Turan-Tovuz IK

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Turan Tovuz
Full name Turan Tovuz Peşəkar Futbol Klubu
Nickname(s) Boz Qurd (Gray Wolf)
Founded 23 February 1992; 24 years ago (1992-02-23) as Turan
Ground Tovuz City Stadium, Tovuz, Azerbaijan
Ground Capacity 10,000
President Nadir Nabiyev
Manager Asgar Abdullayev
League Azerbaijan First Division
2014–15 6th
Website Club home page

Turan IK (Azerbaijani: Turan İdman Klubu) is an Azerbaijani football club based in Tovuz. The club won the Azerbaijan championship once, in 1994–1995. The club's home stadium is Tovuz City Stadium.

History[edit]

Founded by Vidadi Ahmadov on 23 February 1992, the club was the first Azerbaijani professional football club under the name of Turan Tovuz.[1][2] However since 1997, club found themselves slipping further and further down the table, which influenced by financial difficulties.[3][4]

In 2011–12 season, ended with Turan in 11th position in Azerbaijan Premier League, the club's lowest ever league finish. In 2012–13 season, Turan for the first time in their history relegated to the Azerbaijan First Division, after twenty years in top flight.[5][6]

In 2013, club's owners decided to change club's name to Turan-T.[7] The club restored their name few months later.[8]

Domestic history[edit]

Season Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Domestic Cup
1992 1st 3 36 26 4 6 62 24 56 Quarter-Finals
1993 1st 3 18 12 6 0 34 4 30 Semi-Finals
1993–94 1st 1 30 23 4 3 74 18 50 1/8 Finals
1994–95 1st 2 24 19 2 3 48 14 40 1/8 Finals
1995–96 1st 4 20 9 3 8 26 30 30 Quarter-Finals
1996–97 1st 4 30 19 7 4 48 13 64 Semi-Finals
1997–98 1st 9 26 9 4 13 26 45 31 Quarter-Finals
1998–99 1st 7 32 18 9 5 59 27 63 Semi-Finals
1999-00 1st 10 22 5 5 12 17 36 20 1/8 Finals
2000–01 1st 5 20 9 3 8 42 28 30 Semi-Finals
2001–02 1st 9 30 14 7 9 40 35 49 Quarter-Finals
2002–03 1st ' '
2003–04 1st 13 26 4 4 18 15 59 16 1/8 Finals
2004–05 1st 4 34 22 7 5 64 21 73 1/8 Finals
2005–06 1st 6 26 11 5 10 27 21 38 Quarter-Finals
2006–07 1st 10 24 5 5 14 24 38 20 Quarter-Finals
2007–08 1st 12 26 4 6 16 21 49 18 1/8 Finals
2008–09 1st 11 26 5 5 16 19 45 20 1/8 Finals
2009–10 1st 9 32 8 9 15 38 43 33 1/8 Finals
2010–11 1st 10 32 7 6 19 24 47 27 Quarter-Finals
2011–12 1st 11 32 6 7 19 26 42 25 First Round
2012–13 1st 11 32 8 6 18 34 59 30 Second round
2013–14 2nd 7 30 13 5 12 52 46 44 Did not enter
2014–15 2nd 6 30 15 5 10 75 37 50 Did not enter
2015–16 2nd 7 26 10 6 10 35 31 36 Second round
2016–17 2nd

European history[edit]

As of December 2008.

Season Competition Round Country Club Home Away Aggregate
1994/95 UEFA Cup 1 Turkey Fenerbahce 0–2 0–5 0–7

Stadium[edit]

Main article: Tovuz City Stadium

Turan's home ground is Tovuz City Stadium, which has a capacity of 6,800.

Youth academy[edit]

Over the years, Turan has been a feeder team for the Azerbaijani national team, providing talented players like Elvin Mammadov, Nadir Nabiev, and Javid Huseynov.[5]

Honours[edit]

Winners (1): 1993–94

Squad[edit]

As of 7 August 2016

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

No. Position Player
1 Azerbaijan GK Mehman Hajiyev
2 Azerbaijan GK Natig Sahratov
3 Azerbaijan DF Seymur Taghiyev
4 Azerbaijan DF Sanan Gojayev
5 Azerbaijan DF Sabayel Baghirov
6 Azerbaijan DF Alimirza Dashzarini
7 Azerbaijan DF Nodar Mammadov
8 Azerbaijan DF Orkhan Lalayev
9 Azerbaijan MF Tugay Alhuseynli
10 Azerbaijan MF Azer Mammadov
No. Position Player
11 Azerbaijan MF Misir Rustamov
12 Azerbaijan MF Emin Mirzaliyev
13 Azerbaijan MF Vugar Asaliyev
14 Azerbaijan MF Elmin Chobanov
15 Azerbaijan MF Agshin Mukhtaroglu
16 Azerbaijan MF Elnur Solatonv
17 Azerbaijan FW Ilkin Rzayev
18 Azerbaijan FW Ilkin Sadigov
19 Azerbaijan FW Rahman Musayev
20 Azerbaijan FW Vusal Garaev

Managers[edit]

As of 3 June 2015.

References.[edit]

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