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Rotor were seconds away from being the first European club to win at Old Trafford when United's goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel scored a famous equaliser, but the 2-2 draw meant Rotor progressed by the away goals rule They went on to be defeated by eventual Runners-up Bordeaux in the second round.Full European results: In the 2000s, Rotor's results declined, and in 2004, the team finished last in the Russian Premier League.
But in January 2005 Rotor were unable to make the required financial guarantees and so lost their professional licence entirely.Instructors of the Department also hold EFL courses for students of the following specialities: Foreign Literature, Philology and Journalism, Philosophy ans social technologies, History, and Sociology and Politology.Following is a list of major course divisions and the Department specialities: Major Theoretical Courses at EPh D: The Department also hosts express EFL and ESL courses for the instructors of the University, and FCE and CAE Cambridge Exams preparation courses.) is a Russian football (soccer) club from the large city of Volgograd, Volgograd Oblast (formerly Stalingrad).They play in the second-tier Russian National Football League, after winning their PFL zone South in the 2016–17 season.During the 1990s they were one of the strongest clubs in newly independent Russia and qualified for European competition four times.
In recent years financial and ownership difficulties have repeatedly threatened their professional status and they have played mostly in lower regional leagues.In 1988 Rotor finished second in the Soviet First League, earning promotion to the Soviet Top League.They finished 13th and last in the downsized 1990 competition after the Georgian and Lithuanian teams withdrew, and the decision was made to relegate them.They are the largest and best supported Volgograd club and for most of their existence have been the city's only representatives in the national league system.They played at the top level of Soviet/Russian football either side of World War II, from 1989 to 1990, and from 1991 to 2004.Apart from EFL, courses of Buisness communication and negotiating, and Business Presentation are taught in English to the listeners of the courses. Various language-related events are set up whenever an opportunity turns up be it a meeting with a guest native speaker, or watching a new movie at the Faculty Media Center.