FC Irtysh Pavlodar

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FC Irtysh Pavlodar
Older crest
Full name Football Club Irtysh Pavlodar
Ертіс Павлодар Футбол Клубы
Founded 1965; 52 years ago (1965)
Ground Central Stadium
Pavlodar, Kazakhstan
Ground Capacity 12,000
Chairman Kazakhstan Roman Skljar
Manager Bulgaria Dimitar Dimitrov
League Kazakhstan Premier League
2016 Kazakhstan Premier League, 3rd
Website Club home page

FC Irtysh Pavlodar (Kazakh: Ертіс Футбол Клубы, Ertis Fuwtbol Kluwbı) is a Kazakh football club based at the Central Stadium in Pavlodar. Irtysh won the Kazakhstan Premier league in 1993 (as Ansat), 1997, 1999, 2002 and 2003. The club is also founding members of the top league and never relegated to lower levels. Irtysh have participated in the AFC Champions League a number of times, reaching the semi-finals in 2001, and played in UEFA Champions League qualifying round in 2003.

History[edit]

Names[edit]

  • 1965 : Founded as Irtysh
  • 1968 : Renamed Traktor
  • 1993 : Renamed Ansat
  • 1996 : Renamed Irtysh
  • 1999 : Renamed Irtysh-Bastau for sponsorship reasons
  • 2000 : Renamed Irtysh again

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer Managers
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 3 26 14 8 4 39 22 36 - Kazakhstan Rylov 16 Kazakhstan Yaryshev
1993 1st 1 22 14 6 2 43 15 34 - Kazakhstan Antonov 20 Kazakhstan Yaryshev / Kazakhstan Veretnov
1994 1st 2 30 17 7 6 57 14 41 - Kazakhstan Abildaev 14 Kazakhstan Veretnov
1995 1st 7 30 12 9 9 38 28 45 - Kazakhstan Antonov / Kazakhstan D.Malikov / Kazakhstan Rylov 8 Kazakhstan Chebotarev
1996 1st 2 34 23 5 6 60 22 74 - Kazakhstan Antonov 21 Kazakhstan Veretnov
1997 1st 1 26 17 5 4 46 15 56 - Kazakhstan Zubarev 10 Kazakhstan Veretnov
1998 1st 3 26 17 6 3 44 15 57 Winners Kazakhstan Antonov 10 Kazakhstan Talgayev / Kazakhstan Berdalin
1999 1st 1 30 24 4 2 69 19 76 - Kazakhstan Zubarev 22 Kazakhstan Chernov / Kazakhstan Linchevskiy
2000 1st 3 28 19 3 6 50 26 60 - Brazil Mendes 21 Kazakhstan Linchevskiy
2001 1st 4 32 17 9 6 48 22 60 Runners-up Brazil Mendes 9 Russia Nazarenko
2002 1st 1 32 21 8 3 63 14 71 Runners-up Kazakhstan Shatskikh 13 Kazakhstan Ogai
2003 1st 1 32 25 3 4 59 20 78 - Turkmenistan Agaýew 11 Kazakhstan Ogai
2004 1st 2 36 24 7 5 56 16 79 - Kazakhstan Tleshev 12 Kazakhstan Ogai
2005 1st 5 30 18 3 9 51 24 57 - Kazakhstan Tleshev 20 Kazakhstan Volgin
2006 1st 6 30 13 8 9 34 24 47 - Turkmenistan Urazow 10 Kazakhstan Volgin
2007 1st 4 30 16 4 10 34 27 52 - Russia Strukov 8 Kazakhstan Volgin
2008 1st 3 30 18 8 4 58 28 62 Quarterfinals Kazakhstan Tleshev 13 Kazakhstan Saduov
2009 1st 9 26 8 5 13 24 31 29 Quarterfinals Bulgaria Daskalov 5 Kazakhstan Saduov / Russia Nazarenko
2010 1st 3 32 16 8 8 39 30 56 Third Round Bulgaria Daskalov 15 Kazakhstan Baisufinov
2011 1st 5 32 15 5 12 50 50 32 Semifinals Kazakhstan Maltsev 10 Kazakhstan Baisufinov
2012 1st 2 26 15 6 5 46 20 51 Runners-up Uzbekistan Bakayev 14 Kazakhstan Baisufinov
2013 1st 4 32 12 8 12 41 39 27 Semifinals Kazakhstan Begalyn 5 Kazakhstan Baisufinov
2014 1st 10 32 9 7 16 39 44 25 Quarterfinals Ukraine Dudchenko 11 Kazakhstan Baisufinov / Estonia Rüütli / Kazakhstan Saduova / Russia Cheryshev
2015 1st 6 32 10 10 12 37 39 25 Second Round Ukraine Dudchenko 8 Russia Cheryshev / Kazakhstan Klimov / Bulgaria Dimitrov
2016 1st 3 32 14 7 11 52 36 49 Semifinals Kazakhstan Murtazayev 18 Bulgaria Dimitrov

