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Wahyt Orazsähedow

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Name  Wahyt Orazsahedow
Career start  2008
2006  Talyp sporty
Weight  70 kg
Number  19
Height  1.80 m
Playing position  Forward
Role  Football player

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Full name  Wahyt Sahetmyradowic Orazsahedow
Date of birth  (1992-01-26) January 26, 1992 (age 23)
Current team  Turkmenistan national football team (Forward)

Place of birth  Babarap, Turkmenistan

Wahyt Sähetmyradowiç Orazsähedow (born January 26, 1992) is a Turkmenistani football forward who plays for FC Aşgabat.



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Orazsähedow made his professional debut for FC Rubin Kazan on 15 July 2009 in the Russian Cup game against FC Volga Tver.

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July 2012 he transferred on loan to FC Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk. On 13 August 2012 he scored his first goal against FC Salyut Belgorod.

17 March 2014 he joined the Moldovan team FC Dacia Chișinău. In May he made his debut for his new club in a match of the 30th round against Zimbru.

29 August 2014 he was player of the Turkish club Osmanlispor. For junior team played 16 matches and scored 12 goals.

27 February 2015 moved to FC Rostov on a free transfer.

In June 2015 it became known that Orazsahedov returned to Turkmenistan for military service, where he was drafted into the Central Army Sports Club (MGSK) of the Armed Forces of Turkmenistan acting in the Turkmenistan First League Beginning in the third round of the 2015 Ýokary Liga playing for FC Ashgabat.

International career

In 15 years summoned to the Turkmenistan youth team.

In March 2011, he played in the Turkmenistan Olympic team in a match against Indonesia, Wahyt scored a goal. In June Orazsahedov played for the Olympic team full match against Syria in Jordan, scored a goal in the 2nd half, equalized his team eventually won the draw (2:2).


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