Fyodor Kudryashov: Difference between revisions – Wikipedia

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| birth_place = [[Mamakan, Russia|Mamakan]], [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]]

| birth_place = [[Mamakan, Russia|Mamakan]], [[Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic|Russian SFSR]], [[Soviet Union]]

| height = 1.81 m<ref>{{cite web|url= FIFA World Cup Russia: List of players|publisher=FIFA|page=24|date=17 June 2018|archive-url= June 2018|url-status=dead}}</ref>

| height = 1.81 m<ref>{{cite web|url= FIFA World Cup Russia: List of players|publisher=FIFA|page=24|date=17 June 2018|archive-url= June 2018|url-status=dead}}</ref>

| currentclub = [[FC Fakel Voronezh|Fakel Voronezh]]

| currentclub =

| clubnumber = 30

| clubnumber =

| position = [[Defender (association football)|Left back]]

| position = [[Defender (association football)|Left back]]

| youthyears1 = 1997–2002 | youthclubs1 = [[FC Sibiryak Bratsk|Sibiryak Bratsk]]

| youthyears1 = 1997–2002 | youthclubs1 = [[FC Sibiryak Bratsk|Sibiryak Bratsk]]

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| years10 = 2019–2020 | clubs10 = [[PFC Sochi]] | caps10 = 16 | goals10 = 1

| years10 = 2019–2020 | clubs10 = [[PFC Sochi]] | caps10 = 16 | goals10 = 1

| years11 = 2020–2023 | clubs11 = [[Antalyaspor]] | caps11 = 96 | goals11 = 1

| years11 = 2020–2023 | clubs11 = [[Antalyaspor]] | caps11 = 96 | goals11 = 1

| years12 = 2023– | clubs12 = [[FC Fakel Voronezh|Fakel Voronezh]] | caps12 = 10 | goals12 = 0

| years12 = | clubs12 = [[FC Fakel Voronezh|Fakel Voronezh]] | caps12 = 10 | goals12 = 0

| nationalyears1 = 2007–2008 | nationalteam1 = [[Russia national under-21 football team|Russia U21]] | nationalcaps1 = 10 | nationalgoals1 = 0

| nationalyears1 = 2007–2008 | nationalteam1 = [[Russia national under-21 football team|Russia U21]] | nationalcaps1 = 10 | nationalgoals1 = 0

| nationalyears2 = 2016–2021 | nationalteam2 = [[Russia national football team|Russia]] | nationalcaps2 = 48 | nationalgoals2 = 1

| nationalyears2 = 2016–2021 | nationalteam2 = [[Russia national football team|Russia]] | nationalcaps2 = 48 | nationalgoals2 = 1

| pcupdate = 10 December 2023

| pcupdate =

| ntupdate = 14 November 2021

| ntupdate =

}}

}}

[[File:Fedor Kudriashov at Antalyaspor vs Alanyaspor 20211127 (cropped).jpg|thumb|250px|Kudryashov with [[Antalyaspor]] in 2021]]

[[File:Fedor Kudriashov at Antalyaspor vs Alanyaspor 20211127 (cropped).jpg|thumb|250px|Kudryashov with [[Antalyaspor]] in 2021]]

”’Fyodor Vasilievich Kudryashov”’ ({{lang-rus|Фёдор Васильевич Кудряшов|p=ˈfʲɵdər vɐˈsʲilʲjɪvʲɪtɕ kʊdrʲɪˈʂof}}; born 5 April 1987) is a Russian professional [[Association football|footballer]] who plays for [[FC Fakel Voronezh]] and the [[Russia national football team|Russia national team]] as a [[Defender (association football)#Full-back|left back]]. He can also play as a [[Defender (association football)#Centre-back|centre back]].

”’Fyodor Vasilievich Kudryashov”’ ({{lang-rus|Фёдор Васильевич Кудряшов|p=ˈfʲɵdər vɐˈsʲilʲjɪvʲɪtɕ kʊdrʲɪˈʂof}}; born 5 April 1987) is a Russian professional [[Association football|footballer]] who as a [[Defender (association football)#Full-back|left back]]. He also play as a [[Defender (association football)#Centre-back|centre back]].

