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September was the month of two major elections in Russia, accompanied by a somewhat different kind of apathy. The parliament chose with cold consciousness that Vladimir Putin would so easily weaken. The struggle for the post of the president of the football association, on the other hand, was to determine whether the already powerful influence of the sports minister Vitalie Mutka would be strengthened. Inu, strengthened…and what does it really mean?

If I write about apathy at the beginning, its character in relation to the elections to the State Duma is not too complicated to track down. Election participation stumbled to 48 percent, the historic low, and the interest of such Moskva managed to fall by a whole thirty percent over five years.

“Ot nas nichego not to shut down,” it does not depend on anything – in the spirit of such a slogan, Russia’s new constitution was determined.And with similar consciousness, perhaps it will be in two years, when Putin will probably seek the fourth blessing of the people to lead the federation.

The year 2018 will also be crucial for winners of the football presidential election as their winner is primarily tasked with defending the upcoming world championships and, at the same time, making sure that there is a home selection – perhaps the most extreme participant of the recent Euro – He was not one of all laughs again.

So, in the case of the most powerful man in the Russian football field, one can not talk about the true apathy. The interest of the public was enormous, however Mutko favored from the very beginning.What was more like waving a hand in hand was the expected dropping of candidates until a two-headed peloton was formed of lesser and greater evil, or two not quite satisfying aspirants. Valerij Gazzajev – the master with a walnut mustache who 11 years ago with CSKA Moscow conquered the UEFA Cup – was a favorite of the ‘simple people’, although the four-time Russian champion since his return to the Vladikavkaz of 2011 has not done the only praiseworthy step.Gazzaev is also guilty of nepotistical practices when Alanie immediately recruited his 31-year-old son, Vladimir, as well as his poetic players and voices.

Gazzaev’s ‘micro-corruption’ was a public secret in the run-up to the elections, and it was almost shockingly surprising if the highest bid for betting sidor bonus one regional delegate’s vote – just $ 150,000 (3, 6 million crowns).

Neither did Gazzaev’s actions, however, have helped. The head of the second Russian league Igor Jefremov resigned soon in favor of Mutka. He was soon impressed by the president of the highest competition, Sergey Prjadkin.In spite of the lack of initial estimates (up to 85% for the Secretary of State), Mutko finally defended a post that he suddenly came to last last year when Nikita Simonjana was distrustful.

In your head to furiously beat the alarm, do not worry that you might be alone in it. Yes, Vitali Mutko has actually held the post of the sports minister and president of the Russian Football Club (just a few minutes ago he was promoted to the prime minister’s representative). Yes, such a mix of political and football interests is in direct conflict with the FIFA statutes. Yes, just two days before the election, the Russian National Union of Trainers was outraged by Mutka’s candidacy.And yes, indeed, there was no intervention from above.

What is far more subtle about this is the extremely ironic fact that Mutko of 2009 was forced to give up four years of his first presidential mandate just because he was newly appointed as Minister of Sport. Only six years later, he was exceptionally granted the essential rule. Because in Russia, Holt Ledacos are doing their own…

Putin’s Companion

Even in mainstream Czech media, Vitali Mutka was the most widely spoken person. This has been done in connection with the doping scandal, which in itself does not work happily.Věra, Mutko is often portrayed as the most frightening graveyard under the sun and the usurper of all the influence that the Russian sports environment at all offers.

However, this is only one angle of view; The other one of the successful official is presenting only in the light of the non-alibist, which is a solid starting point for change.

The former protector of Anatoly Sobchak, the mentor of the Putin-Medvedev couple and the first democratically elected Mayor of St. Petersburg, simply does not save himself – he is looking for a solution and admits any failure. And that he had been especially experienced on the Olympic field.The year 2010 brought the worst collective Russian show at all, the so-called home soo-olympics in Sochi was so much more expensive that all other games were topped, and this year’s doping show does not need to refresh anyone.

