Novotroitsk


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Novotroitsk

 

a city (since 1945) under oblast jurisdiction, in Orenburg Oblast, RSFSR. Located on the right bank of the Ural River. Railroad station on the Orenburg-Orsk line, 18 km from Orsk. Population, 91,000 (1974; 3,000 in 1939 and 54,000 in 1959). A major center for ferrous metallurgy in the southern Urals, the Orsk-Khalilovo Metallurgical Combine, is located in Novotroitsk. Other industry includes production of chemicals and construction materials. The city has metallurgical and construction technicums.

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The 39 year-old, now sporting director at Nosta Novotroitsk, hailed Rangers' renaissance under gaffer Walter Smith.
Now 38 and the sporting director of small Russian club FC Nostra Novotroitsk, Kanchelskis said: "I know in England there is now a lot of talk about whether having so many foreign players and coaches is damaging the national team - and I think it does have a big effect.
Kanchelskis, 38, currently sporting director of Russian side FC Nosta Novotroitsk, added: "The pressure to perform in England is very big.
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