Edgar Manucharyan: sports biography of the Armenian football player
Edgar Manucharyan - Armenian professional footballer who currently plays in the Russian club "Ural" and the Armenian national team as a striker. Of his sporting achievements are the following:
- 2-time winner of the Dutch Cup FC "Ajax" (2006 and 2007);
- 4-time champion of Armenia in Yerevan as part of the club "Pyunik" (in 2002, 2003, 2004 and 2010);
- The owner of "Golden Boot" Armenian championship (in 2004);
Soccer Edgar Manucharyan: Career
Born athlete January 19, 1987 in Yerevan (Armenian Soviet Socialist Republic, USSR). The boy was born in a sports family, his father was the head coach for the football team, "Phoenix-2" (Armenia). His professional football career, Edgar began in the capital club "Pyunik" in the age of seventeen. In the first season of the youth championship, he became the top goalscorer of the club, for which he drew the attention of scouts from the Amsterdam club "Ajax" that lured young striker in his academy.
As part ayaksidov football played from 2005 to 2009. In total, he played for the club 13 matches and scored one goal. In the season 2009/2010 the Dutch championship played for Haarlem club on a rental basis of the rules. Here Armenian footballer has spent 17 matches and scored 6 goals. In 2010, the athlete transferred to AGOVV club (Apeldoorn, Netherlands), where he played 10 official matches and scored 7 goals.
Back to Armenia
In September 2010, the athlete went to his native club "Pyunik", where he once began his football career. As part of phoenixes Edgar Manucharyan played one season - spent 28 matches and scored 13 goals. Demonstrating successful game, the player raised the interest of the part of the Russian club "Ural". Soon Armenian striker moved to the First Division Championship on loan (season 2011/2012). Here it has proved its worth, playing in all 12 games, which scored a goal 6 times.
Edgar Manucharyan in the "Ural"
After a successful game in the second Russian division, orange and black football player was offered to switch completely to their club. Armenian striker agreed to and signed a five-year contract. In the period from 2012 to 2017 Manucharyan participated in 78 official games and scored 19 goals.