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Rinat Dasaev - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Born June 13, 1957, Astrakhan, USSR (Russia) - Soviet football goalkeeper, one of the best goalkeepers in the world of the 1980s and Ukrainian and Russian actor.
Graduated from the Moscow Regional State Institute of Physical Culture.
As a child, he went in for swimming, participated in the All-Union children's competitions, then underwent surgery on his arm. After that, there was no more desire to go in for swimming, I made a choice in favor of football. At the age of 9, he was admitted to the Volgar football school. The first trainer is Herald of the Pale. At first he played on the field, in the position of a striker. At this position, he looked weak. As Dasaev later explained, he got into the gate by accident.
In this role, he participated in numerous children's and youth republican competitions. In 1973, Dasaev first received the "Best Goalkeeper of the Tournament" prize at the zonal competitions of the USSR championship held in Novorossiysk.
Started his football career in Astrakhan, where in 1975 he took a place at Volgar's goal. Dasaev played his first game on August 5, 1975 in Volgar's away game in Grozny against Terek (round 22 match). Grozny residents that year were among the leaders of the group, were in excellent shape and won without visible difficulty with a score of 2: 0.
On August 7, 1975, Dasaev again defended Volgar's goal in a duel with Dynamo Stavropol, but at the end of the meeting he suffered a meniscus injury and was out of action. Astrakhan also lost this match with a score of 0: 1. Dasaev became the real leader of the team in the following year, 1976, when he spent more than half - 26 games out of 40 - and ousted Yuri Makov from the main goalkeeper.
In 1977, he was irreplaceable - in the main line-up of the Astrakhan team he played 30 matches out of 31. On September 11, 1977, Dasaev put on the Volgar uniform for the last 58th time and went to Moscow, to Spartak Moscow, which in that season played in the 1st league of the USSR football championship. In "Spartak" he was recommended by the head coach of "Volgar" Fyodor Novikov, who himself in 1978 entered the coaching staff of the Moscow team.
In "Spartak" he had to compete with the experienced Alexander Prokhorov for a place at the base, for a long time Dasaev was not trusted with a place at the goal. The first match for Spartak was played in Voroshilovgrad against Zorya, where he defended to zero. Then Spartak won the match against Lokomotiv, and Dasaev again did not concede.
In addition, the coaches noted a characteristic feature of Dasaev's game - jumping after the ball with his feet forward. For which Rinat was repeatedly criticized by the Honored Master of Sports of the USSR, the goalkeeper of the Soviet Union national team, and later - one of the masters of Soviet sports journalism, Vladimir Maslachenko. Being a pupil of the classical Soviet goalkeeper school, Vladimir Maslachenko argued that the goalkeeper is obliged to rush after the ball only with his hands forward, the attacker at the feet. Dasaev, in turn, noticed that he used this technique only in those episodes when he saw that his foot would reach the ball faster.
In 1979-1988 he was the main goalkeeper of the Moscow "Spartak", from 1979 to 1990 - the goalkeeper of the USSR national team. As part of the Moscow "Spartak" he became twice the champion of the USSR - in 1979 and 1987. Silver medalist of the championship of the Soviet Union in 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985. Winner of bronze medals in the Higher League of the Union Championship in 1982 and 1986. Winner of the 1979 Spartakiad of the Peoples of the USSR, as part of the Moscow team. As part of the USSR national team - bronze medalist of the 1980 Olympic Games and silver medalist of the 1988 European Championship.
Participant of the three final tournaments of the world championships as part of the Soviet Union national team - in 1982, 1986 and 1990. Among football goalkeepers, he played the most games for the USSR national team - 91 matches. The best footballer of the Soviet Union in 1982, according to a survey of the main sports football publication of the Soviet Union - the weekly Football-Hockey. In 1988 he became the first winner of the international trophy "The best goalkeeper in the world".
Set an all-time record for Soviet football goalkeepers, winning the Ogonyok magazine prize for the best goalkeeper of the USSR six times - in 1980, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987 and 1988. Over the years of his career in "Spartak" for ten years in a row he was included in the list of the 33 best footballers of the USSR. Moreover, nine times - in the first position: in 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1986, 1987 and 1988. And only in 1984 he occupied the second position in this list, losing the first place to Mikhail Biryukov, the goalkeeper of Zenit Leningrad, who that year became the champion of the USSR.
