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Born September 2, 1963, Alagir, North Ossetian Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR (Russia) - Soviet and Russian football player, goalkeeper, Russian football coach.
His father worked as a bus and tram driver, and his mother did the housework and raised five children. Stanislav was the youngest in the family and was always under the patronage of four older sisters.
Studying at school was difficult for him, and the restless boy was sent to the city football section. For a long time Cherchesov could not decide who he wanted to be more: a goalkeeper or a striker. The final choice he made at the age of 14, taking a place at the gate.
In 1980, Cherchesov entered the Institute of Physical Education in Ordzhonikidze and a year later took a place at the gates of the local branch of Spartak. The young goalkeeper played for this team from 1981 to 1984, after which he received an invitation to the Moscow "Spartak". In "Spartak" Stanislav became Rinat Dasaev's understudy. Although in the first training games Cherchesov performed unsuccessfully and missed a lot, nevertheless, the head coach of Spartak Konstantin Beskov saw talent in him and left him in the team. Cherchesov rarely appeared at the Spartak goal in official matches, and when he did enter the field, he did not always act successfully.
In 1988, Cherchesov was loaned to Lokomotiv Moscow to gain gaming practice. The head coach of the team, Yuri Semin, agreed to sign the goalkeeper only for a year, fearing that he might not start playing. However, Cherchesov played an excellent season, after which he agreed with Beskov to return to the camp of the “red-whites”.
July 13, 1993 Cherchesov signed a contract with the Bundesliga club "Dynamo" (Dresden).
After Dynamo left the top division, Cherchesov was loaned to Spartak until December 1995 to play in the Champions League of the 1995/96 season with the aim of further selling the goalkeeper. Stanislav successfully played in European competitions, where he helped the “red-whites” reach the quarterfinals of the tournament, scoring six wins out of six (Cherchesov had only four conceded goals), and in the winter of 1996 he was bought by Austrian Tyrol from the city of Innsbruck.
In 2002, the club went bankrupt and was disbanded, and the management was brought to trial on corruption charges.
In August 2002, Cherchesov returned to Spartak for the third time and ended his football career at the end of the year. In total, the goalkeeper played 200 matches for the Moscow club, in which he conceded 160 goals.
Since 1990, Cherchesov began to be involved in the USSR national team. In total, as part of the national teams of the USSR, CIS and Russia, Cherchesov played 49 matches and conceded 38 goals, defending 21 games dry.
Since January 2004 he began his coaching career.
On August 10, 2016 Cherchesov headed the Russian national team.
Stanislav Cherchesov is a player of the USSR, CIS and Russian national teams. Honored Master of Sports of Russia (2003), Honored Coach of Russia (2018). Chevalier of the Order of Alexander Nevsky (2018).