2010 Russian First Division

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Russian First Division
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2009
2011–12

The Russian First Division is the 19th season of Russia's second-tier football league since the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The season began on 27 March [2010].

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Teams

As in the previous year, 20 clubs participate in this year championship. It features eleven clubs from Russian First Division 2009, two clubs relegated from Russian Premier League 2009, five zone winners from Russian Second Division 2009, one of the second-placed clubs from Russian Second Division 2009 and one of the third-placed clubs from Russian Second Division 2009.

Movement between Premier League and First Division

Anzhi Makhachkala as 2009 champions and Sibir Novosibirsk as runners-up have been promoted to the Premier League. They will be replaced by relegated teams Kuban Krasnodar and Khimki.

Movement between First Division and Second Division

Nosta Novotroitsk, Chita, Chernomorets Novorossiysk, Metallurg Lipetsk and MVD Rossii Moscow who placed in the last 5 places respectively in 2009 were relegated to the Russian Second Division.

The relegated teams were replaced by the five 2009 Second Division zone winners. These were Dynamo Saint Petersburg (West), Avangard Kursk (Centre), Zhemchuzhina-Sochi (South), Mordovia Saransk (Ural-Povolzhye) and Irtysh Omsk (East).

Further team changes

Due to financial difficulties, Vityaz Podolsk who placed 11th in 2009, decided to give up their spot in the Russian First Division and participate in the Russian Second Division in 2010. [1]

Pending licensing, their place was taken by FC Volgograd who placed 3rd in the Russian Second Division (South Zone) in 2009. For the occasion the management decided to change the name of the club from FC Volgograd to Rotor Volgograd.

FC Alania Vladikavkaz were promoted into the 2010 Russian Premier League after FC Moscow dropped out due to financial reasons. It was replaced by FC Dynamo Bryansk. [2] Dynamo Bryansk originally refused to be promoted when offered Vityaz's spot, but by the time Alania's spot became available, they found new financial commitments and agreed to participate in the First Division.

Overview

TeamLocationHead CoachCaptainVenueCapacityPosition in 2009
Avangard Kursk Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Ignatenko Trudovye Rezervy 11,3291st, D2 "Centre"
Baltika Kaliningrad Flag of Russia.svg Leonid Tkachenko Baltika 14,6649th
Dynamo Bryansk Bryansk Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Smirnov Dynamo 10,1002nd, D2 "Centre"
Dynamo St. Petersburg Saint Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Frantsev MSA Petrovsky 2,8351st, D2 "West"
Irtysh Omsk Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Dorofeyev Red Star 8,0001st, D2 "East"
KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny Flag of Russia.svg Robert Yevdokimov KAMAZ 9,2215th
Khimki Khimki Flag of Russia.svg Yevgeni Bushmanov Novyye Khimki 3,06616th, Premier
Krasnodar Krasnodar Flag of Russia.svg Sergei Tashuev Kuban 34,64010th
Kuban Krasnodar Flag of Romania.svg Dan Petrescu Kuban 34,64015th, Premier
Luch-Energiya Vladivostok Flag of Spain.svg Francisco Arcos Dinamo 10,18514th
Mordovia Saransk Flag of Russia.svg Fyodor Shcherbachenko Svetotekhnika 14,0001st, D2 "Ural-Povolzhye"
Nizhny Novgorod Nizhny Novgorod Flag of Russia.svg Viktor Zaidenberg Severny 3,18013th
Rotor Volgograd Flag of Russia.svg Vitaliy Shevchenko Central 32,1263rd, D2 "South"
Salyut Belgorod Flag of Russia.svg Yuri Bykov Salyut 11,5007th
Shinnik Yaroslavl Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Pobegalov Shinnik 18,4816th
SKA-Energiya Khabarovsk Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Feldman Lenin Stadium 15,20015th
Ural Yekaterinburg Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fedotov Uralmash 13,0008th
Volga Nizhny Novgorod Flag of Russia.svg Omari Tetradze Lokomotiv 17,8564th
Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan Flag of Russia.svg Lev Ivanov Centralny 20,50012th
Zhemchuzhina Sochi Flag of Russia.svg Oleg Vasilenko Central 10,2801st, D2 "South"

