Pakhtakor Tashkent FK

FC Pakhtakor Tashkent (Uzbek: Paxtakor futbol klubi) is an Uzbek professional football club, based in the capital city Tashkent, that competes in the Uzbekistan Super League. Pakhtakor literally means "cotton-grower" in English.

Pakhtakor Tashkent
Paxtakor Toshkent
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Nickname(s)Uzbek: Paxtakorlar
(The cotton grower)
Uzbek: Sherlar
(The Lions)
Uzbek: Xalq jamoasi
(People's team)
Founded1956; 67 years ago (1956)
GroundPakhtakor Central Stadium
Capacity35,000
PresidentBobur Shodiev
ManagerMaksim Shatskikh
LeagueUzbekistan Super League
2022Uzbekistan Super League, 1st of 14 (champions)
WebsiteClub website
Current season

Pakhtakor was the only Uzbek club to play in the top-level Soviet football league and was the only Central Asian club to appear in a Soviet Cup final. Playing in the Uzbek League since 1992, the club has been the undisputed powerhouse in Uzbekistan since the fall of the Soviet Union, winning fourteen Uzbek League titles, including six in a row from 2002 to 2007.[1] Pakhtakor also won seven consecutive domestic cups between 2001 and 2007, winning eleven cups in total.[2] Players for the club have won Uzbek footballer of the Year honours eight times, and Pakhtakor teammates swept the top three spots in 2002. Club managers have been named Uzbek coach of the year twice.[3]

The team is also a perennial competitor in the AFC Champions League, having reached the semi-finals of the competition twice in 2003 and 2004. Pakhtakor currently holds the record in number of consecutive participations in the AFC Champions League, participating in 11 tournaments from 2002 to 2013.

NameEdit

The word Pakhta (پخته) in Persian means cotton and "kor" (کار) is from verb کاشتن, ( kâshtan (Iranian Persian pronunciation), koshtan, kishtan (Tajik Persian pronunciation) ) which means "to cultivate"; so the combination "Pakhtakor" produces a job name and literally means cotton maker.

HistoryEdit

The early Soviet periodEdit

Pakhtakor's first official match was on 8 April 1956, and is considered to be the club's "birthday". Its first match was played against a team from the city of Perm, Russia (then called Molotov city), presumably FC Zvezda Perm. The first goal in Pakhtakor history was scored by Laziz Maksudov on a penalty shot and Maksudov's goal was the only and game-winning strike.[4]

The team was formed in three months, and the government invited the senior trainer Valentin Bekhtenev from Moscow to recruit the best Tashkent players for the new Pakhtakor. At the time, the club was to represent Uzbekistan in Soviet football.[5]

In 1959, the club was promoted to the Soviet Top League for the first time. During the 1960s, Pakhtakor's squad was anchored by the striker Gennadiy Krasnitskiy, who led it to a 6th-place finish in 1962. After periods back and forth between the Top League and the Soviet First League, the club reached the final of the Soviet Cup competition in 1968 – the only Central Asian club to reach a Soviet Cup final – losing to Torpedo Moscow 1–0.[4][5]

In 1971, Pakhtakor again departed into the First League, but was not long detained in the lower division as it gained promotion the following year.[4]

Pakhtakor was the only Uzbek side to appear in the history of the USSR Championship during the Soviet era, appearing the highest echelon 22 times, and recording 212 wins, 211 draws, and 299 losses. Their best league finish was 6th place, which they achieved twice, in 1962 and 1982.[citation needed]

Aircrash 1979Edit

 
Pakhtakor-79 monument near Kamianske (ex-Dniprodzerzhynsk), Ukraine

In August 1979, Pakhtakor made it back to the Soviet Top League, but shortly thereafter disaster struck the club and Soviet football. During a flight to play Dinamo Minsk, Pakhtakor's plane was involved in a mid-air collision over Dniprodzerzhynsk, Ukrainian SSR.[6] All 178 people aboard both planes involved died.[7]

Seventeen Pakhtakor players and staff members died in the crash:[8]

Annually, in August, the club sponsors a youth tournament in memory of the lives lost in the disaster.[9]