Continental history[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1994–95 Asian Cup Winners' Cup Preliminary round Uzbekistan Neftchi Fargʻona 0–3
Turkmenistan Köpetdag Aşgabat 0–2
Tajikistan Sitora Dushanbe 4–0
Kyrgyzstan Alga Bishkek 0–1
1998–99 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Turkmenistan Köpetdag Aşgabat 1–4 3–0 4–41
1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Uzbekistan Pakhtakor Tashkent 7–0 2–5 9–5
Second round Tajikistan Varzob Dushanbe 4–0 1–0 5–0
Quarterfinals Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal 0–2
Iran Persepolis 0–1
Iraq Al Shorta 2–3
2000–01 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Turkmenistan Nisa Aşgabat 3–1 2–1 5–2
Second round Tajikistan Varzob Dushanbe 4–1 3–2 7–3
Quarterfinals Saudi Arabia Al-Hilal 0–0
Iran Persepolis 0–0
Saudi Arabia Al-Ittihad 2–1
Semifinal Japan Júbilo Iwata 0–1
Third Place Playoff Iran Persepolis 0–2
2003–04 UEFA Champions League First qualifying round Cyprus Omonia Nicosia 1–2 0–0 1–2
2009–10 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Hungary Haladás 2–1 0–1 2–2 (a)
2011–12 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Poland Jagiellonia 2–0 0–1 2–1
Second qualifying round Georgia (country) Metalurgi Rustavi 0–2 1–1 1–3
2013–14 UEFA Europa League First qualifying round Bulgaria Levski Sofia 2–0 0–0 2–0
Second qualifying round Bosnia and Herzegovina Široki Brijeg 3–2 0–2 3–4

1 Irtysh were ejected from the competition for using two ineligible players.

1993: Runners-up

Honours[edit]

Kazakhstan Premier League (5)
1993, 1997, 1999, 2002, 2003
Kazakhstan Cup (1)
1998
Kazakh SSR Cup (1)
1988

Current squad[edit]

As of 18 March, 2017.[1]

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

No. Position Player
1 Kazakhstan GK David Loria
2 Kazakhstan DF Ilya Vorotnikov
3 Kazakhstan DF Vladislav Chernyshov
4 Kazakhstan DF Aleksandr Kislitsyn
5 Kazakhstan DF Piraliy Aliev
7 Kazakhstan MF Aslan Darabayev
8 Brazil MF Rodrigo António
9 Kazakhstan MF Nurbol Zhumaskaliyev
10 Cameroon FW Serge N'Ganbe
11 Ivory Coast FW Béko Fofana (loan from Čukarički)
14 Kazakhstan MF Artyom Popov
15 Kazakhstan MF Madiyar Ramazanov
No. Position Player
16 Kazakhstan GK Serikbol Kapanov
17 Kazakhstan MF Ilya Kalinin
18 Kazakhstan DF Valery Lenkov
19 Ivory Coast FW Franck Dja Djédjé
20 Kazakhstan FW Arman Smailov
21 Kazakhstan GK Nikita Kalmykov
25 Kazakhstan DF Ruslan Yesimov
30 Serbia DF Stefan Živković
33 Kazakhstan MF Kazbek Geteriev
34 Ukraine DF Yevhen Tkachuk
37 Kazakhstan MF Pavel Shabalin
40 Portugal MF Carlos Fonseca
50 Georgia (country) DF Lasha Dvali (loan from Śląsk Wrocław)

On Loan[edit]

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

No. Position Player
22 Kazakhstan FW Dmitri Rybalko (at Makhtaaral)
Kazakhstan DF Igor Nazarov (at Kaisar)
Kazakhstan DF Nursultan Alibayov (at Ekibastuz)
Kazakhstan DF Dauren Orymbay (at Ekibastuz)
No. Position Player
Kazakhstan MF Bagdat Urazaliev (at Ekibastuz)
Kazakhstan MF Yuri Chifin (at Ekibastuz)
Kazakhstan FW Muratkhan Zeynollin (at Shakhter Karagandy)

Managers[edit]

Information correct as of match played 20 August 2016. Only competitive matches are counted.

Name Nat. From To P W D L GS GA %W Honours Notes
Tarmo Rüütli  Estonia 6 March 2014 2 May 2014 9 2 2 5 9 14 22.22
Oirat Saduov  Kazakhstan 2 May 2014 27 October 2014 25 8 8 9 33 32 32.00
Dmitri Cheryshev  Russia 27 October 2014[2] 8 May 2015[3] 14 2 6 6 14 17 14.29
Sergey Klimov  Kazakhstan 8 May 2015[3] 1 June 2015[4] 3 1 1 1 6 5 33.33
Dimitar Dimitrov  Bulgaria 1 June 2015[4] 54 24 11 19 79 62 44.44
  • Notes:

P – Total of played matches W – Won matches D – Drawn matches L – Lost matches GS – Goal scored GA – Goals against
%W – Percentage of matches won

Nationality is indicated by the corresponding FIFA country code(s).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Основной состав". fcirtysh.kz (in Russian). FC Irtysh Pavlodar. Archived from the original on 21 December 2014. Retrieved 23 January 2015. 
  2. ^ Дмитрий Черышев – новый наставник Иртыша [Dmitry Cheryshev – new Irtysh coach] (in Russian). Sports. 27 October 2014. Retrieved 11 May 2015. 
  3. ^ a b "Дмитрий Черышев отправлен в отставку". fcirtysh.kz (in Russian). FC Irtysh Pavlodar. 8 May 2015. Retrieved 11 May 2015. 
  4. ^ a b "Димитар Димитров возглавил Иртыш". fcirtysh.kz (in Russian). FC Irtysh Pavlodar. 1 June 2015. Retrieved 1 July 2015. 

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