Yegor Titov, Russian footballer
Yegor Titov is a Russian footballer, midfielder, coach. Most of his career he played for Spartak Moscow. By the way, he played for the Russian national team and was its captain.
The boy was born on May 29, 1976 in Moscow. His father was the master of sport in speed skating and wanted his son to become a skater. But son’s passion for football was stronger. At the age of 8 the boy entered the Spartak football school. Since 1992 he played for Spartak Moscow and in 1995 he became a member of the first team.
According to Sport-Express he was the best footballer in 1998, 2000. He played for Russia at the 2002 World Cup and has amassed over 30 caps for his country.
In 2008, as a result of the conflict with the head coach, Titov had to leave Spartak. In 2009 Yegor and Andrei Tikhonov signed a contract with Locomotive Astana.
On March 19, 2010 the football player announced the end of his sports career.
In 2012, Titov played five matches in the amateur league for Arsenal Tula and in July 2012 he officially announced his retirement.
Titov was in the list of 33 best players of the championship of Russia: number 1 (1998-2001); Number 2 (1997, 2006, 2007); Number 3 (2002, 2003).
By the way, in 2004, Titov played a small role in the Russian television series Team.
On June 9, 2015 Titov became an assistant head coach. And on August 6, 2016 Yegor and Dmitry Alenichev left the club. A year later, on June 5, 2017 they became coaches of the Yenisei Krasnoyarsk FC.
Moreover, Yegor recorded a few songs with singer Nikolai Trubach and one of them is Veronica (dedicated to his wife). A few years later he played a role in the film 33 Square Meters.
Yegor’s wife is Veronica Titova. At the age of 13 they became friends. In 2000 the couple got married.
Their first daughter Anna was born in 1999. The girl plays tennis and successfully participates in Russian and international tournaments. Their second daughter Uliana was born in 2007.