FC Angusht Nazran

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Full name Football Club
Angusht Nazran
Founded 1993; 21 years ago (1993)
Ground Ruslan Aushev
Central Stadium
Ground Capacity 3,200
Chairman Adam Dzeytov
Manager Boris Stukalov
League Russian Second Division
Zone South
2012–13 1st

FC Angusht Nazran (Russian: «Ангушт» Назрань) is a Russian association football club from Nazran. In 2006, the club played in the Russian First Division, the second level of Russian professional football. In 2011, they play in the Russian Second Division.

The club was founded in 1993 as Ingushetia Nazran and entered the Russian Third League in 1994. In 1995 the club was renamed Angusht and finished second in their zone, securing promotion to the Second League (they were playing in Malgobek that season). Angusht finished second in 1998 and third in 2000, and in 2005 they managed to win their Second Division zone to get another promotion. The club spent the 2006 season in the First Division, finishing last between 22 teams. After the season Angusht went bankrupt, were renamed FC Nazran (and shortly after that FC Ongusht Nazran) and joined the Amateur Football League. In 2009 it was renamed back to Angusht.

Current squad[edit]

As of February 27, 2014, according to the official FNL website.

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Russia GK Khazbulat Khamkhoyev
3 Russia DF Sergei Putilin
4 Russia DF Aslan Dashayev
5 Russia DF Apti Aushev
7 Russia FW Tazir Kariyev
8 Russia MF Imamkhan Gazdiyev
9 Russia FW Magomed Guguyev
10 Russia MF Abdulkhamid Akhilgov
11 Russia FW Ruslan Zyazikov
12 Russia FW Akhmed Parchiyev
14 Russia MF Alim Karkayev
15 Russia MF Zaur Osmayev
No. Position Player
16 Russia GK Magomed Yevloyev
20 Russia MF Aslan Dzeytov
21 Russia MF Vakha Albakov
22 Russia MF Grigori Guz
23 Russia DF Zalim Kishev
25 Russia FW Mikhail Sorochkin
27 Russia DF Ilez Gazdiyev
29 Russia FW Azamat Kurachinov
30 Russia GK Ibragim Shibilov
33 Russia MF Aslan Dyshekov
77 Russia GK Stanislav Buchnev

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