Neftchi Farg'ona FK

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Neftchi Farg'ona Futbol Klubi
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Full name Neftchi Farg'ona FK
Founded 1962
Ground Fargona Stadium
Fergana, Uzbekistan
Ground Capacity 14,520
Chairman Hamro Nabiev
Head Coach Murod Ismoilov
League Uzbek League
2013 9th

Neftchi Farg'ona (Uzbek: Neftchi Farg'ona futbol klubi, Uzbek Cyrillic: Нефтчи Фарғона футбол клуби; Russian: футбольный клуб Нефтчи Фергана) is an Uzbek football club based in Fergana. They play in the top division in Uzbekistani football.

History[edit]

Neftchi was founded 1962 and appeared in the Soviet Second League (Central Asian Division) from 1962 to 1990 under the name "Neftyanik Fergana". In 1990, the club advanced to the Soviet First League[1] where it played the 1991 season. Since 1992, the club has been playing in the Uzbek League, and, along with Pakhtakor Tashkent and Navbahor Namangan, participated in all seasons of the Uzbek League without a break.

Stadium[edit]

Fargona Stadium is the home ground of Neftchi Farg'ona. The plans of the new stadium were unveiled in 2011. The new club arena will be completed in 2013.

Players[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 6 March 2013

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

No. Position Player
1 Uzbekistan GK Alisher Pakhritdinov
2 Uzbekistan MF Jasur Saidov
3 Uzbekistan DF Shukurali Pulatov
4 Uzbekistan DF Oybek Nurboev
4 Nigeria DF David Oniya
5 Uzbekistan DF Iqbol Bobokhonov
6 Uzbekistan MF Bakhtiyor Yoqubov
8 Uzbekistan MF Aziz Alijonov
8 Moldova MF Alexandru Onica
No. Position Player
9 Uzbekistan FW Khabibullo Buvatoev
11 Uzbekistan FW Otabek Isroilov
12 Uzbekistan DF Saidullo Rakhmatov
13 Uzbekistan GK Eldor Isaboev
14 Uzbekistan DF Fakhriddin Kholmurodov
20 Uzbekistan DF Dilyorbek Ermatov
30 Uzbekistan MF Otabek Zokirov
44 Uzbekistan DF Shavkat Nasibullaev

For recent transfers, see Neftchi Farg'ona transfers 2013

Reserves squad[edit]

The following players are listed as reserve players to play in 2013 Uzbek Youth League. They are registered for 2013 Uzbek League and are eligible to play for the first team.

As of 6 March 2013

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

No. Position Player
15 Uzbekistan MF Sardor Soibov
16 Uzbekistan GK Islom Yaqubov
18 Uzbekistan DF Javlon Guseynov
24 Uzbekistan DF Shohruh Kholmatov
25 Uzbekistan MF Umidjon Qodirov
26 Uzbekistan MF Doston Tursunzoda
27 Uzbekistan MF Ghayrat Jumaev
28 Uzbekistan MF Alisher Fayzullaev
29 Uzbekistan MF Mukhriddin Mamasoliev
31 Uzbekistan DF Doston Tursunov
32 Uzbekistan MF Jahongir Dadaboev
33 Uzbekistan MF Dmitriy Bukharov
No. Position Player
34 Uzbekistan MF Khayrullo Qodirov
35 Uzbekistan MF Otabek Haydarov
36 Uzbekistan FW Vladlen Norov
37 Uzbekistan MF Rustam Solijonov
38 Uzbekistan FW Azamat Tursunov
39 Uzbekistan DF Asliddin Soipov
40 Uzbekistan MF Javohirbek Rasulov
41 Uzbekistan DF Muhammadjon Mamashokirov
45 Uzbekistan DF Muhsin Nizomitdinov
46 Uzbekistan GK Hurshid Khodjaev
77 Uzbekistan MF Izzatbek Ghaniev

Current technical staff[edit]

Position Name
Manager Uzbekistan Murod Ismoilov
Assistant Coach Uzbekistan Eldar Sakaev
Assistant Coach Uzbekistan Sergey Lebedev
Assistant Coach Uzbekistan Abdusamat Durmonov
Assistant Coach Uzbekistan Yevgeniy Shokhin

Managers[edit]

Honours[edit]

Domestic[edit]

1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2001
1994, 1996

Asian[edit]

International[edit]

Performance in AFC competitions[edit]

2002-03: Qualifying West - Fourth Round
2004: Group Stage
2005: Group Stage
2007: Group Stage
2012: Qualifying West - Final Round
1995: 3rd place
1996: First Round
1997: Second Round
1999: withdrew in First Round
2009: Quarter-Finals
2012: Round of 16
1997-98: First Round

References[edit]

  1. ^ "СССР. Сезон - 1990. Вторая лига. Восток." (in Russian). Клуб любителей истории и статистики футбола. Retrieved 19 October 2013. 

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