|Full name||Konstantin Ivanovich Beskov|
|Date of birth||18 November 1920|
|Place of birth||Moscow, Russia|
|Date of death||6 May 2006 85)(aged|
|Place of death||Moscow, Russia|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|1937||Serp i Molot Moscow||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Konstantin Ivanovich Beskov (Russian : Константи́н Ива́нович Бе́сков; 18 November 1920 – 6 May 2006) was a Soviet/Russian footballer and coach.
Beskov was born in Moscow. He played for Dynamo Moscow as forward, scoring 126 goals, and after finishing his playing career he became a successful manager who coached Dynamo and their rivals Spartak.
He also managed the USSR at the finals of Euro 64 and the 1982 World Cup.
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