Following the tragedy in 1979 and spurred on by its prolific goalscorer Andrei Yakubik a few years later, Pakhtakor had its best record in 1982, finishing sixth and in front of several Russian and Ukrainian football powerhouses such as Zenit Saint Petersburg, CSKA Moscow, and Shakhtar Donetsk amongst the few. Pakhtakor had a point deducted that season due to exceeding the allowed limit for the games tied (drawn), but it did not influence the club's final standings.[7]

The lean years: 1984–1990Edit

After leading Pakhtakor to its best finish, age finally caught up with Yakubik and he moved back to his hometown of Moscow to continue his football career.[10] With the departure of their great forward, the club struggled and spent six years in the Soviet First League. Although the discontent of their fans grew, Pakhtakor's reemergence as a major footballing force followed fast upon the dissolution of the Soviet Union.[4]

Modern period, since 1992Edit

 
FC Pakhtakor, March 2019

After the USSR collapsed, a new page began in the club's history. 1992 saw Pakhtakor participate in the first season of the Uzbek Oliy League. Since 1992 Pakhtakor have become the most successful Uzbek club with 10 Uzbek League titles, and 11 Uzbek Cups. Until 2014 the club is the only team to have participated in all seasons of the AFC Champions League since its inauguration in 2002. Since 2002 the club participated 11 times in AFC Champions League.

The participation in the AFC Champions League season 2011 was not successful. On 4 May 2011 in a match against Al-Nassr Pakhtakor lost and finished its Asian campaign. In that match, because of many injured players, Pakhtakor's coach Ravshan Khaydarov formed starting squad from youth team players and club made record in the AFC Champions League history as the youngest team of the tournament with average players age of 21,8. The average age of club players for season 2011 was 23,3.[11] In 2014–15 seasons Pakhtakor won its 10th and 11th League champion titles.

CompetationsEdit

Domestic recordEdit

Season League Uzbekistan Cup Top goalscorer
Div. Pos. Pl. W D L GS GA P Name League
1992 1st 1st 32 24 3 5 94 40 51 First round Valery Kechinov 24
1993 1st 2nd 30 20 7 3 74 29 47 Winner Shukhrat Maqsudov 15
1994 1st 8th 30 13 9 8 56 37 35 Semi-final
1995 1st 4th 30 20 5 5 67 27 65 Quarter-final
1996 1st 6th 30 15 3 12 50 30 48 Runner-up Dilmurod Nazarov
Ravshan Bozorov
12
1997 1st 5th 34 18 7 9 65 35 61 Winner
1998 1st 1st 30 24 4 2 96 29 76 Semi-final Mirjalol Qosimov
Igor Shkvyrin
22
1999 1st 4th 30 18 4 8 69 42 58 N/A
2000 1st 7th 38 17 9 12 67 51 60 Quarter-final Igor Shkvyrin 20
2001 1st 2nd 34 23 3 8 72 32 72 Winner Nematullo Quttiboev 16
2002 1st 1st 30 24 2 4 85 22 74 Winner Goçguly Goçgulyýew 14
2003 1st 1st 30 25 2 3 82 23 77 Winner Zayniddin Tadjiyev 13
2004 1st 1st 26 22 3 1 81 15 69 Winner Leonid Koshelev 12
2005 1st 1st 26 21 2 3 78 15 65 Winner Anvarjon Soliev 29
2006 1st 1st 30 25 2 3 84 12 77 Winner Server Djeparov 18
2007 1st 1st 30 26 4 0 83 13 82 Winner Alexander Geynrikh 16
2008 1st 2nd 30 23 5 2 64 14 74 Runner-up Zayniddin Tadjiyev 17
2009 1st 2nd 30 18 10 2 69 16 64 Winner Odil Ahmedov 16
2010 1st 2nd 26 17 6 3 41 19 57 Quarter-final Alexander Geynrikh 11
2011 1st 3rd 26 15 6 5 33 17 51 Winner Dušan Savić 7
2012 1st 1st 26 18 5 3 51 16 59 Semi-final Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov 13
2013 1st 4th 26 17 3 6 45 25 54 Semi-final Kakhi Makharadze
Temurkhuja Abdukholiqov
Dilshod Sharofetdinov
6
2014 1st 1st 26 23 3 0 54 14 72 Semi-final Igor Sergeyev 11
2015 1st 1st 30 24 3 3 66 23 75 Semi-final Igor Sergeyev 23
2016 1st 5th 30 15 7 8 49 30 52 Third round Igor Sergeyev 11
2017 1st 3rd 30 18 5 7 44 28 59 Round of 16 Igor Sergeyev 13
2018 1st 2nd 20 11 4 5 38 17 46 Runner-up Tiago Bezerra 17
2019 1st 1st 26 22 3 1 75 18 69 Winner Dragan Ćeran 23
2020 1st 1st 26 21 2 3 76 18 65 Winner Dragan Ćeran 21
2021 1st 1st 26 19 3 4 51 18 60 Runner-up Dragan Ćeran 16
2022 1st 1st 26 15 9 2 47 18 54 Semi-final Dragan Ćeran 20

