September 4, 2015

Ashgabat Open Futsal Championship

Second half of season started on September 3.

  10th round: 3.9.2015

Dashgala 4-2 Gumrukchi
Denizchi 6-0 Dayhanbank
Migrasiya 2-1 Wepaly
Senagatbank 4-5 Bagtyyarlyk
Dayanch -+ Talyp-sport (awarded)


Pos Team Pld W D L G Pts
1 Dashgala 10 9 1 0 44-20 28
2 Talyp-sport 10 6 3 1 37-21 21
3 Migrasiya 10 6 2 2 38-19 20
4 Denizchi 10 6 1 3 50-22 19
5 Wepaly 10 5 1 4 29-26 16
6 Dayhanbank 10 3 2 5 37-41 11
7 Senagatbank 10 3 1 6 34-45 10
8 Gumrukchi 10 2 2 6 31-50 8
9 Dayanch 10 1 2 7 28-48 5
10 Bagtyyarlyk 10 1 1 8 27-63 4


11th round: 
6.9.2015
Bagtyyarlyk - Denizchi
Wepaly - Dashgala
10.9.2015
Dayhanbank - Migrasiya
Talyp-sport - Senagatbank
Gumrukchi - Dayanch

Top scorers:

1. Annagulyyev Mulkaman (Dashgala) - 14
2. Orazmuhammedov Rovshen (Wepaly) - 13
3. Sahedov Gurbangeldi (Talyp-sport) -12

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Kopetdag-2 (reserves) 1-9 Turkmenistan U-19

Preparations for 2016 AFC U-19 Championship Qualifiers continues in Ashgabat city.
Today, first friendly match took place at Kopetdag Stadium.

Kopetdag-2 (reserves) 1-9 Turkmenistan U-19

goals: M. Gurbangulyyev 32' - M. Titov 16', 20', 63', 64', Y. Muhadov 34', B. Akmammedov 55', M. Saidov 68', Sh. Muhammedov 70', 83'


Oman 3-1 Turkmenistan highlights

U-19 Turkmenistan Futsal Championship

In Dashoguz city, Turkmenistan futsal championship is held between 1997-1998 born players. 6 teams contented to competetion, 5 provincial and 1 capital city Ashgabat team.


Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1 Balkan 5 4 1 0 24 9 15 13
2 Lebap 5 3 2 0 27 13 14 11
3 Ashgabat 5 3 0 2 16 18 -2 9
4 Dashoguz 5 2 0 3 15 13 2 6
5 Ahal 5 1 1 3 17 28 -11 4
6 Mary 5 0 0 5 9 27 -18 0

1st round: 24.8.2015

Ashgabat 1-6 Lebap
Balkan 5-2 Ahal
Dashoguz 2-0 Mary

2nd round: 25.8.2015

Mary 2-4 Ahal
Lebap 3-3 Balkan
Dashoguz 0-1 Ashgabat

3rd round: 26.8.2015

Ashgabat 4-2 Mary
Ahal 3-3 Lebap
Balkan 5-2 Dashoguz

4th round: 28.8.2015

Mary 3-9 Lebap
Ashgabat 0-3 Balkan
Dashoguz 8-1 Ahal

5th round: 29.8.2015

Balkan 8-2 Mary
Ahal 7-10 Ashgabat
Dashoguz 3-6 Lebap



Champions - Balkan team (coach Oregeldi Kovusov)
2nd place - Lebap team
3rd place - Ashgabat team

Oman 3-1 Turkmenistan

goals: Saleh 7', Saparov (o.g) 11', Al Hosni 59' - Arslanmyrat Amanov 82'