While Mutka’s representative at Yuri Nagornych’s ministry was suspended in the investigation, his direct superior had mysteriously escaped any particular punishment, although it was an independent report by a Canadian lawyer acquainted with personal involvement in a doping foreigner’s case with a Russian Premier Liga (RPL).Russian footballers, therefore, had to face an unbelievable number of 46 doping tests on Euro in France, but Mutka’s career was barely marked.

The fact that Mutu’s untouchability can largely be his warm ties with President Putin, Today few people doubt. Mutko was not born in St. Petersburg or Leningrad at that time, but he studied ship engineering and rights to become a representative of the Mayor of St. Petersburg just after the celebration of Christ. At the same time, Putin, as well as longtime Managing Director of Gazprom’s oil giant, Alexej Miller (since 2001).

And so was the fruitful Petrograd bond.Already in 1994, Mutko, seven years younger, joined Putin in the framework of the Organizing Committee of the Good Will Heralds, a project that had disappeared fifteen years ago, but at that time he had great sense and meaning for St. Petersburg as well as Russia. The original essence of Her Goodwill consisted of the reworking of US-Soviet relations in the final phase of the Cold War, and the Petrograd Third Year was considered an extraordinary success. Thirty new sponsors were added and the infrastructure of the city was greatly improved.Exactly twenty years later, Mutko-Putin, a tandem with the proven tandem, oversaw the organization of the most important Games in Sochi.

The footprint Vitali Mutko left in his adopted home is generally robust and represents the reason why The aura of the Minister sometimes turns unnecessarily into black. The native of the Krasnodar region at the turn of the millennium led the Zenith of St. Petersburg and helped to build the foundations of the present colossus.

In 1997, Vitali Mutko took on a relatively fresh first-person subject, who won a ticket to a cup of Europe just four years ago.It was during Mutu’s reign that Zenit was co-operating with generous Gazprom (although the era of his de facto control of the club took place a few years after the presidential departure in 2005), and immediately upon the start of his not too long Mutko Petrohrad cinderella won a lucrative contract with a prestigious brand Adidas.

Zenit has captured just one trophy in the National Cup under Mutko’s supervision, yet he will be remembered for his government in a good way – especially with respect to the well-blooming domestic hatchery. Aleksandr Kerzakov won the crown of RPL shooter king in the last two seasons of the Mutt’s era, and later worked out in the record-breaking competition, with Andrej Arshavin flying in 2001, complemented by Vladimir Bystrov and Igor Denisov.The upcoming president of the Russian Football Union eventually left Zenit in financial turmoil, but such a set of high-quality puppies, along with the prudent pursuit of privatization, Mutko more or less secured immortality. At least in St. Petersburg.

Also at the national level, Mutko can not simply deny the results at a great effort. His rise as a sports minister corresponds, for example, to the first-ever Russian Grand Prix of Formula One, but also to the world premiere athletics or biathlon championship. His previous four-year lead at the head of the RFU includes two Russian slots in the UEFA Cup (thanks to Zenita and CSKA), as well as the best result of the national team on the Euro ever (2008).Certainly, here is no direct influence of the head of the union, but what we will talk about, the image did not harm Mutka in any way.

What has also helped him directly with regard to fresh re-election, The fiasco of the predecessors. There was already talk of Simonjana, and Nikolai Tolstych was still there. He was signed by Fabia Capella, whose contract also gave him the scandalous clause that allowed the Italian (as opposed to the impoverished RFU) to withdraw from the contract at any time.Tolstych had originally been Mutko’s support, but he inevitably lost it as soon as it turned out that he obviously did not have enough power and the will to really reform the youth soccer in the country, as he promised first.

