Nikolai Manoshin

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Nikolai Manoshin
Personal information
Full name Nikolai Alekseyevich Manoshin
Date of birth (1938-03-06) 6 March 1938 (age 83)
Place of birth Moscow, USSR
Position(s) Midfielder
Youth career
FShM Moscow
Senior career*
1956–1962 FC Torpedo Moscow 91 (4)
1963–1966 CSKA Moscow 82 (0)
National team
1960–1961 USSR 8 (0)
Teams managed
1967–1969 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1970 SKA Kyiv
1973 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1975 CSKA Moscow (assistant)
1976 CSKA Moscow (director)
1977 ?, Somalia
1978–1980 ?, Yemen
1981 CSKA Moscow (director)
1988–1991 ?, Mali
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

Nikolai Alekseyevich Manoshin (Russian : Николай Алексеевич Маношин; born 6 March 1938 in Moscow) is a retired Soviet football player and coach.



International career

Manoshin made his debut for USSR on 17 August 1960 in a friendly against East Germany. He was selected for the 1962 FIFA World Cup squad, but did not play in any games at the tournament.

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