In November 1988 for two million dollars moved to the Spanish "Sevilla". At the same time, in Sevilla, "Spartak" played a friendly match (1: 2), in which the first half Dasaev played for the Muscovites, the second - for Sevilla. However, adaptation to the new club was not easy - after three weeks Dasaev decided that it was better to return to the USSR, and told the president of Sevilla about this desire. The next day, a whole delegation from the club came to his house, which persuaded Rinat to stay in the team. After that, Dasaev realized that they believed in him and did not want him to leave.
The fans, in turn, expected that, together with Dasaev, Sevilla would become the champion of Spain. With Dasaev, Sevilla began to play better, but the maximum they achieved was that they won the right to play in the UEFA Cup in the 1989/1990 season.
In the new season, Dasaev was injured, an operation was required. At this time, he was replaced by the young Barcelona goalkeeper Juan Carlos Unsue, who proved to be successful in the championship games. When Dasaev recovered, he was offered to move to Brazil, but he refused - he was not satisfied with the terms of the contract. As a result, Dasaev was left without work. I thought to return to Moscow, but called my friends, they advised me to stay in Spain for now, if possible.
Soon he became a coach in the second team of Sevilla, a year later they took in the first - to work with goalkeepers. At this time, "Sevilla" was coached by Luis Aragones, with whom an excellent relationship has developed. After Aragones, the head coach of the team was the Portuguese Tony Oliveira, with whom Dasaev did not have a good relationship. As a result, he went to work as the head coach of one of the teams in the lower Spanish division. He took several players from Sevilla to his team, but after some time, the club's management decided that only local players should play. After that, Dasaev left the team.
He went into business in Spain - in early 1992 he opened his own shop selling sporting goods. However, he quickly realized that the business does not bring any pleasure (moreover, the store went bankrupt), and devoted himself entirely to coaching with children.
In the late 1990s, Komsomolskaya Pravda correspondent Sergei Yemelyanov tried to find Dasaev in order to interview him for the newspaper. It turned out that even his mother and brother Rafik did not know about Dasaev's whereabouts in Spain. With the mediation of basketball player Jose Biryukov, it was possible to establish a connection with Dasaev. Emelyanov and Dasaev's relatives who flew to Spain managed to persuade Rinat to return to their homeland.
Since summer 1998 he became a coach at Spartak, worked with double goalkeepers. At the same time, he soon became a coach in the Moscow youth football team (b. 1986), which took part in various international competitions. After the dismissal of head coach Oleg Yuzvinsky, he also left the team.
On September 23, 1998, Rinat Dasaev's farewell match was organized in Moscow, in which the national team of Russian clubs and the national team of USSR veterans met. The game ended with a score of 3: 1 in favor of the Russian national team.
At the same time, he continued to play in veteran tournaments, played for the team of Spartak veterans, playing up to 80 matches per season.
In 1999, he left Spartak because the club did not fulfill its obligations to Dasaev. In 2000 he became the President of the Formula Motorsport Association, which includes the ASR racing team (played in the F-1600 class).
Since 2003 - President of the Rinat Dasaev Academy of Football and Goalkeeper Art founded by him.
In September 2003, after being appointed head coach of the Russian national team, Georgy Yartsev, became his assistant and was responsible for training goalkeepers. In April 2005, after the dismissal of Yartsev, he also left the national team. In July 2006, negotiations were held with Dasaev to resume work in the Russian national team as a coach of goalkeepers and to supervise the training of goalkeepers in the youth and youth national teams of Russia. However, the contract was never signed.
In 2008 he was the Ambassador of the UEFA Champions League final in Moscow.
In 2007-2008, he was one of the coaches of the Torpedo football club (Moscow). Awarded with the jubilee medal "80 years of the State Sports Committee of Russia".
In co-authorship with A. Lvov he wrote the book "The team begins with the goalkeeper" (M., Soviet Russia, 1986).
Rinat Dasaev Honored Master of Sports of the USSR (1988). Silver medalist of the 1988 European Championship. Bronze medalist of the 1980 Olympic Games. USSR champion in football 1979, 1987.