2009 Uzbek League

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Uzbek League
Season 2009
Champions Bunyodkor
Relegated Sogdiana
FK Buxoro
2010 AFC Champions League Bunyodkor
Pakhtakor
2010 AFC Cup Nasaf Qarshi
Top goalscorer Rivaldo 20 goals
2008
2010

The 2009 Uzbek League season was the 18th edition of top level football in Uzbekistan since independence in 1992

Bunyodkor were the defending champions from the 2008 campaign.

Pakhtakor hold the most titles with 8 Uzbek League crowns to their name.

Clubs and locations[edit]

Location of teams in 2009 Uzbek League
Club Coach City Stadium
FK Andijan Uzbekistan Orif Mamatkazin Andijan Navro'z Stadium
FK Buxoro Uzbekistan Rauf Inileev Bukhoro Markaziy Stadium
Bunyodkor Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari Tashkent JAR Stadium
Lokomotiv Tashkent Uzbekistan Vadim Abramov Tashkent Lokomotiv Stadium
Mash'al Mubarek Uzbekistan Bahodir Davlatov Muborak Bahrom Vafoev Stadium
Metallurg Bekabad Uzbekistan Rustam Mirsodiqov Bekabad Metallurg Bekabad Stadium
Nasaf Qarshi Russia Viktor Kumykov Qarshi Markaziy Stadium
Navbahor Namangan Uzbekistan Mustafo Bayramov Namangan Markaziy Stadium
FK Neftchi Farg'ona Armenia Uzbekistan Yuriy Sarkisyan Fergana Fargona Stadium
Olmaliq FK Uzbekistan Igor Shkvyrin Olmaliq Metallurg Stadium
Pakhtakor Uzbekistan Viktor Djalilov Tashkent Pakhtakor Markaziy Stadium
FK Samarqand-Dinamo Uzbekistan Azamat Abduraimov Samarkand Dynamo Samarkand Stadium
Sogdiana Jizzakh Russia Oleg Tyulkin Jizzakh Markaziy Stadium
Qizilqum Zarafshon Uzbekistan Rustam Zabirov Zarafshan Progress Stadium
Shurtan Guzar Ukraine Victor Pasulko G'uzor G'uzor Stadium
Xorazm FK Urganch Uzbekistan Vali Sultonov Urganch Xorazm Stadium
  • O.T.M.K. Olmaliq changed name to Olmaliq FK
  • FK Dustlik Jizzakh withdrew because of financial problems and were replaced by FK Buxoro

Managerial changes[edit]

Team Outgoing manager Manner of departure Replaced by
Bunyodkor Brazil Zico Resigned[1] Turkey Amet Memet
Bunyodkor Turkey Amet Memet Resigned after 2 games [2] Uzbekistan Khikmat Irgashev
Bunyodkor Uzbekistan Khikmat Irgashev Replaced after 10 games [3][4] Brazil Luiz Felipe Scolari

Final league table[edit]

POS NAME P W D L F A +/- Points
1 Bunyodkor 30 28 2 0 85 13 +72 86
2 Pakhtakor 30 18 10 2 69 16 +53 64
3 Nasaf Qarshi 30 16 7 7 47 27 +20 55
4 Olmaliq FK 30 15 3 12 50 38 +12 48
5 FK Neftchi Farg'ona 30 14 4 12 42 38 +4 46
6 Lokomotiv Tashkent 30 11 10 9 34 39 -5 43
7 FK Andijan 30 10 9 11 47 48 -1 39
8 FC Shurtan Guzar 30 11 5 14 44 42 +2 39
9 Xorazm FK Urganch 30 9 11 10 30 39 -9 38
10 Qizilqum Zarafshon 30 9 8 13 34 50 -16 38
11 FK Samarqand-Dinamo 30 10 5 15 33 56 -23 35
12 Mash'al Mubarek 30 8 7 15 32 42 -10 31
13 Metalourg Bekabad 30 6 10 14 36 49 -13 31
14 Navbahor Namangan 30 7 7 16 21 47 -25 28
15 FK Buxoro 30 6 6 18 40 59 -19 24
16 Sogdiana Jizzakh 30 6 6 18 24 65 -41 24


Top goalscorers[edit]

Rank Name Team Goals
1 Brazil Rivaldo Bunyodkor 20 (4)
2 Uzbekistan Anvar Soliev Bunyodkor 18
3 Uzbekistan Odil Ahmedov Pakhtakor 16 (1)
4 Uzbekistan Lochinbek Soliev FK Buxoro 15 (3)
5 Uzbekistan Alexander Geynrikh Pakhtakor 13
Uzbekistan Anvar Berdiev Neftchi Farg'ona 13 (3)
Chile Jose Luis Villanueva Bunyodkor 13
8 Uzbekistan Muiddin Mamazulunov Olmaliq FK 12
9 Uzbekistan Server Djeparov Bunyodkor 11

Last updated: 17.11.2009

Top Assists[edit]

Rank Player Club Assists
1 Brazil Rivaldo Bunyodkor 12
2 Uzbekistan Server Djeparov Bunyodkor 11
3 Uzbekistan Iqbol Akramov Neftchi Farg'ona 10
4 Uzbekistan Shuhrat Mirkholdirshoev FK Andijan 9
5 Brazil Edson Ramos Silva Bunyodkor 8
Belarus Syarhey Krot Nasaf Qarshi 8
Uzbekistan Odil Ahmedov Pakhtakor 8
Uzbekistan Sherzod Raimjonov Xorazm FK Urganch 8
9 Turkmenistan Artur Gevorkyan Shurtan Guzar 7
Uzbekistan Bakhtiyor Hamidullaev Olmaliq FK 7
Uzbekistan Jasur Hasanov Bunyodkor 7
Uzbekistan Yannis Mandzukas Bunyodkor 7
13 Uzbekistan Andrey Akopyants Dinamo 6
Uzbekistan Jahongir Jiyamuradov Nasaf Qarshi 6
Uzbekistan Mirzakamol Kamolov FK Andijan 6
Lithuania Artūras Fomenka Olmaliq FK 6

Last updated: 17.11.2009
Source: 2009 season Top assists

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