Continental recordEdit

As of match played 26 April 2022
Competition Pld W D L GF GA
Asian Cup Winners' Cup 14 6 2 6 37 23
Asian Club Championship 2 1 0 1 5 9
AFC Champions League 110 46 24 40 146 145
Total 126 53 26 47 188 177
Season Competition Round Club Home Away Aggregate
1994–95 Asian Cup Winners' Cup Preliminary round   Ravshan Kulob 10–0
  Taraz 0–3
  Alay-Osh-Pirim 5–1
  Merw 4–0
1998–99 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round   Khujand 4–1 1–1 5–2
Second round   Nisa Aşgabat 6–0 0–5 6–5
Third round   Al-Ittihad 0–1 0–3 0–4
1999–2000 Asian Club Championship First round   Irtysh Pavlodar 5–2 0–7 5–9
2001–02 Asian Cup Winners' Cup First round   SKA-PVO Bishkek 3–1 1–2 4–3
Second round   Regar-TadAZ Tursunzoda 2–2 1–3 3–5
2002–03 AFC Champions League Group stage   Persepolis 1–0 1st
  Al-Talaba 3–0
  Nisa Aşgabat 3–0
Semi-final   BEC Tero Sasana 1–0 1–3 2–3
2004 AFC Champions League Group stage   Zob Ahan 2–0 0–1 1st
  Qatar 1–0 0–0
  Riffa w/o w/o
Quarter-final   Al Wahda 4–0 1–1 5–1
Semi-final   Seongnam 0–0 0–2 0–2
2005 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Ahli 2–1 0–3 2nd
  Al-Zawra'a 1–2 0–1
  Al-Jaish 4–1 2–0
2006 AFC Champions League Group stage   Qadsia 2–2 1–2 2nd
  Foolad 2–0 3–1
  Al-Ittihad 2–0 1–2
2007 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Hilal 0–2 0–2 2nd
  Kuwait 2–1 1–0
  Esteghlal w/o w/o
2008 AFC Champions League Group stage   Qadsia 0–1 2–2 2nd
  Erbil 2–0 5–1
  Al-Gharafa 2–0 2–2
2009 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Hilal 1–1 0–2 2nd
  Saba Qom 2–1 2–0
  Al-Ahli 2–0 2–1
Round of 16   Ettifaq 2–1
Quarter-final   Al-Ittihad 1–1 0–4 1–5
2010 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Shabab 1–3 1–2 2nd
  Sepahan 2–1 0–2
  Al Ain 3–2 1–0
Round of 16   Al-Gharafa 0–1
2011 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al Sadd 1–1 1–2 4th
  Al-Nassr 2–2 0–4
  Esteghlal 2–1 2–4
2012 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Ittihad 1–2 0–4 3rd
  Baniyas 1–1 0–2
  Al-Arabi 3–1 1–0
2013 AFC Champions League Group stage   Lekhwiya 2–2 1–3 4th
  Al Shabab 1–2 1–0
  Ettifaq 1–0 0–2
2015 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al Ain 0–1 1–1 3rd
  Naft Tehran 2–1 1–1
  Al-Shabab 0–2 2–2
2016 AFC Champions League Group stage   Al-Hilal 2–2 1–4 3rd
  Tractor Sazi 1–0 0–2
  Al Jazira 3–0 3–1
2018 AFC Champions League Play-off round   Al-Gharafa 1–2
2019 AFC Champions League Preliminary round 2   Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 2–1
Play-off round   Al-Nasr 2–1
Group stage   Persepolis 1–0 1–1 3rd
  Al Ahli 1–0 1–2
  Al Sadd 2–2 1–2
2020 AFC Champions League Group stage   Shabab Al-Ahli 2–1 0–0 1st
  Shahr Khodro 3–0 1–0
  Al-Hilal 0–0 1–2
Round of 16   Esteghlal 2–1
Quarter-final   Persepolis 0–2
2021 AFC Champions League Group stage   Tractor 3–3 0–0 3rd
  Al-Quwa Al-Jawiya 1–0 0–0
  Sharjah 1–1 1–4
2022 AFC Champions League Group stage   Sepahan 1–3 1–2 4th
  Al-Duhail 0–3 2–3
  Al-Taawoun 5–4 1–0

