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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby qwerty » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 18:16

Is Cobilas still playing for Moldova?

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby 4N » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 18:20

No he hasn’t played for them in years. None of their pros accept call-ups any more. I wouldn’t be shocked if he switched nationalities like Rudoy did. Anyone born in the former USSR is eligible for Russia.

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 18:29

He could be replace our Kushnarev ... 8-)

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 18:55

I apologize, Maxim Kobylash (
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby ZUKER » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 21:08

Vadim is now top prop playing for Bordeaux

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby beber » Wed, 27 Feb 2019, 21:15

Transfers :

ENISEI-STM
Ins
prop Nikoloz Khatiashvili (Georgia, 3 caps) <- Soyaux-Angoulême (ProD2/FRA) - played for Sunwolves (Super Rugby)
prop Maxim Cobilas (Moldova, 26 caps) <- Mâcon (Federale1/FRA) - played for Sale Sharks (Premiership)
lock Jeremy Jordan (South Africa) <- University of Johannesburg (Varsity/RSA)
lock Nikolay Serkov (Russia, 5 caps) <- Kuban Krasnodar
centre Gordon Dean (South Africa) <- Leopards (Currie Cup/RSA)
winger Gene Willemse (South Africa) <- Leopards (Currie Cup/RSA)
winger Davit Meskhi (Georgia) <- Armia Tbilisi (Didi10/GEO)
backs coach Karel Van Reinhardt (South Africa)

Outs
prop Andrei Polivalov (Russia, 21 caps) -> VVA Saracens
prop Valery Morozov (Russia, 16 caps) -> Sale Sharks (Premiership/ENG)
lock Vyaceslav Krasilnik (Ukraine, 13 caps) -> Krasny Yar
flanker Vitaly Orlov (Ukraine, 6 caps) -> VVA Saracens
eightman Anton Rudoy (Russia, 21 caps) -> Krasny Yar
flyhalf Yuri Kushnarev (Russia, 103 caps) -> Krasny Yar


KRASNY YAR
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hooker Dmitry Parkhomenko (Russia) <- Kuban Krasnodar
lock Vyaceslav Krasilnik (Ukraine, 13 caps) <- Enisei-STM
eightman Anton Rudoi (Russia, 21 caps) <- Enisei-STM
scrumhalf Roman Roschin (Russia) <- Kuban Krasnodar
scrumhalf Denis Barabantsev (Russia) <- VVA Saracens
flyhalf Yuri Kushnarev (Russia, 103 caps) <- Enisei-STM
centre Kirill Gubin (Russia, 2 caps) <- Kuban Krasnodar
forwards coach Valery Tsnobiladze (Russia)

Outs
hooker Valery Tsnobiladze (Russia, 43 caps) -> retired, forwards coach
scrumhalf Rushan Yagudin (Russia, 17 caps) -> Lokomotiv Penza
flyhalf Dimitry Sukhin (Russia) -> Lokomotiv Penza
centre Lasha Malaguradze (Georgia, 89 caps) -> VVA Saracens

VVA SARACENS MOSCOW REGION
Ins

prop Andrei Polivalov (Russia, 21 caps) <- Enisei-STM
flanker Vitaly Orlov (Ukraine, 6 caps) <- Enisei-STM
centre Lasha Malaguradze (Georgia, 89 caps) <- Krasny Yar

Outs
scrumhalf Denis Barabantsev (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
centre Sergey Yanyushkin (Russia, 15 caps) -> Lokomotiv Penza
fullback Ilya Dyomushkin (Russia, 1 cap) -> Lokomotiv Penza

KUBAN KRASNODAR
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prop Mariano Filomeno (Argentina) <- CRAT (Spain)
lock Jack Powell (New Zealand) <- Lincoln University (NZ)
backrow Morgan Inness (New Zealand) <- Canterbury Development (NZ) & Sydenham (NZ)
flyhalf Telly Hemopo (New Zealand) <- Taranaki Development (NZ)
centre Avon Lewis (New Zealand) <- Taranaki (NPC/NZ)
head coach Phil Werahiko (New Zealand) <- Belvedere College (IRL)
coach Brendan Nolan (New Zealand) <- Lyttelton (NZ)
strength and conditioning coach Robbie Harlow (New Zealand) <- CRAT (Spain)

