Wladimir Baýramow

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Wladimir Baýramow
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Personal information
Date of birth (1980-08-02) 2 August 1980 (age 34)
Place of birth Ashgabat, Turkmen SSR, Soviet Union
Height 1.81 m (5 ft 11 12 in)
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
Balkan FT
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1998 Köpetdag Aşgabat
1999 Zhenis Astana 21 (6)
2000 Access Petropavlovsk 24 (7)
2001 FC Kristall Smolensk 15 (1)
2002 FC Metallurg Krasnoyarsk 20 (1)
2003 FC Rubin Kazan 1 (0)
2003 FC Terek Grozny 20 (8)
2004–2007 FC Rubin Kazan 82 (15)
2008 FC Khimki 15 (0)
2009 FC Tobol (loan) 22 (20)
2011 FC Kairat 12 (1)
2012 FC Ahal
2013 Balkan FT
National team
2000– Turkmenistan (10)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23 June 2009.

† Appearances (Goals).

‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 22 March 2013

Wladimir Karajaýewiç Baýramow (Russian Владимир Караджаевич Байрамов), born 2 August 1980) is a Turkmenistan football centre forward who last played for Balkan FT.[1] He was a member of the Turkmenistan national football team. He also holds Russian citizenship.

Biography[edit]

Vladimir was born in Ashgabat. Engaged football has been 8 years old. First coach – Sergey Kazankov. Graduate high school №39 in Ashgabat.

He studied at the Institute of Sports and Tourism of Turkmenistan on the coaching profession.

In 2001 he married, his wife Jemma – the banker.

Younger brother Nazar Bayramov – professional footballer.

Career[edit]

Professional football career began at age 17, in 1997–1999 played for Köpetdag Aşgabat.

Then he moved to Kazakhstan. 1999–2000 season played for teams Zhenis Astana and Access Petropavlovsk.

The second half of the 2001 season held in Russian FC Kristall Smolensk.

In 2002, rented FC Metallurg Krasnoyarsk for the year.

The new season started in FC Rubin Kazan. He failed to gain a foothold in the first team of FC Rubin Kazan, in his first season in the Kazan club mostly played in the doubles tournament, which has scored a few goals. Total in his debut season in the Premier League spent 1 match.

In the summer of 2003, he joined to FC Terek[2] on loan until the end of the 2003 season. For FC Terek debut in a match with the FC Baltika Kaliningrad, coming on as a second half substitute, FC Terek won 1–0. For the club Bayramov held 20 official matches in the Championship of Russia, scoring 8 goals. As part of FC Terek won the Russian Cup 2003/2004.

In December 2007 Bayramov signed a long-term contract (3 years) from the Moscow Region club FC Khimki.[3] For the club Bayramov spent 15 official matches in the Championship of Russia and did not score any goals.

In winter 2009, FC Tobol[4] officially announced that Vladimir Bayramov joined the club on loan.[5] In 2009, Bayramov was the best scorer of Kazakhstan, scoring 20 goals in a season. In December 2009, became a free agent and left the FC Khimki.[6][7]

In 2011 moved to FC Kairat. In July 2011, was on view in FC Khimki.

Since 2012, played for the Turkmen club FC Ahal.

Since 2013, playing for the FC Balkan.[8] In 2013 with FC Balkan he won the AFC President's Cup 2013 in Malaysia.[9]

Achievements[edit]

Club career stats[edit]

Last update: 23 June 2009

Season Team Country Division Apps Goals
1998 Köpetdag Aşgabat  Turkmenistan 1 ?? ??
1999 Zhenis Astana  Kazakhstan 1 21 6
2000 Access Petropavlovsk  Kazakhstan 1 24 7
2001 Kristall Smolensk  Russia 2 16 1
2002 FC Metallurg Krasnoyarsk  Russia 2 20 1
2003 FC Rubin Kazan  Russia 1 1 0
2003 FC Terek Grozny  Russia 2 20 8
2004 FC Rubin Kazan  Russia 1 13 3
2005 FC Rubin Kazan  Russia 1 21 6
2006 FC Rubin Kazan  Russia 1 25 2
2007 FC Rubin Kazan  Russia 1 23 4
2008 FC Khimki  Russia 1 15 0
2009 FC Tobol  Kazakhstan 1 18

International goals[edit]

# Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 3 May 2001 Amman, Jordan  Uzbekistan 2–5 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifier
2 3 May 2001 Amman, Jordan  Uzbekistan 2–5 Won 2002 FIFA World Cup qualifier
3 19 October 2003 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan  United Arab Emirates 1–0 Won 2004 AFC Asian Cup qualifier
4 31 March 2004 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan  Indonesia 3–1 Won 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier
5 31 March 2004 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan  Indonesia 3–1 Won 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifier
6 22 July 2004 Chengdu, China  Iraq 2–3 Lost 2004 AFC Asian Cup
7 18 November 2007 Ashgabat, Turkmenistan  Hong Kong 3–0 Won 2010 FIFA World Cup qualifier
8 24 October 2012 Hanoi, Vietnam  Vietnam 1–0 Won 2012 VFF Cup
9 22 March 2013 Manila, Philippines  Cambodia 7–0 Won 2014 AFC Challenge Cup qualifier
10 22 March 2013 Manila, Philippines  Cambodia 7–0 Won 2014 AFC Challenge Cup qualifier

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