Managerial changes

TeamOutgoingMannerDateTableIncomingDateTable
Dynamo St. Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Averyanov Resigned15 April 2010 [3] 19th Flag of Russia.svg Grigori Mikhalyuk (caretaker)
Dynamo Bryansk Flag of Russia.svg Soferbi Yeshugov Sacked7 May 201020th Flag of Russia.svg Sergei Ovchinnikov 7 May 2010 [4] 20th
Volga Nizhny Novgorod Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Pobegalov Resigned8 May 201012th Flag of Russia.svg Omari Tetradze 8 May 2010 [5] 12th
Shinnik Yaroslavl Flag of Russia.svg Igor Lediakhov Sacked11 May 201018th Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Pobegalov 11 May 2010 [6] 12th
Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Fedotov Sacked11 May 20107th Flag of Russia.svg Boris Stukalov 14 May 20107th
Dynamo St. Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Grigori Mikhalyuk (caretaker)Finished19 May 201010th Flag of Russia.svg Boris Zhuravlyov 19 May 2010
Salyut Belgorod Flag of Belarus.svg Miroslav Romaschenko Sacked20 May 201016th Flag of Belarus.svg Leonid Koutchouk 20 May 2010 [7] 16th
Luch-Energiya Flag of Russia.svg Leonid Nazarenko Sacked22 May 201013th Flag of Spain.svg Francisco Arcos (caretaker)22 May 2010 [8] 13th
Baltika Flag of Russia.svg Ivan Lyakh Sacked5 June 201013th Flag of Russia.svg Leonid Tkachenko
Rotor Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Faizulin Sacked26 June 201020th Flag of Russia.svg Vitaliy Shevchenko 27 June 2010 [9] 20th
Dynamo St. Petersburg Flag of Russia.svg Boris Zhuravlyov Sacked22 July 201017th Flag of Belarus.svg Eduard Malofeyev 22 July 2010 [10] 20th
Khimki Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Tarkhanov 30 July 20109th Flag of Russia.svg Yevgeni Bushmanov (caretaker)
Zhemchuzhina-Sochi Flag of Russia.svg Oleg Vasilenko 2 August 20104th Flag of Russia.svg Zurab Sanaya
Avangard Kursk Flag of Russia.svg Valery Yesipov Sacked17 August 201019th Flag of Russia.svg Oleg Sergeyev (caretaker)
Dynamo St. Petersburg Flag of Belarus.svg Eduard Malofeyev Sacked20 August 201020th Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Frantsev
Salyut Belgorod Flag of Belarus.svg Leonid Koutchouk Sacked23 August 201019th Flag of Russia.svg Yuri Bykov 23 August 2010 [11] 19th
Irtysh Omsk Flag of Russia.svg Vladimir Arays Sacked2 September 201020th Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Dorofeyev 2 September 2010
Avangard Kursk Flag of Russia.svg Oleg Sergeyev (caretaker)Finished17 September 201019th Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Ignatenko
Dynamo Bryansk Flag of Russia.svg Sergei Ovchinnikov Sacked17 September 201018th Flag of Russia.svg Aleksandr Smirnov 17 September 2010 [12] 18th
Zhemchuzhina-Sochi Flag of Russia.svg Zurab Sanaya 27 September 20105th Flag of Russia.svg Oleg Vasilenko
SKA-Energiya Flag of Russia.svg Sergei Gorlukovich Sacked28 September 201015th Flag of Russia.svg Sergey Feldman

