Sport24: Pavlyuchenko can continue his football career in Ufa
MOSCOW, February 1 – RIA Novosti. Roman Pavlyuchenko, a former football player for the Russian national team and Spartak Moscow, plans to continue his career in Ufa for one match and play for the Bashkir team in the Russian Cup, Sport24 reported.
According to the source, the 41-year-old striker is already in talks with Ufa on this issue.
The last club in Pavlyuchenko’s career was Noginsk “Znamya”, playing in the Second Division championship. In October, the Control and Disciplinary Board of the Russian Football Union (FTC RFU) disqualified him for 8 championship games. After this decision, Pavlyuchenko announced that he was leaving football.
In the Moscow “Spartak” Pavlyuchenko three times won a silver medal at the Russian championship and won the country’s cup. The forward has also played for Stavropol Dinamo, Volgograd Rotor, Moscow Lokomotiv, Krasnodar Kuban, Yekaterinburg Ural, Moscow Ararat and London Tottenham. As part of the Russian national team, the striker reached the semifinals of the 2008 European Championship.
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