RivalriesEdit

Since Bunyodkor's promotion to the Uzbek League matches between club and their other rival from capital, football powerhouse Pakhtakor, considered by supporters of both sides and football journalists as Uzbek capital derby or Toshkent derby.

The match between Pakhtakor and Neftchi Farg'ona is one of the most popular rivalries in Uzbek League held since 1992. The first match between the two clubs was played on 25 May 1992 in Tashkent.

StadiumEdit

Pakhtakor Markaziy Stadium was built in 1956 with capacity of 55.000 spectators. Stadium renovated in 1996. In July 2007 club management announced next renovation of stadium. Reconstruction works were finished in 2009, the amount of capacity was reduced to 35.000 and stadium became all-seater stadium. In January 2010, the stadium was chosen as best sporting facility 2009 of Uzbekistan.[12][13]

In popular cultureEdit

The famous Uzbek singers Shahzoda, Rustam Gaipov, groups "Parvoz"(ex), "Quartet", "Bojalar" and "Ummon" dedicated their songs to Pakhtakor Football Club.[14][15]

PlayersEdit

Current squadEdit

As of 26 July 2022[16]

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
3 DF   UZB Khojiakbar Alijonov
5 DF   UKR Oleksiy Larin
6 MF   UZB Ikrom Alibaev
7 MF   UZB Odiljon Hamrobekov
8 MF   UZB Azizbek Turgunboev
10 FW   SRB Dragan Ćeran
14 FW   MNE Oliver Sarkic
16 MF   UZB Ruslan Roziev
19 MF   UZB Khumoyunmirzo Iminov
23 DF   UZB Sherzod Azamov
27 MF   UZB Sardor Sabirkhodjaev
28 MF   UZB Diyor Kholmatov
29 DF   UZB Zhasur Yakubov
31 MF   UZB Abdullah Abdulazizov
32 MF   UZB Behruzbek Askarov
33 GK   UZB Eldorbek Suyunov
34 DF   UZB Farrukh Sayfiev
35 GK   UZB Sanjar Kuvvatov
36 FW   UZB Abbos Ergashboev
No. Pos. Nation Player
42 MF   UZB Abbosbek Fayzullaev
43 DF   UZB Muhammad Mansurov
44 GK   UZB Azizkhon Isokov
46 DF   UZB Shahriyor Jabborov
48 DF   UZB Mirkomil Abdurazzokov
51 GK   UZB Otabek Boymurodov
54 DF   UZB Izzatillo Pulatov
55 MF   UZB Rustam Pazilov
58 MF   UZB Abubakir Ashurov
62 MF   UZB Danat Miftahutdinov
63 FW   UZB Muhammadali Urinbaev
66 FW   UZB Rustam Turdimurodov
73 MF   UZB Sunnatilla Poyonov
77 FW   UZB Mirzhakhon Mirakhmadov
88 DF   UZB Shahzod Azmiddinov
DF   MNE Ilija Martinović
MF   UZB Dostonbek Khamdamov
FW   POL Przemysław Banaszak
DF   UKR Oleksandr Nasonov

Out on loanEdit

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

No. Pos. Nation Player
DF   UZB Alisher Salimov (at Surkhon)
21 MF   UZB Abror Ismoilov (at Neftchi Fergana)
No. Pos. Nation Player
MF   UZB Asadbek Sobirjonov (at Kokand 1912)

PersonnelEdit

Current technical staffEdit

As of 15 July 2022
Position Name
Head coach   Maxim Shatskikh
Assistant coach
Assistant coach
Goalkeeper coach

ManagementEdit

Office Name
President Bobur Shodiev
General director Dmitry Adisman
Director of General Affairs Qakhramon Tuychiev
Sporting director Jafar Irismetov
Technical director Sobir Khodiev

