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Roman Nikolayevich Shirokov (Russian: Роман Николаевич Широков ; born 6 July 1981) is a Russian international football official and a former player. As a player, he was described as "a deep-lying midfielder with an aptitude for getting forward to score goals". Before signing for Zenit, Shirokov played for FC Khimki, Rubin Kazan, Saturn Moscow Oblast, FC Vidnoye, FC Istra, Torpedo-ZIL Moscow and CSKA Moscow's farm club.
Pavel Dmitrievich Shirokov (1893–1963) (Russian: Павел Дмитриевич Широков) was a poet of Ego-Futurism in Russia in the 1910s. He was a close friend of Ivan Ignatyev, who published Shirokov's first book entitled "Rozy v Vine" (Roses in Wine). Neologisms and French words occur frequently in Shirokov's works; he refers to his verses using French terms such as triolets, virelais, romances, et. a characteristic possibly derived from fellow Ego-Futurist Igor Severyanin. Maksims Širokovs (born 1982), Latvian ice hockey player, brother of Aleksejs. Pavel Shirokov (1893–1963), Russian poet. Roman Shirokov (born 1981), Russian footballer. Sergei Shirokov (born 1986), Russian ice hockey player.
Rhodopa National Orchestra. Konushenski Folk Orchestra. Grupata Na Tsvyatko Blagoev. Bulgarian Folk Ensemble.