Pavel Pogrebnyak

Pavel Pogrebnyak

Pavel Pogrebnyak

  • Date of Birth: 8 November 1983
  • Birthplace: Moscow, Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic
  • Position: Forward, Striker

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      Reading boss Adkins urges Pogrebnyak to lead promotion challenge

      Reading manager Nigel Adkins has admitted that he is hopeful that Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak would be leading the Royals' promotion bid this season.

      Reading boss Adkins still has Pobrebnyak in his plans

      Championship side Reading boss Nigel Adkins still has Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak in his first team plans unless any move materializes in the coming days.

      Fulham manager Jol planning summer clear out

      Fulham manager Martin Jol is believed to be planning a summer clear out of some of his oldest stars, including Danny Murphy, Andy Johnson and Damien Duff. The Cottagers are already planning summer transfers.

      Fulham manager backs Zamora sale

      Fulham manager Martin Jol thinks that his club will benefit from the sale of Bobby Zamora. On transfer deadline day the striker made a move to QPR, and Pavel Pogrebnyak was brought in to replace the England international.

      Fulham complete Pogrebnyak move

      Fulham last night completed a move for Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak, just in the nick of time. There had been concerns the former VfB Stuttgart would not be able to complete his move due to the expiration of the transfer window.

      Fulham open Pogrebnyak move talks

      Fulham have opened talks for Russian striker Pavel Pogrebnyak. The 28-year-old is available on a season long loan from VfB Stuttgart, and a number of Premier League clubs are interested in the player.

      West Brom rule out Pogrebnyak move

      West Bromwich Albion have ruled themselves out of a move for Russian international forward Pavel Pogrebnyak. The striker had been linked with a transfer from VfB Stuttgart to WBA in a deal worth approximately $4.25 million.

      West Brom chase Pogrebnyak loan move

      West Brom want to bring VfB Stuttgart and Russia international striker Pavel Pogrebnyak on loan until the end of the season, and then make a permanent move for the player. The 28-year-old has told the German side that he wants to quit Stuttgart for a move elsewhere.

      West Brom considering Pavlyuchenko move

      West Brom have been linked with a sensational move for Russian striker Roman Pavlyuchenko, should their loan bid for VfB Stuttgart forward Pavel Pogrebnyak fall through. Pavlyuchenko's contract at Spurs has been extended for another year, but the Russian wants to quit White Hart Lane for a move elsewhere.

      Fulham keeping eye on Pavel Pogrebnyak

      Fulham manager Martin Jol could turn to giant striker Pavel Pogrebnyak to ease his attacking problems. Fulham are currently second from bottom in the Premier League.

      Pogrebnyak to Sunderland?

      Pavel Pogrebnyak is a shock target for Sunderland boss Steve Bruce. The Russian forward who plies his trade with German side VfB Stuttgart, has been linked with a £8 million move to the Premiership.

      Pogrebnyak to Bolton?

      Pavel Pogrebnyak could well be a target for Bolton in the January transfer window. It is understood that the Zenit St. Petersburg forward could be allowed to leave the club for a fee in the region of 5 million GBP.

      Hiddink names first squad

      Guus Hiddink has named a 25 man preliminary squad for Euro 2008. The squad for the tournament will consist of 23 players, but Russia are still yet to play two friendlies against Serbia and Lithuania.

      Advocaat happy after Bayern win

      Dick Advocaat has revealed his joy after seeing Zenit St. Petersburg guarantee a place in the UEFA Cup Final and are ready to take on Rangers. Zenit shocked Europe after they dumped Bayern Munich out in the semi-final.