Turkmenistan Football Thread

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  1. jonny63

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    ASHGABAT – Turkmenistan champions Ashgabat brought the curtain down on their victorious 2007 campaign with a comfortable 3-1 over Talyp Sporty to finish five points ahead of runners-up MTTU.

    Arslanmurad Amanov opened the scoring for Ashgabat in the 31st minute and although Perman Begjanov equalised for Talyp six minutes later, Amanov restored the champions’ lead with his second on the stroke of half-time.

    Turkmenistan international Redjepmurad Agabaev rounded off Ashgabat’s 19th win of the season with the third and final goal in the 62nd minute but he couldn’t reach the tally set by Berdy Shamuradov, who netted 16 of MTTU’s 66 goals to finish the league’s top scorer for the third time in four seasons.

    Shamuradov headed the scoring charts in 2004 with 19 goals before eclipsing that total the following year when he struck an incredible 30 times as MTTU won back-to-back Turkmenistan titles.

    Final standings:

    G W D L Goals Pts

    1. Ashgabat 28 19 4 5 44-14 61
    2. MTTU 28 16 8 4 66-25 56
    3. Nebitchi 28 14 4 10 43-33 46
    4. Talyp Sporty 28 12 5 11 41-38 41
    5. Shagadam 28 10 6 12 28-32 36
    6. Merv 28 10 5 13 40-37 35
    7. Turan 28 7 3 18 23-56 24
    8. Kopetdag 28 5 3 20 21-71 18

    http://www.the-afc.com/eng/articles/viewArticle.jsp_164790379.html


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    Turkmenistan beat Hong Kong and Cambodia to advance to Third round in World Cup qualifiers.

    First match is away against Korea Rep on 6 February , then at home against Jordan on 26 March. Fourth team in the group is North Korea.

    Nobody know how they prepare for the Qualifiers ?

    FIFA article about Turkmenistan.

    http://www.fifa.com/worldfootball/ranking/news/newsid=651771.html#turkmenistan
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    CIS Cup: Group A

    19-1-2008: Ashgabad 0-1 Levadia (Estonia)
    20-1-2008: Ashgabad 2-1 Zenit (Russia)

    22-1-2008: Ashgabad - Sherif (Moldavia)

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    Why is Turkmenistan not preparing,are they so good,i don´t know!Good Luck to Turkmenistan!:)


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    22-1-2008: Ashgabad - Sherif (Moldavia) 0-4
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    ASHGABAT – Head coach Rakhim Kurbanmamedov has named just two Turkmenistan-based players in the 20-man squad called up for the Central Asians’ FIFA World Cup 2010 qualifying opener against Korea Republic.

    The duo is MTTU defender Begli Annageldiyev, Turkmenistan’s Player of the Year in 2007, and Nazar Choliev, who plays his club football with league champions FC Ashgabat.

    The remaining 18 players join the national team from club sides in Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Russia and Turkey as the Turkmen look to put their lack of match practice behind them when they face the Koreans on Wednesday.

    “We did not play any friendlies but we still will try to collect points from all of our matches and the match in Seoul is no exception,” said Kurbanmamedov.

    http://www.the-afc.com/eng/articles/viewArticle.jsp_165183530.html
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    I read this before 2 minutes and I wanted to put it here,but you were faster jonny !:D
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    Turkmenistan announced its squad:

    Goalkeepers:
    Bayramniyaz Berdiev (Kuruvchi, Uzbekistan)
    Pavel Kharchik (Rubin, Russia)

    Defenders:
    Begli Annageldiev (MTTU)
    Nazar Choliev (Ashgabad)
    Gochkuli Gochkuliev (Kuruvchi, Uzbekistan)
    Yagmurmurad Annamuradov (Navbahor, Uzbekistan)
    Azat Mukhadaov (Mardinspor, Turkey)

    Midfielders:
    Mekan Nasirov (Karvan, Azerbaijan)
    Evgeniy Zemskov (Lokomotiv, Uzbekistan)
    Nazar Bayramov (Neftchi, Azerbaijan)
    Didar Khodjiev (Navbahor, Uzbekistan)
    Artur Gevorkyan (Shurtan, Uzbekistan)
    Murad Khamraev (SDinamo, Uzbekistan)
    Vyacheslav Krendelov (Amkar, Turkmenistan)

    Forwards:
    Gakhrimanberdi Chonkaev (Okjetpes, Kazakhstan)
    Guvanchmukhamed Ovekov (Jetisu, Kazakhstan)
    Bladimir Bayramov (Khimki, Russia)
    Mamedali Karadanov (Karvan, Azerbaijan)
    Dovletmurad Ataev (Shurtan, Uzbekistan)
    Arif Mirzoev (Shurtan, Uzbekistan)

    http://www.turkmenistan.gov.tm

    Only two players from Turkmenistan clubs. The other 18 players are from Uzbekistan, Azerbaijan, Russia and Kazakhstan and Turkey clubs.

    Turkmenistan played with Korea Republic only once in its history. It was at the Asian Games-1998 and scored them 3:2(0:2).
    Have no idea, weather it (Korean team) was the ''A'' team or ''B''.

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    It was Korea A team, not Korea U-23.