Standings

PosTeamPldWDLGFGAGDPtsPromotion or relegation
1 Kuban Krasnodar (C, P)3824865120+3180Promotion to Premier League
2 Volga Nizhny Novgorod (P)38191456225+3771
3 Nizhny Novgorod 38217106041+1970
4 KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny 38199105543+1266
5 Krasnodar (P)381710116044+1661Promotion to Premier League
6 Mordovia Saransk 381610125340+1358
7 Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 38141683828+1058
8 Zhemchuzhina-Sochi 38169134544+157
9 Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan 38169134548357
10 Shinnik Yaroslavl 381413114331+1255
11 SKA-Khabarovsk 38158153739253
12 Luch-Energiya Vladivostok 381313124242052
13 Khimki 381117103938+150
14 Dynamo Bryansk 381111165354144
15 Baltika Kaliningrad 381110173847943
16 Dynamo St. Petersburg (R)389101932532137Relegation to Second Division
17 Salyut Belgorod (R)387131830471734
18 Rotor Volgograd (R)38972227643734
19 Irtysh Omsk (R)386102226522628
20 Avangard Kursk (R)38762531673627
Source: PFL
Rules for classification: 1st points; 2nd matches won; 3rd head-to-head (points, matches won, goal difference, goals scored, away goals scored); 4th goal difference; 5th goals scored; 6th away goals scored
(C) Champion; (P) Promoted; (R) Relegated.

Results

Home \ Away AVA BAL DBR DSP IRT KAM KHI KRA KUB LUE MOR NN ROT SAL SHI SKA URA VNN VGA ZHE
Avangard Kursk 1–11–20–02–12–10–11–21–21–21–11–51–32–01–61–50–11–01–01–0
Baltika Kaliningrad 2–11–22–02–12–43–11–10–11–02–21–03–20–00–11–20–10–01–12–1
Dynamo Bryansk 1–00–14–12–14–01–14–30–21–10–01–10–12–20–15–00–20–12–31–0
Dynamo St. Petersburg 1–00–20–02–01–10–20–00–01–21–30–14–12–02–52–11–11–11–10–1
Irtysh Omsk 2–12–01–40–20–00–00–02–30–30–01–02–01–11–10–11–01–11–40–1
KAMAZ Naberezhnye Chelny 2–02–11–12–01–21–11–01–21–02–13–22–02–11–21–11–11–13–12–0
Khimki 3–01–02–24–11–10–20–00–11–10–31–11–31–01–10–01–11–01–13–1
Krasnodar 0–03–15–10–02–03–21–10–13–04–14–23–02–02–13–01–03–32–01–1
Kuban Krasnodar 2–00–01–02–02–10–11–03–03–00–20–03–00–01–11–03–01–06–10–1
Luch-Energiya Vladivostok 4–32–10–31–01–10–10–01–10–12–03–11–12–03–10–01–01–10–12–1
Mordovia Saransk 0–11–03–22–12–11–22–11–23–00–03–13–10–11–00–21–12–01–11–1
Nizhny Novgorod 3–22–03–11–02–13–12–04–33–13–10–13–03–01–02–01–02–20–00–0
Rotor Volgograd 1–01–01–01–20–01–00–10–10–32–20–60–20–11–00–21–21–40–11–0
Salyut Belgorod 0–01–14–21–21–02–01–21–21–20–11–10–12–10–02–41–10–01–21–0
Shinnik Yaroslavl 2–01–11–00–01–01–20–01–00–13–20–00–11–11–13–01–10–02–00–1
SKA-Khabarovsk 2–11–00–00–11–00–21–11–00–00–03–10–12–02–12–30–01–21–02–0
Ural Sverdlovsk Oblast 0–01–03–32–01–01–10–23–10–01–01–03–04–00–00–01–00–12–01–1
Volga Nizhny Novgorod 3–04–11–13–03–02–22–04–10–02–23–03–00–01–01–02–03–03–13–0
Volgar-Gazprom Astrakhan 3–12–23–03–22–00–12–22–12–12–10–32–10–02–00–11–00–01–00–3
Zhemchuzhina-Sochi 3–21–22–13–12–13–22–12–00–10–02–12–22–22–22–11–02–20–21–0
Source: PFL (in Russian)
Colours: Blue = home team win; Yellow = draw; Red = away team win.

Top scorers

Last updated: 6 November 2010; Source: PFL (in Russian)

21 goal
18 goal
16 goal
15 goal
13 goal
12 goal
11 goal
10 goal

Awards

Professional Football League announced the award winners for the season. [13]

See also

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