replaced his son Vladimir as head coach, having worked until the summer of 2013 and ceded the post to his son. On December 26, 2012 Gazzayev was appointed to the post of General Director of ANO "Organizing Committee of OFL", while simultaneously holding the post of President of "Alania". In February 2014, the football club "Alania", led by Gazzaev, ceased to exist, and after the political events in Ukraine, the project of the United Championship was curtailed.

In the 2016 elections, he passed to the State Duma of the VII convocation, heading the North Caucasian regional group of the party list of the "Fair Russia" party, which he was admitted to on June 26, 2016.

Valery Gazzaev is an international master of sports of the USSR (1980).

Honored Trainer of Russia (2005). UEFA Coach of the Year (2004-05). The most titled Russian coach in terms of the number of medals and cups in the history of the Russian football championships. The first coach of Russia, and the only Russian coach, under whose leadership he won the UEFA Cup in 2005.

Supporter of the unification of the Russian and Ukrainian championships before the events of 2014 in Ukraine. He is known for his principled position on defending the rights of domestic coaches and football players in Russian football.

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