Rubin Kazan (Res) (@2.1) vs Tambov (Res) (@3.0)
05-10-2019

Our Prediction:

Rubin Kazan (Res) will win

Rubin Kazan (Res) – Tambov (Res) Match Prediction | 05-10-2019 05:00

The gap from the leaders was one point. In 1961 kazanners again spent the strong first half of the championship and looked much worse in the second round. As a result second position in the zone and an ability to continue struggle for Class A entrance. By the brilliant attacking game is remembered Amir Toufatoullin, who scored 17 goals in 22 matches. In 1962 and 1963 the kazanners took traditional 3rd place it was rather high, but didn't give opportunities to raise one's level. But the final round was unfortunate at this time. The squad was strengthened with young Kazan players Islam Minnibaev and Albert Faizoullin. Unsuccessful start of the championship was compensated with 15 matches without a loss in a row at the finish. Next year future idol of supporters debuted, one of the most highly skilled and resulting strikers in the club history Viktor Teterkin. The year of 1964 became the turning-point. That year Iskra made its way to 1/16 of the USSR Cup Final, where it lost a rematch to Dynamo (Moscow).

During the Championship from Moscow came a striker Sergei Surov, who together with Vladimir Gavrilov and 20-year-old Oleg Nechaev for three scored 44 goals, making the most formidable line of attack in the zone. Unbeaten run was interrupted only in the 32 round, but by the time Kazan was unequivocal leader of the tournament. As a result, the first round Rubin passed without a single defeat. In 1990, before the team set the goal to get into the "buffer" league (intermediate between the first and second), for which it was necessary to take place not less than the second. After a magnificent season, Kazan scored equal points with Togliatti "Lada" and gave her a second line due to a smaller number of victories. To finish of the championship in 1991, Rubin came first, finishing with dignity "Soviet" phase of its history. Most of all got "EVM" from Ruzayevka, which Kazan scored seven unanswered goals (the biggest victory of the "Rubin" in the championships of the USSR). The following season, "Rubin" make up for all the previous failures.

Kazanners took 13 points in last 8 games and finished on 11th position. In 1975 the team was headed by Boris Batanov from Torpedo (Moscow), a specialist with a name, indeed, he had a success only as a footballer. After the first half of the year Rubin was 17th, and Batanov has left a captain's bridge, which was occupied by Yuri Markov again.

He scored his first goal just in the first match against Yugoslavia on 28 October 1970. Viktor has become the only Rubins footballer who has played for USSR. In general Kolotov has played 55games and scored 22 goals for the National Team. Next year of 1968 Kazan club reduced its positions the 5th place, but some noticeable events occurred during the season. The most bright one of them was a debut of young and unknown 19-year-old Viktor Kolotov, captain of USSR National Squad in the future.

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The beginning of 1976 has encouraged. However, after that 21 matches without any win followed. As a result the 17th place and a difficultly saved registration in the First League. In the second matchday Rubin has beat Pakhtakor (Tashkent). Thanks God, that anti record has been never repeated. The defense with a goalkeeper Alexander Ivanov could stay the whole 90minutes, and in the middle of the second time Oleg Usov has finished one of Rubins counter-attacks with an accurate shot.

That win allowed them to move up in the league table, and now 3 wins prevail in their domestic record. With 11 points, Rubin Kazan are currently sitting at the 6th place in the league table. Jonathas, their top scorer at the moment, was the scorer of two of the goals. Last week they hosted Anzhi and defeated them with an amazing score of 6 0.

Under his leadership, the club finished the season in 8th place. Chaladze became the third player in the club's history to scoring four goals in one game, in the match against Krasnoyarsk Metallurg. Overall, the season was a great success, with the club winning 22 of 34games, and only suffering six defeats. In the following year, a number of qualified players with experience from the top division were invited to the club: David Chaladze, Gennady Semin, Michail Sinev, and Andrei Konovalov. As a consequence, there was another change of coaches, as Antihovic was replaced by Kurban Bekievich Berdiyev from Smolensk Kristall. Striker David Chaladze tied with Vyacheslav Kamoltsevym for the title of best scorer; both scored 20 goals. The 2001 season did not begin well for Rubin Kazan.

