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Asian Cup
Final (Jan 31): Korea Republic vs Australia
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Uzbekistan

Uzbek League

The Uzbekistan Professional Football League is the top division of football in Uzbekistan.

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Table

Pos. TeamMPWDLGFGADPForm
1   Pakhtakor 26 23 3 0 54 14 +40 72 WWWWW
2   Lokomotiv 26 20 4 2 58 22 +36 64 DWWLW
3   Nasaf 26 16 7 3 45 21 +24 55 DDWLW
4   Bunyodkor 26 15 6 5 44 20 +24 51 LWDWW
5   Mash'al 26 10 6 10 37 42 -5 36 LDLDL
6
Olmaliq 26 8 7 11 33 38 -5 31 DWLLL
7
Navbahor 26 9 3 14 38 41 -3 30 DLWWL
8
Neftchi 26 7 7 12 19 26 -7 28 WLDDD
9
Metalourg 26 8 4 14 44 54 -10 28 WDLDL
10
Dinamo Samarqand 26 8 4 14 25 39 -14 28 DDLDL
11
Qizilqum 26 7 6 13 23 34 -11 27 LDLLW
12   Buxoro 26 6 7 13 23 43 -20 25 DDLWD
13   Sogdiana 26 7 3 16 32 49 -17 24 WLWLD
14   Andijan 26 3 3 20 18 50 -32 12 LLLDL
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News

2015 Asian Cup, Day 10: China's imperfect perfection; Uzbekistan's big gamble
Soccer Gods
Richard is a senior editor at the Soccer Gods place. He's previously worked for other outlets, in various capacities, accomplishing a wide variety of things. ... Two minutes into the crucial match at Melbourne Rectangular Stadium, 23-year-old Sardor ...
Asian Cup 2015: For South Korea everything now a bonus
Sydney Morning Herald
That alone was crucial as, says Stielike, so exhausted were his men after the quarter-final win in 120 minutes over Uzbekistan that he was "not sure we could have played three days after the game with the Uzbeks". "The second big victory was today [in ...
South Korea v Uzbekistan: The lowdown
Sydney Morning Herald
Uzbekistan has a significant ethnic Korean population - the largest of all former Soviet states - as a result of USSR dictator Joseph Stalin exiling hundreds of thousands of ethnic Koreans from Russia into Central Asia beginning in 1937. About 200,000 ...
Undermanned SKorea sweat on Son for Asian Cup semifinals
Washington Times
South Korea's Son Heung-min, center, and Uzbekistan's Shavkatjon Mulladjanov battle for the ball during their AFC Asia Cup quarterfinal soccer match in Melbourne, Australia, Thursday, Jan. ... AFC disciplinary committee held an emergency meeting Sunday ...
China Faces Asian Cup Nemesis Uzbekistan in Battle to Top Group
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Australia has players in 10 countries. “We have some players that play in the Chinese Super League and have played in China before. We have discussed many matters with them and I hope their advice will help us in the game against China,” Uzbek coach ...
Referee Ben Williams winning no fans in Asia
Sydney Morning Herald
Ben Williams, who was briefly stood down from officiating at A-League games this season, has developed a reputation for being a trigger-happy referee. In his first game of the tournament, Iran v Bahrain, Iran's coach Carlos Quiroz was fined for saying ...
Time to shine: the men with the most to gain from the Asian Cup
Sydney Morning Herald
The young goalkeeper stole the headlines in midweek with British media reporting Premier League giants Liverpool are closely monitoring his performance. He became a transfer ... Igor Sergeev (Uzbekistan): The next Maksim Shatskikh? ... Shatskikh was ...
The Lowdown – Asian Cup: Saudi Arabia v North Korea
Sydney Morning Herald
The Osaka born-and-raised midfielder – who still plays in the J-League – battled gamely as one of the two holding midfielders for North Korea, working as hard as he could to stifle the Uzbek midfield. He'll be out to nullify Saudi Arabia's creative ...
Prophetic Perrin hopes for better pitch in Brisbane
Reuters UK
The 58-year-old side now face Uzbekistan at the same venue on Wednesday, though Perrin said he was not happy with the surface at Brisbane's pre-eminent football ground, which also hosts rugby union and rugby league matches. "It doesn't deserve the ...
In tough Group B, Uzbeks aim high at Asian Cup
USA TODAY
If the 2015 Asian Cup is wide open, Group B appears to be the toughest section of the draw to split. All four contenders — Uzbekistan, China, North Korea and Saudi Arabia — have ambitions of making the latter stages of the tournament. Three of the ...
AFCON 2015

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