A mere two days after announcing its long-awaited return to big-time hockey, Spartak Moscow has already put together the coaching staff which will guide the team through the forthcoming Championship. 

Head coach will be German Titov (pictured), who resigned from his post as Metallurg Novokuznetsk boss in March of this year. Also joining the staff are ex-Avtomobilist coach Igor Ulanov, former Spartak player Vyacheslav Kozlov, and goaltending coach Sergei Goloshumov, highly respected at the club for his exploits on the ice as a player and his subsequent work in coaching the juniors and seniors. 

All the members of the Red-and-Whites’ new coaching team have been given two-year contracts.

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