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Milos Perisic Leaves FC Ulaanbaatar for Malta

On 19 January 2018 it was announced that former FC Ulaanbaatar and Erchim FC central midfielder Milos Perisic had signed for Kerċem Ajax F.C. of Gozo. Kerċem Ajax F.C. currently plays in the Gozo Football League First Division on the island of Gozo, which is part of the nation of Malta. The league is separate from the larger and more well-known Maltese Premier League. He was immediately available for the team's match against Qrendi F.C. the following day which ultimately ended in a 3-4 defeat. Perisic originally signed arrived in Mongolia and signed for Erchim FC for the 2012 season. Over his six years with the club, he played a role in four league championships, three Mongolia Cup titles, a

Jun Fukuda Leaves FC Ulaanbaatar for Laotian Champions

FC Ulaanbaatar has confirmed reports out of Laos that head coach Jun Fukuda has departed the club after four years at the helm to manage Loatian champions Lao Toyota FC. The Japanese coach took over at the club prior to its 2018 AFC Cup qualifying play-off matches against Boeung Ket Angkor FC of Cambodia which were played over the last week. After drawing the first match 3-3, Lao Toyota were defeated 0-1 at home and were eliminated on aggregate score. Prior to joining the Loatian club, Fukuda led Ulaanbaatar FC to mostly mixed results. However, the club finished runners-up in both the league and cup for the 2015 season. Fukuda's final season at the helm resulted in a series of highs and lows

P. Uuganbayar Scores Against FC Admira Wacker Mödling of Austria

P. Uuganbayar and Amaraa Dulguun were chosen by Puskás Akadémia FC as the second crop of Mongolian players to join the Hungarian club's academies following a tryout in May 2017. Uuganbayar is a native of Darkhan-Uul aimag and previously played for Deren FC. Uuganbayar has been training with the under-16 side since his arrival and recently scored the game-winning goal in a 2-1 friendly victory over the academy of FC Admira Wacker Mödling of the Austrian Bundesliga on 30 January 2018. The Mongolian demonstrated strong individual skill, dribbling into space before picking out the far corner and beating the goalkeeper from outside of the box. The first group of Mongolian players selected to play

Alim Zumakulov: A Russian's Perspective

Mongolia and Russia share a border that is 3495km long. With such an extensive border and Russia's vibrant football culture, one would expect to find many Russian's playing in the Mongolian leagues. However, they remain a scarce commodity for some reason. Mongolian Football Central recently sat down with one Russian that did make the leap to Mongolia, Alim Zumakulov, to get his perspective on the topic. Alim was born on 5 February 1992 in Nalchik in southern Russia. He worked his way through the academy of Spartak Nalchik until he began playing for the Nalchik University team from 2009 to 2012. Following his time at university, he played one season for Lokomotiv Kropotkin before signing for



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