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Starting lineup - published: 07.02.19

Position First name Last name Birthplace Like Dislike
GK Igor AKINFEEV Vidnoye

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GK Wojciech SZCZESNY Warsaw

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DC Guram KASHIA Tbilisi

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DC Niklas MOISANDER Turku

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DC Solom KVIRKVELIA Samtredia

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DC Yevhen KHACHERIDI Melitopol

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DLC Ragnar KLAVAN Viljandi

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DLC Yaroslav RAKITSKY Pershotravensk

2

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DRL/MR Igor SMOLNIKOV Kamensk-Uralsky

2

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DR Andreas BECK Kemerovo

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DLC/ML Fedor KUDRYASHOV Irkutsk

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DLC/ML Georgi JIKIA Moscow

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DL/ML Georgi SCHENNIKOV Moscow

3

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DC/DMC Roman NEUSTADTER Dnipropetrovsk

1

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DMC Taras STEPANENKO Velyka Novosilka

1

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MC Aleksandr GOLOVIN Kaltan

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MC Aleksey MIRANCHUK Slavyansk-na-Kubani

2

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MC Denis GLUSHAKOV Millerovo

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MC Pavel MAMAEEV Moscow

3

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ML/DL Dmitri KOMBAROV Moscow

2

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MRLC Oleg SHATOV Nizhny Tagil

1

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AMC Alan DZAGOEV Beslan

2

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AMRLC Viktor KOVALENKO Kherson

2

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AMRL Andriy YARMOLENKO St.Petersbourg

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AMRL Denis CHERYSHEV Nizhny Novgorod

8

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AMRL Yehven KONOPLYANKA Kirovohrad

3

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FRLC Dmitri POLOZ Stavropol

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FRLC Fyodor SMOLOV Saratov

2

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FC Robert LEWANDOWSKI Warsaw

10

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FC/SS Aleksandr KOKORIN Valuyki

2

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FC/SS Artyom DZYUBA Moscow

7

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AMRL/DL Oleksandr ZINCHENKO Radomyshl

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Such spatiality also demanded highly centralized governance if Russia wanted to function as a country as a whole. The last revolutionary attempt related to the revolutionary wave happened in Russia in 1825, when former military officers, inspired by the ideas of the French revolution hoped to turn the autocratic state into a constitutional regime. The uprising was preceded by almost a decade of ideological and political deliberation, but it would ultimately end catastrophically for the conspirators. The failure of this so-called Decembrist movement paralyzed any attempt of a bourgeois uprising in Russia for many decades. A constant of Russian foreign policy in the 19th century was the conflict with the Ottoman Empire, in the context of the Eastern Question. Ever since the 18th century, mercantile interests drew Russia to the Black Sea and, with control of the Straits, to the Mediterranean.

During the 19th century, Russia could play the religion card when achieving their economic and political interests among the Orthodox peoples in the Balkans. Through a peace treaty, it gained a kind of protectorate over Wallachia and Moldavia, Orthodox autonomous principalities in the Ottoman Empire, enabling it to influence sailing on the Danube. This established the basis for Russian politics that attempted to gain a protectorate over the Ottoman Empire through protectorates over Christians. Russian dominance would last until Russia was defeated in the bloody Crimean War (1853 – 1856) by the joint forces of the Ottoman Empire, France and Great Britain.

Sources
    • Felipe FERNANDEZ-ARMESTO, Narodi Europe, Zagreb, 1997.,335
    • Grupa autora, Povijest: Napoleon, restauracija i građanske revolucije (1800. - 1848.), knjiga XIII., Zagreb 2008.,344
    • Grupa autora, Povijest: Kolonijalna carstva i imperijalizam (1871. - 1914.), knjiga XV., Zagreb 2008.,489
    • Vasilj POPOVIĆ, Istočno pitanje , Sarajevo, 1956.
    • Michal TYMOWSKI, Kratka povijest Poljske,Zagreb, 1999
    • Coat of arms, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Russia