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Vyacheslav Bulls – a great Russian hockey player and coach (Part 2)

It ended with our victory with a humiliating hockey score of 7: 4. In 1990, Vyacheslav Bykov and his colleague on the ice decided to move to the Swiss club, Friborg Gotteron, but both continue to play in the CIS team.

During this time, the gold of the Olympics-92 and the World Cup-93 was added to his piggy bank. After 8 years, Vyacheslav moved to an ice hockey club “Lausanne”, Switzerland, after 2 years, he ended his career as an ice hockey player. At this time, the legendary striker was 40 years old.

Coaching career

After completing his playing career, Vyacheslav Bykov (coach), whose biography described above, stayed in Switzerland, became a citizen and started working at the hockey club. Friborg Gotteron. Then, in 2004, Vyacheslav was invited to lead the CSKA group, where he worked until 2009. And from 2006, he was invited to lead the Russian team.

Success is not long, and in the recent season, both teams can reach the main peak: CSKA reached the semi-finals of the playoffs in the Russian championship, and the team won in three stages European Championship, but lost in the final.

In 2007, under the training of Vyacheslav Bykov, the Russian team at the World Championship won bronze, and a year later, she was able to win the title of world champion, at the age of 15. In 2009, when Vyacheslav was still the country’s head coach, he signed a contract with hockey club Ufa Salavat Yulaev.

Under Bykov’s leadership, the team won a bronze medal in the 09/10 season and the following year they won the Gagarin Cup. In 2011, Bykov left the Ufa club. A year ago, the Russian national team under Bukov’s leadership suffered a heavy defeat, losing the Olympic Games in Canada in the quarterfinals with a score of 3: 7, and in 2011 at the World Championship in our country.

There is absolutely no reward. This is the reason for the departure of Bykov. In 2014, Vyacheslav returned to hockey and became coach of the SKA team, and in the first season, the club managed to get the Gagarin Cup. In 2015, Bykov left the club, and to this day he does not participate in a coaching career. As Vyacheslav himself said, his return was impossible.

Vyacheslav Bulls – a great Russian hockey player and coach (Part 1)

Not only is one of the best coaches in Russia, but also a legendary Soviet hockey player, winner of a large number of trophies and awards – all this is Vyacheslav Bykov. Coach’s biography, personal life – many people want to know everything about the man who put so much effort into our team.

Story

Vyacheslav Arkadyevich Bykov was born in a small village in the Republic of Mari El on July 24, 1960. Soon, the boy’s family moved to Chelyabinsk city and began living in the house of his grandfather and grandmother.

During his childhood, the ice hockey coach of the future, Vyacheslav Bykov, enjoyed playing sports. In addition to hockey, he is very interested in football. After completing 11 classes, Vyacheslav joined the Chelyabinsk Academy of Mechanization and Agricultural Electrification.

Despite the fact that as a footballer he has great success, hockey has become for him the meaning of life. He graduated from the best hockey school at the time, and his career began there.

The ice hockey career

Future coach Vyacheslav Bykov started his hockey career at the age of 15 at the Petrel club, at which time he was called a graduate of Agriculture, and in 1976, he closed.

In 1979, he made his first appearance in the Soviet Championship as part of the metallurgical team (Chelyabinsk), where he tried to prove himself excellent and become the best sniper sniper of the season.

Vyacheslav scored 50 goals in 50 matches. Then for two years, he played for the Tractor team. It was there, Viktor Tikhonov, who at that time was CSKA’s coach, that he realized the high potential of the player and brought Vyacheslav to the capital.

When future coach Vyacheslav Bykov moved to Moscow, he switched to correspondence courses at Chelyabinsk Academy. Later, he entered the Leningrad Sports Culture Academy, where he could qualify as a coach.

Eight years in his career, he played in the “CSKA” team. This was a crucial moment in the formation of a young hockey player. Since 1982, future coach Vyacheslav Bykov has served in the Soviet national team as a striker. His first match in the national team took place in Bratislava against the Czech team.