HonoursEdit

DomesticEdit

InternationalEdit

Managerial historyEdit

Nationality Name From To Duration P W D L Win %
  Soviet Union Valentin Bakhtenev 1956 1956
  Soviet Union Yury Khodotov 1957 1957
  Soviet Union Lev Olshansky 1957 1959
  Soviet Union Alexander Keller 1960 1963
  Soviet Union Gavriil Kachalin 1963 1963
  Soviet Union Alexander Abramov 1964 1964
  Soviet Union Mikhail Yakushin 1965 1966
  Soviet Union Boris Arkadyev 1967 1967
  Soviet Union Yevgeny Yeliseyev 1968 1968
  Soviet Union Mikhail Yakushin 1969 1970
  Soviet Union Alexander Keller 1971 1971
  Soviet Union Vyacheslav Solovyov 1972 1975
  Soviet Union Gavriil Kachalin 1975 1975
  Soviet Union Anatoli Bashashkin 1976 1976
  Soviet Union Gennadi Krasnitsky 1976 1976
  Soviet Union Alexander Kochetkov 1977 1979
  Soviet Union Oleh Bazylevych 1979 1979
  Soviet Union Sergei Mosyagin 1980 1980
  Hungary Ishtvan Sekech 1981 1985
  Soviet Union Viktor Tikhonov 1986 1986
  Soviet Union Berador Abduraimov 1987 1988
  Soviet Union Viktor Nosov 1989 1989
  Soviet Union Fyodor Novikov 1990 1991
  Russia Aleksandr Tarkhanov 1991 1992
  Uzbekistan Ahral Inayatov 1992 1992
  Uzbekistan Bahadir Ibrahimov 1993 1993
  Uzbekistan Rustam Akramov 1994 1994
  Uzbekistan Ahral Inayatov 1994 1994
  Netherlands Hans Verèl 1995 1996
  Uzbekistan Alexander Ivankov 1996 1997
  Brazil Ubirajara Veiga da Silva 1998 1999
  Uzbekistan Alexander Ivankov 2000 2000
  Russia Sergei Butenko 2001 2002
  Uzbekistan Viktor Djalilov 2002 2002
  Uzbekistan Ravshan Khaydarov 2002 2002
  Turkmenistan Täçmyrat Agamyradow 2003 2006
  Russia Valery Nepomnyashchy 2006 2006
  Uzbekistan Ravshan Khaydarov 2006 2007
  Uzbekistan Viktor Djalilov 2008 2009
  Montenegro Miodrag Radulović 1 January 2010 3 May 2010 122 days
  Uzbekistan Ravshan Khaydarov 4 May 2010 27 September 2011 1 year, 146 days
  Uzbekistan Murad Ismailov 28 September 2011 27 December 2011 90 days
  Serbia Dejan Đurđević 28 December 2011 20 June 2012 175 days
  Uzbekistan Murad Ismailov 20 June 2012 31 December 2013 1 year, 194 days
  Uzbekistan Samvel Babayan 3 January 2014 23 June 2015 1 year, 171 days
  Uzbekistan Numon Khasanov 8 July 2015 29 May 2016 326 days
  Uzbekistan Grigory Kolosovsky 30 May 2016 5 April 2017 310 days
  Uzbekistan Ravshan Khaydarov 6 April 2017 1 June 2017 56 days
  Uzbekistan Djasur Abduraimov 1 June 2017 23 June 2017 22 days
  Georgia Shota Arveladze 23 June 2017 21 December 2020 3 years, 181 days 124 90 18 16 72.58
  Netherlands Pieter Huistra 6 January 2021[19] 10 January 2022[20] 1 year, 160 days 37 23 8 6 62.16
  North Macedonia Slavče Vojneski 11 January 2022[21] 7 July 2022 177 days 17 8 5 4 47.06
  Uzbekistan Maxim Shatskikh 14 July 2022 present 198 days 0 0 0 0

Notable playersEdit

Former playersEdit

Had international caps for their respective countries. Players whose name is listed in bold represented their countries while playing for Pakhtakor.

USSR/Uzbekistan
Former USSR countries
Europe
South America
Africa
Asia

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Fourth oldest football tournament, organized by the IFA (W.B.), and played between the local clubs of West Bengal and other invited ones.

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