Outs
hooker Dmitry Parkhomenko (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
lock Nikolay Serkov (Russia, 5 caps) -> Enisei-STM
scrumhalf Roman Roschin (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
centre Kirill Gubin (Russia, 2 caps) -> Krasny Yar


SLAVA-CSP MOSCOW
Ins

head coach Gia Amirkhanashvili (Georgia) <- Jiki Gori (GEO)

Outs

METALLURG NOVOKUZNETSK
Ins


Outs
lock German Silenko (Russia) -> Lokomotiv Penza

LOKOMOTIV PENZA
Ins

lock German Silenko (Russia) <- Metallurg Novokuznetsk
scrumhalf Rushan Yagudin (Russia, 17 caps) <- Krasny Yar
flyhalf Dimitry Sukhin (Russia) <- Krasny Yar
centre Sergey Yanyushkin (Russia, 15 caps) <- VVA Saracens
fullback Ilya Dyomushkin (Russia, 1 cap) <- VVA Saracens
forwards coach Dmitry Kirsanov (Ukraine) <- RC Kredo-63 (UKR)
head coach Alexander Yanyushkin (Russia) <- Russia 7's

Outs

BULAVA TAGANROG
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prop Maxim Sturza (Russia, 2 caps) <- 80's

Outs
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Tue, 05 Mar 2019, 14:31

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby beber » Thu, 07 Mar 2019, 20:03

Tried to update transfers in Russian league.
It may have some errors and/or omissions. I know there is an amateur backrower who signed for Bulava, can't remember his name.

beber wrote:Transfers :

ENISEI-STM
Ins
prop Nikoloz Khatiashvili (Georgia, 3 caps) <- Soyaux-Angoulême (ProD2/FRA) - played for Sunwolves (Super Rugby)
prop Maxim Cobilas (Moldova, 26 caps) <- Mâcon (Federale1/FRA) - played for Sale Sharks (Premiership)
lock Jeremy Jordan (South Africa) <- University of Johannesburg (Varsity/RSA)
lock Nikolay Serkov (Russia, 5 caps) <- Kuban Krasnodar
centre Gordon Dean (South Africa) <- Leopards (Currie Cup/RSA)
winger Gene Willemse (South Africa) <- Leopards (Currie Cup/RSA)
winger Davit Meskhi (Georgia) <- Armia Tbilisi (Didi10/GEO)
backs coach Karel Van Reinhardt (South Africa)

Outs
prop Andrei Polivalov (Russia, 21 caps) -> VVA Saracens
prop Valery Morozov (Russia, 16 caps) -> Sale Sharks (Premiership/ENG)
lock Vyaceslav Krasilnik (Ukraine, 13 caps) -> Krasny Yar
flanker Vitaly Orlov (Ukraine, 6 caps) -> VVA Saracens
eightman Anton Rudoy (Russia, 21 caps) -> Krasny Yar
flyhalf Yuri Kushnarev (Russia, 103 caps) -> Krasny Yar


KRASNY YAR
Ins

hooker Dmitry Parkhomenko (Russia) <- Kuban Krasnodar
lock Vyaceslav Krasilnik (Ukraine, 13 caps) <- Enisei-STM
eightman Anton Rudoi (Russia, 21 caps) <- Enisei-STM
scrumhalf Roman Roschin (Russia) <- Kuban Krasnodar
scrumhalf Denis Barabantsev (Russia) <- VVA Saracens
flyhalf Yuri Kushnarev (Russia, 103 caps) <- Enisei-STM
centre Kirill Gubin (Russia, 2 caps) <- Kuban Krasnodar
forwards coach Valery Tsnobiladze (Russia)

Outs
hooker Valery Tsnobiladze (Russia, 43 caps) -> retired, forwards coach
scrumhalf Rushan Yagudin (Russia, 17 caps) -> Lokomotiv Penza
flyhalf Dimitry Sukhin (Russia) -> Lokomotiv Penza
centre Lasha Malaguradze (Georgia, 89 caps) -> VVA Saracens

VVA SARACENS MOSCOW REGION
Ins

prop Andrei Polivalov (Russia, 21 caps) <- Enisei-STM
flanker Vitaly Orlov (Ukraine, 6 caps) <- Enisei-STM
centre Lasha Malaguradze (Georgia, 89 caps) <- Krasny Yar

