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|Full name||Aleksei Viktorovich Kosolapov|
|Date of birth||17 March 1971|
|Place of birth||Pushkino, Russian SFSR|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 8 1⁄2 in)|
|FC Aktobe (conditioning coach)|
|FC Spartak Moscow|
|1988–1989||FC Spartak Moscow||0||(0)|
|1990||FC Spartak Moscow||0||(0)|
|1992||FC Spartak Moscow||1||(0)|
|1993–1997||FC Lokomotiv Moscow||146||(38)|
|1997–1998||Sporting de Gijón||6||(1)|
|1998||FC Lokomotiv Moscow||10||(2)|
|1998–2000||Maccabi Tel Aviv F.C.||54||(7)|
|2001||FC Lokomotiv Moscow||0||(0)|
|2002||FC Terek Grozny||11||(1)|
|2007–2009||FC Aktobe (assistant)|
|2010–2011||FC Aktobe (scout)|
|2010||FC Lokomotiv Moscow (academy)|
|2012–2014||FC Aktobe (assistant)|
|2014–2015||FC Aktobe (scout)|
|2015||FC Aktobe (caretaker)|
|2015–2016||FC Aktobe (assistant)|
|2016–2017||FC Aktobe (U-21)|
|2017–||FC Aktobe (conditioning)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
- Russian Premier League runner-up: 1995.
- Russian Premier League bronze: 1994, 1998.
- Russian Cup winner: 1996, 1997.
- Russian Cup runner-up: 1998.
- Liga Leumit (top division) runner-up: 1999.
- Kazakhstan Premier League winner: 2007, 2008
- Kazakhstan Premier League runner-up: 2003.
- Kazakhstan Cup winner: 2005, 2008
- Kazakhstan Super Cup winner: 2008
- Top 33 players year-end list: 1993, 1994, 1995, 1997.
Kosolapov made his debut for Russia on 6 October 1993 in a friendly against Saudi Arabia. He played for Russia in two more friendlies in 1994 and several 1998 FIFA World Cup qualifiers in 1997 (but not in the knockout qualification games against Italy). He scored his only international goal against Israel in a qualifier in June 1997.
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