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Pavel Pogrebnyak
Pavel Pogrebnyak
Fulham info
Full name Pavel Viktorovich Pogrebnyak
Date of birth 8 Nov 1983
Place of birth    Moscow, Russia
Height 6ft 2in (1.88m)
Playing position Striker
Current player? Incorrect
Number(s) worn 7 (2012)
Debut Stoke (h) (11 Feb 2012)
Last Appearance Tottenham (a) (13 May 2012)
First goal Stoke (h) (11 Feb 2012)
Last goal Wigan (h) (21 Apr 2012)
Joined from Stuttgart, £440,000 - 31 Jan 2012
Left for Reading, free - 1 Jul 2012
League apps (gls) 12 (6)
All apps (gls) 12 (6)
Other clubs Spartak Moscow
→ Baltika Kaliningrad (loan)
→ Khimki (loan)
→ Shinnik Yaroslavl (loan)
Tom Tomsk
Zenit St. Petersburg
Stuttgart
Reading
International Russia (2006-present)
Apps (gls) 33 (8)

Pavel Pogrebnyak currently plays as a striker with Reading and has represented Russia. He played for Fulham in the latter half of the 2011-12 season, when brought in on a 6-month contract from Stuttgart. Despite performing well, scoring 6 league goals in 12 matches, Fulham were unable to secure a deal with Pogrebnyak when his contract ran out, and he signed for Reading on a free transfer.

Before Fulham Edit

Fulham CareerEdit

On 31 January 2012, Pogrebnyak moved to Fulham on a 6 month deal for £440,000, with an option to move in the summer when he becomes a free agent. Awaiting his work permit, Pavel debuted 11 days later at Craven Cottage against Stoke, scoring the opening goal in a 2-1 win. He then continued this form with another goal in his second appearance two weeks later away to rivals Q.P.R., and a perfect hat-trick in his third match in an emphatic 5-0 win over Wolves. A final goal against Wigan ensured a successful spell at Fulham, finishing with 6 goals in 12 appearances and helping them to 9th place.

After Fulham Edit

Despite a succesful spell at Fulham, and with the club wanting to secure his services for the following season, he was out of contract and free to talk to any club. Ultimately, he was lured to Reading by their Russian owner Anton Zingarevich and signed on a four-year deal, much to the disappointment of the Fulham fans. He had a reasonable first season with Reading, though not as emphatic as he was during his time at Craven Cottage, scoring 5 goals in 29 league games.

Fulham matchesEdit

# Season Date Comp Opposition Venue Result Score Additional Information
12011-1211 Feb 2012PREMStokeHomeWon2-1Soccerball 16', Sub off 62'
22011-1225 Feb 2012PREMQ.P.R.AwayWon1-0Soccerball 7', Yellow card 7'
32011-124 Mar 2012PREMWolvesHomeWon5-0Soccerball 36' Soccerball 44' Soccerball 61', Sub off 86'
42011-1210 Mar 2012PREMAston VillaAwayLost0-1
52011-1217 Mar 2012PREMSwanseaHomeLost0-3
62011-1226 Mar 2012PREMMan UtdAwayLost0-1
72011-1231 Mar 2012PREMNorwichHomeWon2-1Sub off 35'
82011-1221 Apr 2012PREMWiganHomeWon2-1Soccerball 58'
92011-1228 Apr 2012PREMEvertonAwayLost0-4Sub off 66'
102011-121 May 2012PREMLiverpoolAwayWon1-0Sub off 81'
112011-126 May 2012PREMSunderlandHomeWon2-1Sub off 82'
122011-1213 May 2012PREMTottenhamAwayLost0-2

External links and referencesEdit

Fulham FC
2011-12 squad
1. Schwarzer 2. Kelly 3. JA Riise 4. Sidwell 5. Hangeland 6. Baird 7. Pogrebnyak 8. Johnson 9.  10. Kasami 11. Ruiz 12. Stockdale 13. Murphy 14. Senderos 15. Gecov 16. Duff 17. BH Riise 18. Hughes 19. Diarra 20. Etuhu 21. Frei 22. Somogyi 23. Dempsey 24. Dalla Valle 25. Zamora 26. Salcido / Grygera 28. Briggs 29. Davies 30. Dembélé 31. Kačaniklić 32. Halliche 33. Hoesen 34. Donegan 35. Peniket 36. Marsh-Brown / Mesca 37. Harris 38. Etheridge 39. Arthurworrey 40. Smith 41. Bettinelli 42. Trotta 43. Pritchard 44. Joronen
Manager
Flag of the Netherlands Martin Jol

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