Rauf Inileev

This name uses Eastern Slavic naming customs; the patronymic is Talgatovich and the family name is Inileev.
Rauf Inileev
Personal information
Full name Rauf Talgatovich Inileev
Date of birth (1950-09-08) 8 September 1950
Place of birth Tashkent, Soviet Union
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
19731975 Pakhtakor Tashkent
Mekhnat Jizzakh
Start Tashkent
Zvezda Jizzakh
Teams managed
Zvezda Jizzakh
19931996 Chilanzar Tashkent
19972000 Sogdiana Jizzakh
Shurtan Guzar
20062007 Uzbekistan U-23
20072008 Uzbekistan
20092010 Bukhoro
20102011 Sogdiana Jizzakh
2014 Maktaaral

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Rauf Talgatovich Inileev (Russian: Рауф Талгатович Инилеев) (born 8 September 1950) is a football manager and former player.

Playing career

In 1973 he joined Pakhtakor Tashkent and played for the reserve team.[1] He then moved to the club Mekhnat Jizzakh.

Managing career

He began his managing career at Zvezda Jizzakh where he finished playing as a footballer. In 1993 he was coach of Chilanzar Tashkent, which in 1997 under his management was promoted to the major Uzbek League. From 1996 to 2000 Inileev was manager of Sogdiana Jizzakh.[2] In 2006 he was assigned as manager of Uzbekistan U-23. As coach of Uzbekistan U-23 Inileev guided the U-23 team to the last eight of the 2006 Asian Games in Doha.

On December 31, 2006 he was appointed as coach of Uzbekistan after Valeri Nepomniachi.[3][4] Mirjalol Kasymov was assigned as assistant coach of national team. On November 28, 2007 AFC named Rauf Inileev as AFC Asian Coach of Year for the impressive campaign of the national team at the 2007 AFC Asian Cup.[5] After an unsuccessful start in the fourth round of 2010 FIFA World Cup qualification, Inileev was sacked and Mirjalol Kasymov was appointed as his successor on September 19, 2008.[6]

In January 2009, he signed a 2-year contract with FK Buxoro, but one year later he was sacked because of the unsuccessful performance of the club during the 2009 season.[7]

On 22 March 2010 he was appointed as head coach to Sogdiana Jizzakh which relegated to First League after 2009 Uzbek League season. One year later Inileev promoted with Sogdiana back to top division, after finishing in 2010 Uzbekistan First League runner-up after FK Buxoro. In July 2011 Inileev resigned his position after the club's poor results in season first half.

On 21 January 2014 Inileev signed a contract with FC Maktaaral, club in Kazakhstan First Division[8][9] On 30 June 2014 he resigned from his post and left Maktaaral.




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