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Amangylyç Koçumow

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Place of birth  Ashgabat, Soviet Union
Years  Team
Current team  Turkmenistan
Playing position  Midfielder
Apps  (Gls)
Position  Midfielder
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Full name  Amangylyç Öwezowiç Koçumow
Date of birth  (1965-07-24) 24 July 1965 (age 51)

Amangylych Kochumov (Russian: Аманклыч Кочумов,Turkmen: Amangylyç Koçumow; born 24 July 1965) is a Turkmen football coach and a former Soviet footballer. He is managing Turkmenistan national football team, Turkmenistan national under-23 football team.


Playing career

In 1988–1989 he played for FC Kopetdag. In 1989–1991 he played for FC Ahal.

In 1992, in the 1st round of the championship of the independent Turkmenistan has scored 5 goals to FC Sport Büzmeýin. Then, for 20 rounds he scored 22 more goals. In 1993 he played for FC Büzmeýin.

In 1994–1999 he played for FC Turan (was his captain), FC Eskawatorşik, FC Merw, FC Kopetdag.

Managing career

Coaching career began in late 1999 in FC Ahal. In 2000 led a team Interior Ministry of Turkmenistan FC Galkan, brought team to the Ýokary Liga. Since 2001, the senior coach of Football School of the Olympic reserve of Turkmenistan and the head coach of the Junior national team.

Under the coaching of Koçumow on International Youth Games of the CIS and Baltic States in 2002 in Moscow, the National team of Turkmenistan, entered the top eight. Behind this success was awarded the title Honored coach of Turkmenistan.

In 2005 he was the acting head coach of Turkmenistan national football team. Team had only one game, in which the Turkmenistan team conceded Bahrain (0:5).

Since 2008 he has headed FC Ashgabat.

In 2011 he headed the Olympic team of Turkmenistan.

In 2015 he was appointed head coach of Turkmenistan national football team, the post combines with the work of the Olympic team.


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