==Club career==

==Club career==

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On 22 July 2021, he extended his contract for the [[Turkey|Turkish]] club.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[Antalyaspor]]|url= Kudriashov Yeniden FTA Antalyaspor’umuzda|date=22 July 2021|language=tr}}</ref> He left the club on 1 July 2023 at the end of his contract.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[Antalyaspor]]|url= Fedor Kudriashov|date=1 July 2023|language=tr}}</ref>

On 22 July 2021, he extended his contract for the [[Turkey|Turkish]] club.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[Antalyaspor]]|url= Kudriashov Yeniden FTA Antalyaspor’umuzda|date=22 July 2021|language=tr}}</ref> He left the club on 1 July 2023 at the end of his contract.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[Antalyaspor]]|url= Fedor Kudriashov|date=1 July 2023|language=tr}}</ref>

On 5 July 2023, [[Russian Premier League]] side [[FC Fakel Voronezh]] announced the signing of Kudryashov.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[FC Fakel Voronezh]]|url= участника ЧМ-2018|date=5 July 2023|language=ru}}</ref>

On 5 July 2023, [[Russian Premier League]] side [[FC Fakel Voronezh]] announced the signing of Kudryashov.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=[[FC Fakel Voronezh]]|url= участника ЧМ-2018|date=5 July 2023|language=ru}}</ref>

Kudryashov retired from playing on 8 February 2024.<ref>{{cite web|publisher=FC Fakel Voronezh|url= Кудряшов покидает «Факел»|date=8 February 2024|language=ru}}</ref>

==International career==

==International career==

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Russian footballer (born 1987)

Kudryashov with Antalyaspor in 2021

Fyodor Vasilievich Kudryashov (Russian: Фёдор Васильевич Кудряшов, IPA: [ˈfʲɵdər vɐˈsʲilʲjɪvʲɪtɕ kʊdrʲɪˈʂof]; born 5 April 1987) is a Russian former professional footballer who played as a left back. He can also play as a centre back.

Club career[edit]

Born in Irkutsk Oblast, Kudryashov came in from FC Sibiryak, Bratsk. In 2004 while playing for the Siberia selection, he was noticed by Sergey Shavlo, who was Spartak Moscow scout at that time.[2][3] After playing for Spartak reserves, he had his debut during the last match of the 2006 season.[2] In the new season Kudryashov unexpectedly became a first team regular after Clemente Rodríguez was loaned out.

In 2008, Kudryashov played for FC Khimki on loan from July to December.[4] In August 2010, he was loaned to FC Tom Tomsk.[5] He was also loaned to FC Krasnodar from FC Spartak Moscow.[6]

On 1 February 2012, he missed a penalty in a penalty shootout against the Norwegian team Rosenborg BK, the penalty shootout ended 10-9 with FC Spartak Moscow losing. This was their second match in the friendly Cup del Sol tournament.

On 8 August 2012, he completed a permanent transfer to FC Akhmat Grozny.[7][8]

On 15 January 2016, Rostov signed him from FC Akhmat Grozny for 2 million euros, signing a 3-years deal.

In July 2017, he moved on to Rubin Kazan.[9]

In 2018, he filed a lawsuit against FC Rostov at the RFU Dispute Resolution Chamber, claiming that FC Rostov still owes him around €200,000 in wages and bonuses.[10]

On 10 January 2019, he was released from his contract with FC Rubin Kazan.[11]

On 31 January 2019, he signed a 1.5-year contract with the Turkish club İstanbul Başakşehir.[12] He left the club on 20 June 2019.[13]

On 12 July 2019, he signed with PFC Sochi.[14] On 18 December 2019, his contract with Sochi was dissolved by mutual consent.[15]

On 6 January 2020, he signed a 1.5-year contract with the Turkish club Antalyaspor.[16]

On 22 July 2021, he extended his contract for the Turkish club.[17] He left the club on 1 July 2023 at the end of his contract.[18]

On 5 July 2023, Russian Premier League side FC Fakel Voronezh announced the signing of Kudryashov.[19]

Kudryashov retired from playing on 8 February 2024.[20]

International career[edit]

He was called up to the senior Russia squad in August 2016 for matches against Turkey and Ghana.[21] He made his debut against Turkey on 31 August 2016.

On 11 May 2018, he was included in Russia’s extended 2018 FIFA World Cup squad.[22] On 3 June 2018, he was included in the finalized World Cup squad.[23] After coming on as a substitute in the second group game against Egypt, he started in Russia’s last three games at the tournament – the last group game against Uruguay, the round of 16 defeat of Spain and the quarterfinal shoot-out loss to Croatia.

On 11 May 2021, he was included in the preliminary extended 30-man squad for UEFA Euro 2020.[24] On 2 June 2021, he was included in the final squad.[25] He missed Russia’s first two group stage games due to injury before starting on 21 June in the last group game against Denmark as Russia lost 1–4 and was eliminated, with Kudryashov substituted halfway through the second half.

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of 8 May 2021

International[edit]

As of match played 6 September 2020[26]
Russia
Year Apps Goals
2016 4 0
2017 11 0
2018 11 0
2019 9 1
2020 1 0
Total 36 1

International goals[edit]

As of 8 June 2019 (Russia score listed first, score column indicates score after each Kudryashov goal)

References[edit]

External links[edit]


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