Victor Maslov was a Soviet footballer and then a football manager. He was born in 1910 in Moscow and began to play football for RDPK Moscow, which was later re-organized into FC Torpedo Moscow, but had other names. Between 1936 and 1939 he was the captain of FC Torpedo Moscow.
Maslov retired as a player in 1942 and began to coach Torpedo youth team. Between 1957 and 1961 he was the manager of Torpedo Moscow, in 1960 he led them to the Soviet Cup and Soviet Top League victories.
In 1961 he took charge of SKA Rostov and in 1964 switched to guiding Dynamo Kyiv. While working at Dynamo Kyiv they won three Soviet Top League titles and twice were runners-up. In 1964 and 1966 the team won Soviet Cup titles. In 1970 Victor Maslov was sacked after Dynamo Kyiv was seventh in the league. He retired in 1975, after a stint at Ararat Erevan, whom he led to the Soviet Cup victory.
Victor Maslov died in 1977.
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