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 MOS / Dynamo Moscow - Team Composition

 

 
Team manager Andrey Sekretarev
Head coach Yury Cherednik
Assistant coach Alexander Soloid
Doctor Oleg Grigoryev
Therapist / trainer Oleg Antonov
Journalist Mikhail Komarov
 
  No. Name Lastname Shirt Name Birthdate Height Weight Spike Block Country
  1 Nikita Alekseev Alekseev 15/07/1992 206 100 340 326 RUS
  2   Alexander Markin Markin 28/07/1990 195 94 340 325 RUS
  L 3 Hachatur Stepanyan Stepanyan 21/03/1985 192 91 321 312 RUS
  L 4   Roman Bragin Bragin 17/04/1987 187 82 320 305 RUS
  C 5 Sergey Grankin Grankin 21/01/1985 195 96 351 320 RUS
  6   Egor Popov Popov 3/03/1991 200 90 340 315 RUS
  7 Alexey Kazakov Kazakov 18/03/1976 217 112 358 344 RUS
  8   Oleg Tsentalovich Tsentalovich 16/02/1991 196 89 343 335 RUS
  9 Pavel ZAYTSEV ZAYTSEV 11/01/1979 193 102 0 0 RUS
  10   Roman Yakovlev Yakovlev 13/08/1976 202 102 344 332 RUS
  11 Alexander Korneev Korneev 11/09/1980 200 96 348 339 RUS
  12   Nikolay KHARITONOV KHARITONOV 22/05/1990 206 100 0 0 RUS
  13 Péter Veres Veres 22/02/1979 197 83 350 333 HUN
  14   Dmitry Shcherbinin Shcherbinin 10/09/1989 205 95 350 335 RUS
  15 Pavel Kruglov Kruglov 17/09/1985 205 98 351 342 RUS
  16   Valentin Bezrukov Bezrukov 26/01/1990 202 80 340 325 RUS
  17 Dante Amaral Dante 30/09/1980 201 86 345 327 BRA
  18   Dmirtry Shestak Shestak 28/11/1986 202 94 346 320 RUS
 C=Captain  L=Libero
 
Team profile

Dynamo Moscow was established in 2001 with a view to develop Russian sport further and since then has won the Russian Championship twice as well as the Russian Super Cup and participated in three Final Four CEV Champions League competitions.

The club first took part in the CEV Champions League in 2005 and clinched its first medal a year later, clinching bronze. In 2010 they sealed silver and with that, a place at the 2010 FIVB Men’s Club World Championship.

The side has also had relatively good success at domestic level since their inception. They have sealed two national championship titles, in 2006 and 2008, and in the same years also took the Russia Cup. They also clinched the Russian Super Cup in 2008 and 2009.

Over the last few years the players have also represented the national team, and six of their players travelled to Italy earlier this year for the FIVB Men’s World Championship 2010.


Coach profile

Yury Cherednik has been coach of Dynamo Moscow since 2009 and in his first season took the team to their highest CEV Champions League finish, clinching silver and a spot at the 2010 FIVB Men’s Club World Championship.

It is the first club the 1991 FIVB World Cup winner and 1988 Seoul Olympic Games silver medalist has coached having previously only coached the Russian University team who he led to the University World Championships in 2009.

Furthermore he helped the side seal third place in the 2009-2010 Russian League.


 

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