Uzbekistan keeps world cup hopes alive against Kyrgyzstan with victory.
The coach of the Uzbek side who played in the quarter-finals of the Worl우리카지노d Cup in 2010, Andrei Popov, says he has no regrets over playi바카라사이트ng for Kazakhstan, even though the coach has become a symbol of the country’s corruption.
Karimov appoint바카라ed him on 1 September 2008 to succeed a disgraced and politically controversial president who had overseen a corruption crackdown during his years in power.
Former head of the Tashkent Prefectural Security Department, Babak Bagirov, and his deputy, Tashmar Chakhov, were arrested in May 2011.
Image copyright AFP Image caption Tashkent Prefectural Security Deputy Babak Bagirov, the man arrested in May
After Uzbekistan lost their Olympic bid on Tuesday in Vancouver, Baku, he was given a post in Tashkent Prefecture, close to Uzbekistan’s capital, to run the local security service.
Popov, who has coached his boys to two gold-medal victories, said: “I think that they [the Kyrgyz team] is very well prepared.
“I can tell you that all those things happened, but even at that point, we had nothing to do with their tournament results.”
He added: “I always like to say: ‘We knew it.’
“It is quite easy for anyone who has been in football and in life, to accept that.
“Our players feel a great responsibility with these players, and now, I hope the national team [can] realise it.”