Leonid Stanislavovich began his playing career in Torpedo Minsk, then there were such clubs as Dynamo Minsk, Gomselmash, KIM, Molodechno, Attack, and Dynamo-93. Played as a defender. He began to gain coaching experience in the teams for which he played during his playing career. These teams were KIM, Dynamo-93, and Molodechno. Kuchuk moved in this direction for 8 years. In 2003, the specialist headed Lokomotiv Minsk. Kuchuk’s time in the Moldavian Sheriff can be safely considered the beginning of the golden age of his career. From 2004 to 2010, Leonid Stanislavovich headed this club, winning a lot of trophies. He also led the team to the Champions League and the Europa League. Left his post in 2010.
On May 18, 2010, he headed Salut Belgorod. However, his career did not work out there, with him Salut won only three matches, lost 9, and drew a tie in 2. When they took the next-to-last place in the championship, the specialist retired. In June 2011 he came to Ukraine and took the position of the head coach of Arsenal Kyiv. In the debut season, he led the Kyiv team to the Eurocups. A year later, Arsenal began to have financial problems, and players began to leave Arsenal. In 2013, the specialist leaves the post of the “gunners”‘ chief coach.
On January 9, 2013, he headed Kuban. With Kuchuk, the team got 19 points and kept 5th place in the Russian championship, which allowed the Krasnodar footballers to play in Eurocups. However, at the beginning of the new season, the Kuban management and the coach did not find a common ground in concluding a new contract, and Leonid Stanislavovich left the club. By the way, if you are an avid football fan, we recommend that you visit the page of the best sports betting sites in India and choose one of the best bookmakers.
On June 16, 2013, he headed Lokomotiv Moscow and brought the team to 3rd place in the Russian Championship. On September 15, 2014, he was suspended from work. Cooperation between Kuchuk and the Moscow team ended in litigation. As a result, Kuchuk won in court, while Lokomotiv owed the specialist 1.8 million euros.
On November 17, 2014, he returned to Kuban and brought it to the final of the Cup of Russia. Unfortunately, they lost the final to Lokomotiv Moscow 1:3, and the club’s management terminated the contract with the coach by mutual agreement. On January 15, 2017, he became the head coach of the Ukrainian Stal but left the team half a year later. On June 9, 2017, he headed the Russian football club Rostov, but without achieving positive results with the team in mid-December 2017, the coach left the club of his own free will. Do you want more interesting publications about football? Subscribe to India Football Blog updates and get the latest posts straight to your email.