Berador Abduraimov

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Berador Abduraimov
Personal information
Full name Berador Khasanovich Abduraimov
Date of birth (1943-05-14)May 14, 1943
Place of birth Tashkent, UzSSR, USSR
Playing position Striker
Club information
Current team
retired
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1960–1964 Pakhtakor Tashkent 85 (20)
1964 Spartak Moscow 1 (0)
1964–1968 Pakhtakor Tashkent 152 (50)
1969–1970 CSKA Moscow 38 (8)
1970–1974 Pakhtakor Tashkent 122 (61)
1976 Meliorator Yangiyer ?? (11)
Teams managed
1987–1988 Pakhtakor Tashkent
1989 Spartak Andjian
1991 Umid Tashkent
1992 Navbahor Namangan
1993 MHSK Tashkent
1994 Uzbekistan
1995 Jan-Mai Navbahor Namangan
1998 Qizilqum Zarafshon
1999 Surkhon Termez
2002 FC Uzbekistan
2003 June – Sept Dynamo Samarkand [1]
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Berador Khasanovich Abduraimov (Russian: Берадор Хасанович Абдураимов) (born Mai 14, 1943) was a Soviet football player, who played for Pakhtakor for most of his football career as a striker. He is regarded as one of the best strikers and greatest football players in the history of Uzbek football.

Playing career[edit]

He started his football career in the Uzbekistan Youth football team in 1959. In the same year he began to play for the main squad of Pakhtakor in the Soviet Top League. In 1962, when he was only 19, Abduraimov became the Soviet Top League top goalscorer with 22 goals and Pakhtakor finished the season in the Soviet Top League at 6th place. In the same year he became Merited Master of Sport.[2]

He also played for Spartak Moscow, CSKA Moscow and Meliorator Yangiyer. Abduraimov is a member of Grigory Fedotov club with 106 scored goals. In 2001 at the initiative of the Uzbekistan Football Federation and the football magazine Nash Futbol, an Uzbek goalscorers club was founded and named after him – the Club 200 of Berador Abduraimov.[3] In all, he scored 221 goals in his career. With 358 matches for Pakhtakor he is the club's 2nd most capped player. He scored a total of 131 goals for Pakhtakor and is the 2nd best goalscorer of Pakhtakor after Gennadi Krasnitsky with 202 goals.[4]

His son Azamat Abduraimov was also a football player, playing as a forward.

International[edit]

In 1961 he debuted for the Soviet youth football team and scored in a match against Romania.

Managing career[edit]

He started his coaching career as manager of Pakhtakor Sports school of youth players. He worked as trainer of Pakhtakor in 1987. As the coach of the Uzbekistan, he won the Asian Games 1994 in Japan.

Honours[edit]

Club[edit]

Pakhtakor

Individual[edit]

Manager[edit]

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