Date of birth: 4 May 1971
Playing career: FC Zvezda Gorodische
Coaching career: FC Olimpia Volgograd, FC Uralan Elista, FC Moskva, PFC Krylya Sovetov Samara, PFC CSKA Moskva
• Started playing career as a goalkeeper with Volgograd regional team Zvezda Gorodishche, but suffered a severe injury after falling from a tree and was forced to hang up his gloves after just 13 matches.
• Began coaching career in youth football at Olimpia Volgograd. From 2002 to 2004 he worked at Uralan Elista where he was promoted to head coach following the club's top-flight relegation.
• Took the reins at Moskva reserves in 2004 and replaced Valeri Petrakov as the club's head coach the following summer. Under Slutski, Moskva finished fifth in 2005 and sixth in 2006 before attaining a record-high fourth position in 2007.
• After a spell at Krylya, guiding them into Europe, he signed a three-year contract with CSKA Moskva in October 2009, replacing Juande Ramos. That December he led CSKA to the UEFA Champions League knockout stages for the first time before quarter-final elimination by FC Internazionale Milano.
• Twelve months later CSKA's UEFA Europa League campaign was similarly ended by the eventual winners, FC Porto, but May brought consolation in the form of the Russian Cup – Slutski's first major trophy.
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