|Full name||Viktor Mikhailovich Shustikov|
|Date of birth||28 January 1939|
|Place of birth||Moscow, USSR|
|1958–1973||FC Torpedo Moscow||427||(16)|
|1974–1980||FC Torpedo Moscow (assistant)|
|1984–1997||FC Torpedo Moscow (youth teams)|
|2003||FC Torpedo-ZIL (scout)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Viktor Mikhailovich Shustikov (Russian : Виктор Михайлович Шустиков; born January 28, 1939) is a former Soviet Russian footballer. He is the father of Sergei Shustikov and the grandfather of Sergei Shustikov Jr..
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