Seeb: Oman went top of the Group D standings on Thursday with a 3-0 win over Turkmenistan seeing the Gulf Sultanate go above Guam on goal difference following the Pacific Ocean islanders’ 6-0 defeat to Iran.
Paul Le Guen’s side, who started their 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup joint-qualifying campaign with a 2-1 away win in India, got off to the perfect start at the Seeb Stadium with Raed Ibrahim Saleh putting the home side 1-0 up after seven minutes.
Turkmenistan were dealt a further blow just five minutes after the 23-year-old Fanja winger had opened the scoring when defender Mekan Saparov, a 2013 AFC President’s Cup winner with FC Balkan, scored an own goal before Oman went three clear in the just before the hour mark when Imad Al Hosni grabbed his second goal of the qualifiers following his match-winner against India.
Arslanmyrat Amanov reduced the deficit in the 82nd minute but it was too little too late for the Turkmen, who will be looking to add to the point they picked up against Iran when they host India in their fourth match of the campaign on October 10.
Oman, meanwhile, resume their qualification drive on Thursday when they look to make it a hat-tick of Group D wins when they travel to Guam for a top-of the-table clash with the Matao. 
The group winners and four best runners-up (total 12 teams) will advance to the 2019 AFC Asian Cup finals and the final round of qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
The next best 24 teams from the preliminary stage of the joint qualifiers will compete in a separate competition for the remaining slots (12 slots or 11 slots + 1 slot for the host) in the 24-team 2019 Asian Cup.

the-afc.com

September 3, 2015

2018 FIFA WORLD CUP / 2019 AFC ASIAN CUP QUALIFIERS

Kuala Lumpur: As the dust settles on the highly entertaining quarter-final 1st leg matches in the AFC Champions League and AFC Cup, Asia’s finest have no time to bask in their victories or reflect on defeat ahead of the return fixtures, with attention now turning to international duty and Matchdays 3 and 4 of the 2018 FIFA World Cup/2019 AFC Asian Cup joint-qualifiers coming up.


Group D
Guam, Oman, Iran, Turkmenistan, India
September 3
Iran v Guam: Venue: Enghelab Stadium, Karaj
Oman v Turkmenistan: Venue: Seeb Sports Complex, Muscat
September 8
Guam v Oman: Venue: Guam FA Field, Guam
India v Iran: Venue: Sree Kanteerava Stadium, Bangalore
Unheralded Guam have been the surprise package of the joint-qualifiers so far with their first ever FIFA World Cup qualifying win - a 1-0 triumph over Turkmenistan - followed by an even more impressive 2-1 win over six-time South Asian champions India.
But Gary White’s side face the biggest test of their credentials yet when the Pacific Ocean Islanders face Asia’s top-ranked team Iran in Karaj before returning to the more familiar surroundings of the Guam FA National Training Centre as the Matao plays host to an Oman side who will be looking to head to Harmon on the back of a home win against Turkmenistan.
Oman began their Group D campaign with a 2-1 win over India in Bangalore to continue what hasn’t been the happiest of returns for head coach Stephen Constantine. The Englishman did steer India comfortably through Preliminary Round 1 with a victory over another of his former employers Nepal, but after the defeats to Guam and Oman the pressure is on Constantine to restore confidence when they host three-time Asian champions Iran in Bangalore on Matchday 4.

the-afc.com

September 2, 2015

Turkmenistan U-19

U-19 team, coached by Ahmet Agamyradov, is having preparations for 2016 AFC U-19 Championship Qualifications. They will have 7-day training camp in Ashgabat city. There will be organised two matches, against Kopetdag-2 (reserves) and Hasyl (both of them are first league teams).

 On 23th of September, it is expected to fly to Dubai. Then from there passing to Saud Arabia, where Group B matches will take place.

 Group B: 
Saud Arabia, Yemen, Syria, Turkmenistan. 

 First match on October 2.




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August 3, 2012

Summer transfers 2012


FC Ahal:
In:
1. Ahmet Agamyradow - manager
2. Perhat Podarow (from HTTU) - midfielder
3. Gurbanmyrat Garayew (from HTTU) - goalkeeper

Out:
Bayramdurdy Durdiyew (to FC Altyn Asyr) - manager


FC Altyn Asyr:
In:
Bayramdurdy Durdiyew (from FC Ahal) - manager

Out:
1. Ali Gurbani (to FC Balkan) - manager
2.Annasahet Annasahedow (to HTTU) - defender

FC Ashgabat
In:
Guwanch hangeldiyew (from HTTU) - midfielder
Out:
Suleyman Muhadow (to HTTU) - forward

FC Balkan:
In:
Ali Gurbani (from FC Altyn Asyr) - manager

Out:
1. Amanmyrat Meredow - manager
2. Gurbangeldi Batyrow (to HTTU) - midfielder

