20 August 2007 09:41
Pakhtakor thrashed Vobkent 5-1 to maintain their lead atop the Uzbekistan League standings after the 17th round of action recently.
16 August 2007 08:31
Dynamo Kiev set themselves up for a comfortable second leg in the Ukraine after a fairly convincing win over FK Sarajevo in UEFA Champions League qualifiers.
08 August 2007 09:09
Newly crowned Asian champions Iraq have been pitted against Pakistan, while Uzbekistan will clash with Taiwan in the opening round of the Asian Zone qualifiers for the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
07 August 2007 10:50
Pakhtakor surged five clear at the top of the Uzbekistan League with a solitary goal win over Lokomotiv in the 16th round recently.
06 August 2007 15:03
Australia won the Weifang Cup (U-18) here recently after recording a 1-0 win over Uzbekistan in their match finishing the tournament one point ahead of hosts China.
06 August 2007 14:26
The draw for the first and second rounds of Asian qualification for the 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa™ has been held, throwing up a number of intriguing encounters.
03 August 2007 11:49
World Boxing Association champion Ruslan Chagaev of Uzbekistan has pulled out of his world heavyweight unification fight with Sultan Ibragimov in October because of an upset stomach.
01 August 2007 10:30
Forward of Olympic team of Uzbekistan and Mashal Mubarek Kamoliddin Murzoev joined Dynamo Kiev of Ukraine on loan.
01 August 2007 10:22
On 13 October at the Ice Palace on Khodynskoye Pole, a heavyweight unification bout will take place for the first time in Russia. The two combats are WBO champion, Sultan Ibragimov and WBA champion, Ruslan Chagaev.
01 August 2007 09:51
First, the good news. Iraq’s extraordinary victory in this Asian Cup captured worldwide attention. The story of a soccer team achieving so much against the backdrop of tragedy, chaos and despair in its home is a captivating one.


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