The Tolstych regime was even such a catastrophe, That Ankor Kavazashvili, the former head of anti-corruption committee at RFU, has forced himself to an uncompromising statement that the president “has done everything to completely destroy the reputation of Russian football.”There is no such thing as Mutka, but a worrying constant in its activities would be found…

Incomplete status quo

And the coach of the national team Stanislav Čerčesov is now primarily dependent on the restoration betting erbjudanden of public confidence in a representation that has frozen after the European Championship. Shortly after its end, launched an unprecedented petition to completely dissolve and ‘reset’ the national team with players who are “properly motivated to play for their country”.Good recession, you may say, but almost a million collected signatures are already a solid sample disillusioned.

Cherchassov did not believe much at first. The Polish winner of the Polish Legion Wars won a decent performance with smaller clubs such as Terek Groznyj and Amkar Perm, where he could quietly produce his cautious style of play, but in larger Spartacus and Dinama units Moscow failed more or less. In any case, the Russian talent under him did not tremble in both prestigious engagements, and it was possible for Mutka et al. The main one.The Spartak season of 2007/08 was drawn by Pavljučenko, Dinamo 2014/15 with the duo of Ionov-Kokorin.

The 35-year-old coach in the struggle for a vacant post defeated also the singer Kurban Berdyev, the plant miracle maker, The right boulder was immediately blown: at the World Championship, the Russians are supposed to break through to the semifinals. To judge the soberness of such a statement, it is too early for itself, but the first step is to encourage cautious optimism.

Right now, fifteen Euro members did not come to the first Cherchev nomination, not just marginal names.For the disciplinary offenses, elite Mamajev and Kokorin were punished without compromise, who missed the selection for the October encounter with Costa Rica, and the past finally portrayed by the long-time skaters Sergei Ignašević and Aleksei Berezucki, as well as the experienced behemoth of Dmitry Kombarov. Chances, on the contrary, are refreshing youngsters like Magomed Ozdojev or Aleksei Miranchuk. This contrasts sharply with this year’s Euro, where Aleksandr Golovin paid for the only member (the fourth oldest) expedition of the age of 25 years. The average age of the Russian congregation at that time was 28.57 years, with only three representatives (and the only Russian native in Fjodor Smolov) boasting the experience of humming.And the missing “attestation” of the top European leagues is to be the Achilles heel, as well as selected international veterans such as Vasilij Berezucki.

Where does the reason for the small number of Russians Legionaries, it is not difficult to find – it may be a foreigner quota. For the first time, it came into force in 2005 as a reaction to the failure of the World Cup Qualification Championship, which included a shameful 1: 7 debacle in Lisbon. The original plan was that it would start with a maximum of seven foreigners in the base line to reach five in 2010.However, we have never had such dramatic extinction of foreign influence, so we are currently talking about the ‘golden middle way’ – the 6 + 5 rule only introduced in July last year, just a few days before the new year, In the State Duma and Putin’s public appeal.

This year’s discussion opened again and again, according to various speculation, it was about returning to the 7 + 4 format. For that long time, Mutka’s main rival for rival life, RPL chief Sergei Prjadkin, as well as representatives of the two richest clubs, Zenit and CSKA Moscow, The rest of the highest competition is said to be behind Mutko…Vitali Mutko, himself in the year of December, himself. “

The President of the Football Association sometimes looks like an isolated fence in his fist, but with the support of the political field, he is also a barely fat dog. The closest defeat was Mutko, probably before the last season, when a strong support accumulated a brand-new design against the current format: clubs could only register ten foreigners in a 25-member nomination, but they could all put together in the opening eleven.This initiative was officially sanctioned even by the executive committee of the Russian Football Union, but Mutko rushed in tandem with Igor Ananskich, the head of the parliamentary committee on sport, and they all had one more tussle.

So there is a status quo, Quite playfully overshadow the plus. Among the positives is undoubtedly the decline of ‘weed’ with Western passports, instead of which at least a small crowd or young Russian players receive. A great step forward in this direction is registered in Zenith, where they have recently undergone a significant dampening of their own talent production.Nowadays, Borci like Pavel Dolgov or Aleksej Jevsejev are getting on the bench without any problems, while Jan Flachbart and Mark Kinchel – one of the less popular Parsley horses – occupied their seats in the first half of the last decade.

