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Monday, 13 November 2017

Evgeny Pashutin Became A New Head Coach

Evgeny PASHUTIN became a new head coach of Avtodor. The former head coach Andrea Mazzon has left the club by family reasons.


The Avtodor legend and one of the favorite players ever for the Saratov fans who has been playing for Avtodor for six years in the 1990s will be introduced to the team and spend his first practice as a head coach already today.

The 48-year old expert is one of the most titled Russian coaches. Pashutin has 15 years of brilliant professional playing career and 14 years as a coach behind his back. After the end of his sports career in 2003, Pashutin was added in the CSKA Moscow coaching staff as an assistant coach for the next 5 years working with Dusan Ivkovic and Ettore Messina. In 2008-09 season he became the head coach of Spartak St. Petersburg. Next season he was assigned as CSKA Moscow head coach. Pashutin also worked in UNICS Kazan for 5 seasons (2010-2012, 2014-2017) and in Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar for 2 seasons (2012-2014). He was a head of Russia Men's National Team coaching staff from 2013 to 2015.



PASHUTIN Evgeny
Date of birth: 6th February 1969.
Place of birth: Sochi.
Nationality: Russia.
Title: Honoured master of sports, honoured Russian coach.

SPORTS CAREER:
Coaching career:

2003–2004 – CSKA-2 Moscow
2004–2006 – Russia U20 Men's National Team
2004–2008 – CSKA Moscow, assistant coach
2006–2008 – Russia Men's National Team, assistant coach
2008–2009 – Spartak St.Petersburg
2009–2010 – CSKA Moscow
2010–2012 – UNICS Kazan
2012–2014 – Lokomotiv Kuban Krasnodar
2013–2015 – Russia Men's National Team, head coach
2014–2017 – UNICS Kazan

Achievements as a head coach:
2005 – U20 Men's European Championship winner.
2008 – The Best Russian Coach of the Men's Team.
2010 – Russian champion.
2010 – VTB United League champion.
2010 – Russian Cup winner.
2010 – Euroleague bronze medalist.
2011, 2013 – EuroCup champion (twice).
2011 – BEKO PBL All-Star Game head coach.
2011 – Russian championship & VTB United League runner-up.
2012 – Euroleague quarterfinalist.
2012, 2017 – Russian championship & VTB United League silver medalist (twice).
2017 – VTB United League All-Star Game head coach.

Playing career:
1988–1991 – Spartak Leningrad
1991–1992 – Impuls Krasnodar
1992–1994 – Avtodor Saratov
1994–1995 – Dynamo Moscow
1995–1999 – Avtodor Saratov
1999–2000 – Maccabi Raanana (Israel)
2000–2002 – UNICS Kazan
2002–2003 – CSKA Moscow

Achievements as a player:
1991 – USSR championship runner-up.
1994 – FIBA World Championship runner-up.
1997 – European Championship bronze medal winner.
2003 – Russian champion.
1994, 1995, 1997, 1998, 1999, 2001, 2002 – Russian championship runner-up (7 times).
1996 – Russian championship bronze medal winner.

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