FC Kaisar

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FC Kaysar Kyzylorda
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Full name Football Club Kaysar
Nickname(s) Қасқырлар
(The Wolves)
Қызыл шайтандар
(Kazakhstan's Red Devils)
Founded 1968; 49 years ago (1968)
Ground Gany Muratbayev Stadium
Kyzylorda, Kazakhstan
Ground Capacity 7,000
Chairman Nurlan Abuov
Manager Stoycho Mladenov
League Kazakhstan Premier League
2016 Kazakhstan First Division, 1st (promoted)
Website Club home page

FC Kaysar (Kazakh: Қайсар Футбол Клубы) are a Kazakh football club based in the Gany Muratbayev Stadium in Kyzylorda. They are founding members of the Kazakhstan Premier League and have missed only three seasons following relegations. The most successful was the season of 1998, when they won the Kazakhstan Cup and got fourth position in the league. Last season they also achieved this position. In 2009 the club finished 13th and were relegated.

History[edit]

Names[edit]

  • 1968 : Founded as Volna
  • 1969 : Renamed Avtomobilist
  • 1974 : Renamed Orbita
  • 1979 : Renamed Meliorator
  • 1990 : Renamed Kaisar
  • 1996 : Renamed Kaisar-Munai for sponsorship reasons
  • 1997, July : Renamed Kaisar-Hurricane for sponsorship reasons
  • 2001 : Renamed Kaisar again

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 10 26 9 2 15 25 29 20 Kazakhstan Sergei Kogai 21
1993 1st 21 48 15 6 27 52 85 36
1994 2nd 9
1995 2nd 1
1996 1st 7 34 15 11 8 39 25 56
1997 1st 8 26 13 5 8 39 23 44 Runners-up Kazakhstan Vladimir Loginov 12
1998 1st 4 26 16 5 5 42 17 53 Winner Kazakhstan Nurken Mazbaev 13
1999 1st 5 30 17 7 6 47 19 58 Kazakhstan Nurken Mazbaev 11
2000 1st 6 28 12 7 9 36 23 43 Kazakhstan Vladimir Loginov 12
2001 1st 11 32 11 7 14 33 40 40
2002 1st 10 32 10 2 20 31 55 32 Kazakhstan M.Esmuratov
2003 1st 13 32 9 7 16 26 42 34
2004 1st 16 36 9 4 23 24 61 31
2005 2nd 1 22 17 4 1 51 10 55
2006 1st 15 30 8 4 18 29 53 28
2007 1st 10 30 10 7 13 27 37 37 Kazakhstan S.Gorokhovodatskiy
2008 1st 4 30 13 10 7 29 22 49 Round of 16 Kazakhstan V.Nikitenko
2009 1st 13 26 3 5 18 15 45 14 Quarterfinal Russia K.Dyshekov / Kazakhstan S.Abildaev
Kazakhstan T.Turmagambetov / Kazakhstan V.Linchevskiy
2010 2nd 2 34 25 6 3 74 23 81 First Round Kazakhstan V.Linchevskiy
2011 1st 8 32 10 5 17 29 53 27 Second Round Serbia Ivan Perić 5 Lithuania A.Liubinskas
2012 1st 9 26 8 6 12 21 33 30 Quarterfinal Bosnia and Herzegovina Gradimir Crnogorac 4 Kazakhstan S.Kogai
Kazakhstan V.Nikitenko
2013 2nd 1 34 23 8 3 77 20 74 Second Round Kazakhstan S.Volgin
2014 1st 5 32 10 13 9 30 34 27 Second Round Estonia Rimo Hunt 8 Kazakhstan D.Ogai
2015 1st 12 32 4 12 16 20 36 16 Quarterfinal Kazakhstan Zhasulan Moldakaraev 6 Kazakhstan D.Ogai / Russia F.Shcherbachenko

Continental history[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1998–99 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Turkmenistan Nisa Aşgabat 0–1 1–1 1–2
1999–2000 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round Tajikistan Khujand 3–0 0–3 (p)3–3
Second round Uzbekistan Navbahor Namangan 2–2 0–1 2–3

Honours[edit]

Current squad[edit]

As of 10 February 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
Kazakhstan GK Anton Tsirin
Croatia DF Ivan Graf
France DF Abdel Lamanje
Kazakhstan DF Anton Moltusinov
Kazakhstan DF Evgeni Goryachi
Kazakhstan DF Ilyas Amirseitov
Kazakhstan DF Dmitri Evstigneev
Kazakhstan DF Olzhas Altaev
Burundi MF Saidi Ntibazonkiza
Kazakhstan MF Maksat Bayzhanov
Kazakhstan MF Duman Narzildayev
No. Position Player
Kazakhstan MF Ruslan Sakhalbayev
Kazakhstan MF Vladimir Vyatkin
Martinique MF Mathias Coureur
Sierra Leone MF John Kamara
Slovenia MF Matic Maruško
Ukraine MF Volodymyr Arzhanov
Kazakhstan FW Elzhas Altynbekov
Kazakhstan FW Daurenbek Tazhimbetov
Montenegro FW Stefan Nikolić

Managers[edit]

References[edit]

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