HTTU:
In:
1. Suleyman Muhadow (from FC Ashgabat) -forward
2. Pirmyrat Soltanow (from FC Lebap) - forward
3. Furkat Tursunow (from FC Lebap) -midfielder
4. Merdan Gurbanow (from Arwana futsal club) -midfielder
5. Akmyrat Jumanazarow (from FC Merw) -defender
6. Ahmet Atayew -defender
7. Gurbangeldi Batyrow (from FC Balkan) -midfielder
8. Annasahet Annasahedow (from FC Altyn Asyr) -defender
9. Maksatmyrat Shamyradow (from FC Gol Gohar, Iran) - goalkeeper

Out.
1. Arslan Amanow (to FC Okzhetpes Kokshetau, Kazakhstan)
2. Serdar Paltayew (to FC Talyp Sporty) - forward
3. Perhat Podarow (to FC Ahal) - midfielder
4. Gurbanmyrat Garayew (to FC Ahal) - goalkeeper
5. Guwanch Hangeldiyew (to FC Ashgabat) - midfielder

FC Lebap:
In:
1. Melis Rizayew  (from FC Shagadam)
2. Elhan Mammedow (from FC Shagadam)
3. Rahmet Shermetow
4. Pawel Kozlow (from FC Goshun)
5. Umyt Kerimow (from FC Deryachy)
6. Azamat Hemrayew (FC Goshun)
7. Myrat Yagshyyew
8. Atamyrat Jumayew

Out:
1. Hasanow Zakirjan  (to FC Shagadam)
2. Tursunow Furkat  (to HTTU)
3. Sultanow Pirmyrat  (to HTTU)
4. Galpakow Merdan  (to FC Gallachy)
5. Allamow Umyt  (to FC Gallachy)

FC Merw:
Out:
Akmyrat Jumanazarow (to HTTU) - defender 


FC Shagadam:
In:
Zakirjan Hasanow (from FC Lebap) 
Out:
1. Melis Rizayew (to FC Lebap)
2. Elhan Mammedow (to FC Lebap)


FC Talyp Sporty:
In:
Serdar Paltayew (from HTTU) - forward


 



July 22, 2012

HTTU and Ashgabat's postponed matches

round 15:
July 31:
Shagadam 0-1 HTTU
goal: Hemra Amanmamedow 36'
August 1:
Merw 4-0 Ashgabat
goals: Bagtyyar Hojahmedow 46', Yusup Orazmamedow 50', 63', Dowran Seyidow 89'

round 16:
August  5:
HTTU 0-1 Altyn Asyr
goal: Pirguly Saparow 27'
August 6:
Ashgabat 1-1 Shagadam
goals: Azat Purliyew - Aleksandr Boliyan

round 17:
August 10:
Altyn Asyr - Ashgabat
Lebap - HTTU

round 18:
August 14:
HTTU - Ahal
August 15:
Ashgabat - Lebap

July 5, 2012

postponed matches

Postponed matches of HTTU and Ashgabat will be played in early August.

round 5: Shagadam 0-1 Balkan (4.7.2012)
round 6: Balkan 3-3 Altyn Asyr (7.7.2012)
round 7: Lebap 2-1 Balkan (10.7.2012) (Lebap's 3 points have been taken by Federation.)

July 2, 2012

18th round - yokary liga 2012

1 June:
Merw 2-1 Altyn Asyr
goals: Yusup Orazmammedow - Pirguly Saparow
Balkan 4-0 Talyp Sporty
HTTU - Ahal (postponed)
2 June:
Ashgabat - Lebap (postponed)
Shagadam - bye

June 28, 2012

17th round - yokary liga 2012

27 June:
Shagadam 1-1 Merw
goals: Aleksandr Boliyan - Yusup Orazmammedow
Altyn Asyr - Ashgabat (postponed)
28 June:
Ahal 1-0 Balkan
goal: Nazar Bayramow
Lebap - HTTU (postponed)

June 25, 2012

16th round - yokary liga 2012

22 June:
Balkan +/- Lebap (awarded)
Talyp Sporty 0-6 Ahal
23 June:
Ashgabat - Shagadam (postponed)
HTTU - Altyn Asyr (postponed)