    BTW, the first time the "Tan Brothers" participated in Asian Games were in 1994 Asian Games in Hiroshima, Japan. They shocked Asian power houses. In the group stages, Turkmenistan drew with China 2-2, Iran 1-1, Bahrain 2-2 and beat Yemen 2-1, finishing as runner-up behind China. Unfortunately Turkmenistan had to meet its brother Uzbekistan in the quarter final and lost 0-3. Uzbekistan then became the winner beating China 4-2 in the final. Igor Skhvyrin of Uzbekistan was the top scorer (8 goals) together with Korean Hwang Sun Hong.

    Igor Skhvyrin, who played for Israeli club Maccabi Haifa, always scored when Uzbekistan met China, either in Asian Games or World Cup Qualifiers. Do you know what he is doing now?
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    He is a manager of the club OTMK. Last year he trained Qizilqum.
    Yes, that Asian Games was very awesome for our national football team.
    Especially, the semi final match against Korea Republic. We had only one shot during the hole of the match and that was a goal. (And even in that case it was the mistake of the Korean goalkeeper.)
    Koreans attacked us 90 minutes, dozens of shots, corners, free kicks, but they couldn't score. :)
    Yuriy Sheykin, the goalkeeper of our National team was announced to be the Hero of Uzbekistan after that match.
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    I see. He is a club manager now. In the 1998 Asian Games, beside Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, Tajikistan also qualified to the Asian Games Finals. But why didn't we see Kazakhstan in those 2 Asian Games?
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    Maybe, they didn't apply to participate into those tournaments, I don't know.
    You should ask Borat, he knows better:D:D:D.
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    You mean the fictitious journalist Borat Sagdiyev? I think he only knows about movies and music. :p
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    Let`s get back to Turkmenistan :)

    Turkmenistan will play a friendly on 22 November away against Estonia.
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    Team today against Korea Rep :

    Turkmenistan
    (GK) Baramaniyaz BERDIYEV 12
    Yagmyrmyrat ANNAMYRADOV 2
    Gochguly Gochguliyev 3
    Begli ANNAGELDIYEV 4
    Didar HAJIEV 5
    Azat MUHADOV 6
    Vladimir BAYRAMOV 8
    Guvanch OVEKOV 10
    Vyacheslav KRENDELEV 11
    Mekan NASYROV 14
    Nazar BAYRAMOV 17

    Match start now.
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    ASHGABAT - Back-to-back AFC President's Cup winners Dordoi Dynamo will prepare for the defence of their continental club crown by taking part in the 14th Turkmenistan President’s Cup tournament.

    Joining Dordoi in the competition that will be held in the Turkmen capital from February 21 to March 1 are local favourites and national champions Ashgabat FC, who are also taking part in this year's AFC President's Cup, Turkmenistan President’s Cup holders MTTU, Turkmenistan FA Cup winners Shagadam, and the reserve side of Russian Premier League outfit Rubin Kazan.

    http://www.the-afc.com/eng/articles/viewArticle.jsp_165445638.html
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    14th Turkmenistan President’s Cup tournament.

    All the participants:

    Group A: ''Mika'' (Erevan, Armenia), ''Shagadam'', ''Team of Turkey clubs''
    Group B: ''MTTU'', ''Dinamo-Dordoy'' (Kirgizstan), ''Rubin 2''(Russia)
    Group C: Ashgabad'', ''Riga''(Latvia), ''Vaxsh'' (Tajikistan), ''Iran OT''.

    http://www.cissoccer.com/news/4362.html
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    Is there any reason why Turkmenistan failed to properly prepare for the first World Cup qualifier in February against Korea?

    Looking through the friends teams played, we had teams from the Gulf such as Kuwait playing four times yet Turkmenistan failed to do anything.

    Also, the club teams haven't entered for the AFC Cup, has the FA suddenly shut up office?
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    Dont know why they dont seem to prepare too well against Korea Rep. Maybe problems to get the team together when so many play abroad ?

    Turkmenistan have a club in President`s Cup , they are not allowed to be in AFC Cup.
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    Have AFC taken a view that Turkmenistans clubs are not strong enough for AFC Cup or just want to make Presidents cup stronger?
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    Good question and I want a answer,because I don´t know it,too.:D
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    I think they are among AFC "emerging" countries , that`s why they are competing in AFC Challenge Cup and AFC President`s Cup.
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    Thanks a lot for the information ,jonny!:);)
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    ASHGABAT – There were mixed fortunes for local sides in the opening Group C matches of the 2008 Turkmenistan President’s Cup on Friday with Ashgabat defeating Iran’s youth team and Nebitchi losing to Vakhsh.

    Ashgabat, the reigning Turkmenistan league champions, edged the young Iranians by a solitary goal with Yusup Orazmamedov scoring the winner after just four minutes.

    Nebitchi also conceded an early goal in their match against Tajikistan’s Vakhsh with Numon Khakimov putting the 2006 AFC President’s Cup runners-up ahead in the seventh minute.

    Vitaliy Alikperov equalised for 2004 Turkmenistan champions only for Khakimov to seal the win for Vakhsh with his second in the 72nd minute.

    Ten teams are taking part in the 14th edition of the tournament, which is also known as the Turkmenbashi Cup, with the winner pocketing US$20,000.

    http://www.the-afc.com/eng/articles/viewArticle.jsp_165543998.html
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    2nd place: US$10,000
    3rd place: US$5,000

    Today: MTTU - Rubin 2
    Shagadam - Team of Turkey clubs

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