FC Okzhetpes

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Okzhetpes
FC Okzhetpes's logo
Full name Football Club Okzhetpes
Founded 1957; 60 years ago (1957)
Ground Torpedo Stadium
Kokshetau, Kazakhstan
Ground Capacity 10,000
Chairman Saparbek Kakishev
Manager Viktor Pasulko
League Kazakhstan Premier League
2016 5th
Website Club home page
Current season

Football Club Okzhetpes (Kazakh: Оқжетпес Футбол Клубы) are a Kazakhstani football based in the Torpedo Stadium in Kokshetau. The club currently play in the Kazakhstan Premier League.

Although having finished only 9th in the 2008 Kazakhstan Premier League the club gained entry to the first qualifying round of the inaugural season of the UEFA Europa League because of the denial of licenses by UEFA and withdrawal of higher placed teams.

Name history[edit]

  • 1957 : Founded as Torpedo
  • 1990 : Renamed Spartak
  • 1991 : Renamed Kokshetau
  • 1994 : Renamed Kokshe
  • 1997 : Renamed Avtomobilist and moved to Shortandy (Astana suburb)
  • 1998 : Renamed Khimik and moved to Stepnogorsk
  • 1999 : Renamed Akmola
  • 2000 : Moved back to Kokshetau
  • 2001 : Renamed Esil
  • 2004 : Renamed Okzhetpes

Should not be mistaken with the defunct club FC Azhar also based in Kokshetau

Origin of name[edit]

The club takes its name from a cliff, Okzhetpes, which means 'an arrow won't reach'. According to fan club president Viktor Kruk:

"Eighteenth century Kazakh ruler Ablai Khan could not decide which of his warriors to give a captive girl to and so allowed her to choose a husband for herself. She climbed to the top of the highest cliff and said she would marry whoever hit her shawl with an arrow. Nobody managed it."[1]

Domestic history[edit]

Season League Kazakhstan Cup Top goalscorer[2] Manager
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 20 18 2 2 14 12 61 8 Kazakhstan V.Gusev
Kazakhstan V.Kazankov 7
7
1993 1st - - - - - - - - - - - -
1994 2nd 3 36 22 5 9 65 27 49 Kazakhstan A.Krivoruchko 11
1995 2nd 3 10 6 1 3 12 8 19 Kazakhstan N.Suleymenov 5
1996 1st 18 34 2 4 28 12 77 10 Kazakhstan Konstantin Kucherbaev 4
1997 1st 11 26 5 0 21 23 38 15 Second round
1998 1st 8 26 7 8 11 22 33 29 Quarterfinal
1999 1st 16 30 2 4 24 19 68 10 First round
2000 1st 10 28 8 5 15 25 34 29 First round Kazakhstan S.Kondratsky 4
2001 1st 10 32 12 8 12 35 37 44 First round Russia Oleg Kirimov 8
2002 1st 12 32 6 6 20 25 56 24 Kazakhstan V.Karpov 7
2003 1st 17 32 4 9 19 13 42 15 Russia Arsen Tlekhugov
Kazakhstan M.Bielik
Russia Roman Babichev
2
2004 1st 11 36 10 13 13 26 39 43 Russia Anatoli Malkov 5
2005 1st 9 30 11 4 15 26 32 37 Kazakhstan Serik Dosmanbetov 7
2006 1st 11 30 8 9 13 23 36 33 Turkmenistan Gahrymanberdi Çoňkaýew 3 Belarus S.Herasimets
2007 1st 15 30 8 5 17 26 56 29 Kazakhstan Serik Dosmanbetov
Turkmenistan Gahrymanberdi Çoňkaýew
5
2008 1st 9 30 10 5 15 32 48 35 First round Kazakhstan Serik Dosmanbetov 7 Kazakhstan Vyacheslav Ledovskih
Kazakhstan Viktor Rymar
2009 1st 11 26 6 4 16 22 48 22 Second round Russia Anatoli Malkov 5 Belarus S.Herasimets
2010 1st 12 32 6 7 19 24 57 25 Second round Ukraine Yuri Dyak
Kazakhstan Khasan Abdukarimov
5 Belarus S.Herasimets
2011 2nd 2 32 21 6 5 59 25 69 Quarterfinal Kazakhstan Geysar Alekperzade 10 Kazakhstan V.Cheburin
2012 1st 14 26 3 2 21 20 56 11 Second round Georgia (country) Davit Chagelishvili 6 Ukraine V.Dohadailo
Kazakhstan V.Cheburin
2013 2nd 3 34 20 7 7 51 27 67 First Round Kazakhstan Alibek Buleshev 14 Kazakhstan S.Abdualiyev
2014 2nd 1 28 21 1 6 59 33 64 First round Kazakhstan Alibek Buleshev 22 Kazakhstan S.Abdualiyev
Kazakhstan A.Ferapontov
2015 1st 8 32 12 6 14 36 41 29 Quarterfinal Montenegro Luka Rotković 13 Russia V.Mukhanov
2016 1st 5 32 13 6 13 42 44 45 Quarterfinal Cameroon Serge Bando N'Ganbe 9 Russia V.Mukhanov

Continental history[edit]

Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
2009–10 UEFA Europa League 1Q Moldova Zimbru Chișinău 0–2 2–1 2–3 Symbol delete vote.svg
Notes
  • 1Q: First qualifying round
  • 2Q: Second qualifying round
  • 3Q: Third qualifying round
  • PO: Play-off round

Current squad[edit]

As of 16 June 2017[3]

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

No. Position Player
1 Serbia GK Saša Stamenković
2 Lithuania DF Georgas Freidgeimas
3 Kazakhstan DF Nurlan Dairov
4 Kazakhstan DF Rinat Abdulin
6 Kazakhstan DF Sergey Keyler
7 Kazakhstan MF Yerkebulan Nurgaliyev
8 Russia DF Daniil Chertov
9 Russia MF Vitali Volkov
10 Russia FW Aleksandr Kozlov
11 Kazakhstan DF Anton Kuksin
12 Georgia (country) MF Gogita Gogua
14 Kazakhstan MF Igor Yurin
17 Kazakhstan MF Oleg Nedashkovsky
18 Kazakhstan DF Daniel Choi
19 Kazakhstan MF Demiyat Slambekov
No. Position Player
20 Kazakhstan MF Berik Shaikhov (loan from Astana)
21 Slovenia MF Lucas Horvat
22 Kazakhstan MF Alibek Ayaganov
23 Kazakhstan MF Timur Dosmagambetov
25 Kazakhstan DF Aleksandr Marochkin
27 Russia FW Sergei Strukov
28 Kazakhstan GK Ruslan Abzhanov
31 Belgium FW Marvin Ogunjimi
33 Bulgaria FW Tsvetan Genkov
40 Kazakhstan GK Mikhail Golubnichy
74 Kazakhstan DF Sultan Abilgazy
88 Kazakhstan FW Sergei Shaff
89 Ukraine MF Serhiy Politylo
96 Kazakhstan MF Maxim Fedin

Managers[edit]

External links[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ More than a name in Kazakhstan uefa.com, 12 February 2009
  2. ^ "ИСТОРИЯ ФУТБОЛЬНОГО КЛУБА ОКЖЕТПЕС". okzhetpes.kz (in Russian). FC Okzhetpes. Retrieved 1 March 2017. 
  3. ^ "Основная". okzhetpes.kz (in Russian). FC Okzhetpes. 21 June 2016. Retrieved 21 June 2016.