Outs
scrumhalf Denis Barabantsev (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
centre Sergey Yanyushkin (Russia, 15 caps) -> Lokomotiv Penza
fullback Ilya Dyomushkin (Russia, 1 cap) -> Lokomotiv Penza

KUBAN KRASNODAR
Ins

flyhalf Telly Hemopo (New Zealand) <- Taranaki Development (NZ)
head coach Phil Werahiko (New Zealand) <- Belvedere College (IRL)
coach Brendan Nolan (New Zealand) <- Lyttelton (NZ)
strength and conditioning coach Robbie Harlow (New Zealand) <- CRAT (Spain)

Outs
hooker Dmitry Parkhomenko (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
lock Nikolay Serkov (Russia, 5 caps) -> Enisei-STM
scrumhalf Roman Roschin (Russia) -> Krasny Yar
centre Kirill Gubin (Russia, 2 caps) -> Krasny Yar


SLAVA-CSP MOSCOW
Ins

head coach Gia Amirkhanashvili (Georgia) <- Jiki Gori (GEO)

Outs

METALLURG NOVOKUZNETSK
Ins


Outs
lock German Silenko (Russia) -> Lokomotiv Penza

LOKOMOTIV PENZA
Ins

lock German Silenko (Russia) <- Metallurg Novokuznetsk
scrumhalf Rushan Yagudin (Russia, 17 caps) <- Krasny Yar
flyhalf Dimitry Sukhin (Russia) <- Krasny Yar
centre Sergey Yanyushkin (Russia, 15 caps) <- VVA Saracens
fullback Ilya Dyomushkin (Russia, 1 cap) <- VVA Saracens
forwards coach Dmitry Kirsanov (Ukraine) <- RC Kredo-63 (UKR)
head coach Alexander Yanyushkin (Russia) <- Russia 7's

Outs

BULAVA TAGANROG
Ins

prop Maxim Sturza (Russia, 2 caps) <- 80's

Outs

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby STMKY » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 13:07

Kuban+
Jack Powell (NZ)
Morgan Inness (NZ)
Avon Lewis (NZ)
Mariano Filomeno (ARG)

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 13:42

They have a new coach from New Zealand

https://www.instagram.com/p/BtWRu-GnzrS/

and now Kuban flew off to play a tour of Italy ...

https://vk.com/rugbykuban?w=wall-34535762_6321
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 16:02

Russian youth teams are training abroad.
France, South Africa, Georgia ...

Topic about Russian youth rugby.

https://vk.com/rus_rugby
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Fri, 08 Mar 2019, 17:07

By the way tomorrow Moscow club Torpedo will play with Latvian champion RFC Livonia.

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I miss rugby so go to this match ... 8-)
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 15:19

Torpedo won 23 - 20.

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There are a lot of rugby rumors and news.
In Kazan a new coach from South Africa,

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several players from Georgia came to Perm ...
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby ZUKER » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 17:30

What is Pitch on the pic? Its not Streltsov ground, isnt it?

BTW - the new Head Coach in Kazan is from Namibia actually

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 17:36

ZUKER wrote:What is Pitch on the pic? Its not Streltsov ground, isnt it?

This is a training field of Streltsov stadium. The construction of a new stadium is under way.
He will be close to embankment of the river ...
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby evil santa » Sat, 09 Mar 2019, 21:09

ZUKER wrote:BTW - the new Head Coach in Kazan is from Namibia actually

Nope. It is JP Nel, and he is from SA actually, in Namibia he was coaching The Welwitschias, as assistant of Lyn Jones and then was supposed to become head coach.
Here is his Wikipedia page, although no information on career after his retirement as a player https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/JP_Nel
Do not understand why Russian rugby media writes his surname as something like Nil or Neel.


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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Zhenya_Zima » Sun, 10 Mar 2019, 00:34

Because transliteration. And if you're reading it transliterated back into English would mean Nil/Neel would be what you'd get.
Although using э would theoretically stop this, the frankly weird current passport names transliteration rules don't encourage it (the ones behind Iurii/Ianiushkin/etc)

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Mon, 11 Mar 2019, 18:58

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 08:51

Locomotiv Tbilisi Georgia - Yenisei 14 - 52

Teams played without best players.