In addition, it can always rely on a relatively strong tradition of quotas that have proven themselves in other sports. Perhaps the president of the volleyball federation, Stanislav Shevchenko, has previously been told that the introduction of the limits of 2010 immediately took off in the fantastic results of the national team. At the Olympics in London, the men won for the first time in the 1980s, and the next Continental Cup was followed by Russian women next to their counterparts.Within domestic Superliga, teams may always have a maximum of two foreign imports on the court.

In Rugby-7, the rules are even stricter, and clubs are totally forbidden to employ foreigners, yet the women’s selection in 2013 and 2014 has dominated two European Championships in a row without having once done the final. KHL with a limitation of five ‘outsiders’ on the wrestling list and even a traditionally liberal basketball environment can not be without a rip off.

However, football is an exception to the (Russian) If that can be said at all. In general, quotas generally apply to those who are not personally affected.Typical examples are reserved parliamentary chairs for women, for which feminists rarely see you struggling simply because the ‘need’ to impose these quotas implies that women (in our case, Russian footballers) are not capable of making the placeboards themselves , A normal and fair way.

What’s more, in the final, the system of aliens’ quotas in Russia is produced first and foremost, they are satisfied Aleksandra Kokorina stars, who have moved from one money (and then usually a collapsing) Nesting to the other to make an overpass in Anatoli Machačkalu and Dinamo Moscow apparently in Zenit St. Petersburg, whose bouncy check gave this year’s open-handed prize to foreign stakes this January.

At the age of 24, Kokorin had the perfect opportunity to move to the West, but there would not have been anywhere in the roses.And so he continues to make a pampered home-grown, but at the same time – and that is absolutely essential here – only sporadically complements the tearing youngsters.

This is one of the key arguments for Alien Quotas – a space for younger blood that can be more easily developed. However, as the Russian Football News shows, this thesis is not confirmed in the Russian environment. Throughout the 2015/16 season, Toke Theilade did not find a single player younger than 22, who would be over 1800 league minutes (20 full games). Any one . There were eight such hopes in the German Bundesliga, just 11 in Ligue 1 in France and 15 in Eredivisie in the Netherlands. The second worst number?English Premier League (2); Concurrently, another competition with a foreign quota.

This RFN analysis is additionally complemented by, where they made their mark on the real use of domestic talent last September. This is a year old data, but the findings of the pair of Saul Pope-Manuel Veth are nevertheless tangible. And noteworthy. It turned out that the underlying assemblies of more than half of the RPLs make up less than six Russians, and that, in fact, all elite Moscow clubs, along with Zenit, traditionally have only five domestic products – a minimum number.The only significant deviation in this direction was Dinamo Moscow (with an average of 9.4 Russians in the set), but it also came down at the end of the given year because of the great financial difficulties.

Evidently for most of the clubs, and no chance of flooding for the “oppressed” puppies, either by mistake. Therefore, the question is repeatedly asking whether it makes any sense to keep it alive. In Turkey, they have just recently been shown to be exemplary when, at the turn of 2014 and 2015, foreign import restrictions have completely been rejected.Although domestic players’ money went up in the previous years, they did not improve the results of the national team in any way.

Instead of the original quota (similar to Russian), a more complex system was introduced, with foreigners accounting for a maximum of half of the 28-member list for the whole season, and maybe eleven at the same time.At the same time, however, clubs receive points for every minute for the home-grown juniors and any representative invitation for such a young man. The more points you have at the end of the season, the more you get the bonus money from the league.

Such a relatively benevolent system – based on the rewarding of above-standard units rather than on all braking – was then unanimously approved in Turkey by the entire Süper Lig. And it is hard to imagine that any Russian clubs, such as those who suffer from financial hardship, would object to it. However, as we have recently convinced, the first-league consensus in Russia means little.And what does Vitali Mutko say, we’ll find out again soon in the next few months, during the annual debate…

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