CSKA Pomir Dushanbe
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CSKA Pomir Dushanbe is a football club from Tajikistan that currently plays in the Tajik League, the country's top division. Since 1997, the club has been under the patronage of the Tajik Army, like its rivals CSKA Dushanbe.
Pamir Dushanbe was the only Tajik club to be promoted to the former Soviet Top League, in which the club played for the last three seasons that the league existed just prior to the dissolution of the USSR: 1989, 1990, and 1991. They made the semi-finals of the last Soviet Cup, losing to CSKA Moscow. This achievement was aided by the fact that all Ukrainian opposition withdrew following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
As of 18 January 2013
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- 1992, 1995
- Tajik Cup: 1
Performance in AFC competitions
- Asian Club Championship: 1 appearance
- 1997: First Round
Most number of matches in USSR Top League
Most number of goals in USSR Top League
Players who had international caps for their respective countries.
- Nikolay Potapov (1964)
- Andrei Zazroyev (1964–66)
- Vladimir Alyakrinskii (1967–68)
- Ivan Vasilevich (1968–69)
- Ahmad Alaskarov (1972)
- Ishtvan Sekech (1973–78)
- Yuri Semin (1983–85)
- Sharif Nazarov (1986–88), (1992–??)
- Damir Kamaletdinov (1998–05)
- Makhmadjon Habibulloev (2012–present)
- Team list at Official CSKA Dushanbe website
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