Because of the continuing financial problems from the last season in the team left only 6 players: Grishin, Danilin, Ravil, Blagov, Tatarkin and Kamkov, the rest went to other clubs. At the beginning of the season, the first time in the history of the club did there was no money to go to the next game in Gorodishe and Volzhski. 5minutes before the final whistle, the only goal was scored by our captain, Rubin Ravil, thereby leaving the local "Druzhba" in last place. Later, Kazan for the third time staying at home, this time ignoring Tula. As a consequence, two technical defeat of 03 and a warning that in case of repeated failure to appear, the team will be disqualified from the tournament. Rubin had to resort to the services of veterans and young students of urban football. The following year, 1994, coaches Zadikashvili and Semenov assemble a team literally bit by bit. Fortunately, and for this act "Rubin" was not disqualified from the championship. Residence in the second division was maintained. One of the key games of the season took place on 2 October in Yoshkar-Ola.

Credibility, which was enough for the next 7years (with a break in 198384), get Vladimir Mikhailov, in past well-known football player of Moscow Torpedo. At the gate of Gorky's "Volga" Vadim scored 4 goals the second "poker", made by a player in our team (first in 1958, distinguished Gennady Berezin). Mikhailov invited to Rubin striker Vadim Popov, who immediately set to work 20 goals in his debut season. In the final table in 1981, Rubin was in 5th place. The next attempt to find a suitable mentor for the team finally succeeded in 1981.

In the next in 1982 an attempt was made to win in the zone. Season-1983 did not become a logical continuation of the 1982th, only a 5th place in the zone. With the transfer Vadim Popov to Omsk Irtysh in the attack appeared unsolvable problems. Vadim Popov scored 24 goals, updating the club record for the season. Toothless team action in the attack was partly offset confident playing defensive line, led by Kikhtenko and Martynov, so Rubin could not fall below 10th place. In a bitter struggle with Chelyabinsk "Lokomotiv" Kazan in the end gave the first line to the Ural team. In 1984, Rubin participated even worse.

Rubin returned to Kazan with silver medals. In decisive game against Sokol (Saratov) Rubin has won 21 (Teterkin, Golubev) and got a ticket to Class A first time in its history. Skeleton of the team which was built several years ago already remained permanent: defenders Nikolay Markov, Viktor Surkov, Anatoly Fomin, midfielders Vitaly Golubev and Viktor Novishkov, forwards Viktor Teterkin, Alexey Beryuchevsky and Islam Minnibaev. During the whole season Rubin being among the leaders of the zone secured second position and followed familiar way to the Semi-final Tournament of the Class B strongest teams.

In the seventh round there was another draw in Samara playing against Krylya Sovetov, with ascore of 22. The second round was held in Kazan Terek Grozny, with Rubin again winning 20. In the eighth round, Rubin faced Premier League newcomers FC Krasnodar at home, the score of 21 was in favor of Kazan: two goals for Rubin scored by Gkdeniz Karadeniz, while Roman Sharonov again scored an own goal. An Amkar player helped the Rubin Captain Roman Sharonov cut the ball into his own net. In the sixth round Rubin played against Amkar Perm to a draw, 11, with the only Rubin goal scored by Alexander Ryazantsev. In the first match of the championship, Rubin defeated Kuban in Krasnodar, with a score of 20. In the third round in Makhachkala Rubin lost to local Anji. In the fifth round, Rubin suffered a major defeat by CSKA Moscow 20. Goals were scored by Alan Kasaev and Christian Noboa. In the fourth round a match against Spartak Nalchik ended in a draw. Goals: Gkdeniz Karadeniz and Christian Noboa.

In September 2009, Rubin were the unknowing participants in a bizarre transfer saga involving four Levski Sofia players (Zhivko Milanov, Youssef Rabeh, Darko Tasevski and Z Soares). It turned out that Levski had fallen victims to fraudsters. Official Rubin representatives denied any knowledge of the whole affair, maintaining that they knew nothing about the players in question. The quoted sum was 7million. The Bulgarian champions received a fax, supposedly from the Kazan team, offering to buy the footballers. On 20 September 2009, the four players, accompanied by a Levski representative, travelled to Moscow to undergo a medical examination, but the deal fell through, as the phony Rubin representative offered lower salaries than those originally agreed.