Yenisei: 1. Nikoloz Khatiashvili 2. Shamil Magomedov 3. Evgeny Pronenko 4. Uldis Saulite 5. Jeremy Jordaan 6. Pavel Butenko 7. Sergey Belenkov 8. Dmitry Krotov 9. Konstantin Uzunov 10. Nikita Churashov 11. Din Gordon 12. Abduvoris Karimov 13. Yuri Baranov 14. David Meskhi 15. Roman Byakov
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 15:45

Russia vs Georgia ...

1. Valery Morozov, 2. Stanislav Selsky, 3. Innokentiy Zykov, 4. Andrei Ostrikov, 5. Andrei Garbuzov, 6. Anton Sychev, 7. Tagir Hajiyev, 8. Vitaly Zhivatov, 9. Alexei Shcherban, 10. Yuri Kushnarev, 11. Mikhail Babaev, 12. Dmitry Gerasimov, 13. Vladimir Ostroushko, 14. German Davydov, 15. Vasily Artemyev (k).

16. Evgeny Matveev, 17. Sergey Sekisov, 18. Azamat Bitiev, 19. Bogdan Fedotko, 20. Roman Khodin, 21. Dmitry Perov, 22. Ramil Gaisin, 23. Victor Kononov.


and Georgia XV

1. Alexey Skobiola, 2. Sergey Chernyshev, 3. Kirill Gotovtsev, 4. Alexander Ilyin, 5. Evgeny Elgin, 6. Mikhail Sidorov, 7. Patrice Pecki, 8. Victor Gresev (k), 9. Timur Ismailov , 10. Sergey Yanyushkin, 11. Daniil Potihanov, 12. Kirill Golosnitsky, 13. Igor Galinovsky, 14. Vladislav Sozonov, 15. Nikita Churashov.

16. Yevgeny Mishechkin, 17. Leonid Kalinin, 18. Andrei Igretsov, 19. Alexey Panasenko, 20. Nikita Bekov, 21. Sergei Trishin, 22. Konstantin Uzunov.
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 15:52

I glad that young Nikita Bekov was invited from France ...

https://twitter.com/niksbekov

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He played for Russia when it was not prestigius ...
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Vova12 » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 18:21

Lin Jones: “I have been training for 25 years, but I have never come across this before.” 8-)

https://rugger.info/news/24556
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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby amz » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 19:04

Vova12 wrote:Lin Jones: “I have been training for 25 years, but I have never come across this before.” 8-)

https://rugger.info/news/24556


it is unrealistic to claim this after 2 yellows, with situations that could have grant a 3rd and two tries which wouldn't have been awarded with a TMO. I question his leadership for finding excuses for lack of discipline.

Also Russian players needs badly to understand English, there were situations when it was clear they don't understand the ref.

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby Zhenya_Zima » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 21:51

Our problem isn't that our discipline itself is far worse than other teams (not saying it doesn't need work, but thinking more the old you could be blowing up for anyone on either side almost any ruck type thing), it's our way of dealing with penalties against we are aggrieved by or the perceived escapes from them of opponents - we get frustrated easily and self-perpetuate it. It has been a hair-pulling-out team trait since I can remember. (We turned it off once, for the Japan game. Instant difference!)

On language: a while ago almost none of the team spoke any English or French. Now a group of players, leaders in the team even, do. You're right it's something we really need to strengthen, but I've been saying that on here and elsewhere for a decade about our men and (especially) women's teams. Of course, then you get the other end of the horseshoe where a ref, for example Neville in the Spanish game, gets pissed off with Vas - who has the best English in all non-English Tier 2 and Wales - who's English is too good, they think he's using it as a manipulation and then we're on the wrong side again. It's happened waaaaay more than once.

(As rugby grows worldwide, refs should really be better at communicating EQUALLY with both sides, but that's a whole other thread.)

In short though, I can see where Lyn's frustrations come from and he's playing for a domestic audience, so can see why he'd say that. But it's not exactly a secret as closely guarded as nude pics of Putin's daughters that our discipline and ref-reading needs a little work!

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Re: Russian Rugby

Postby amz » Wed, 13 Mar 2019, 21:58

Zhenya_Zima wrote:In short though, I can see where Lyn's frustrations come from and he's playing for a domestic audience, so can see why he'd say that. But it's not exactly a secret as closely guarded as nude pics of Putin's daughters that our discipline and ref-reading needs a little work!


It's rugby not politics ;) I don't remember Lynn Howells for example looking for excuses like this...

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