Uzbekistan – Dawn of a New Era (Part 2)

Sandals For Goalposts

On Sunday, Tom Danicek looked back at the recent U-20 World Cup and highlighted some of Uzbekistan’s most outstanding prospects. Today, we drill deeper down past the surface, digging for the foundations on which all future achievements of the White Wolves are supposed to be built upon…

As you may recall, dear reader, in the first part I talked about how greater roles for some Pakhtakor youngsters are to be expected with the new national team head coach in place.

Egor Krimets at centre back, Vladimir Kozak in central midfield, the already distinguished stars of Iskanderov and Sergeev… all should see more playing time in the near future.

This situation – when Pakhtakor prospects are being tipped for great things en masse – is nothing out of the ordinary. The list of notable players starting up their shiny careers with the ten-time champions is, after all, seemingly endless.

Among those active players…

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